We are a therapeutic boarding school for girls in Iowa. It’s difficult finding the right place for your daughter in times of turmoil. The Evangelhouse therapeutic boarding school was established in 1995 to serve Christian families with a quality residential treatment option for troubled teen girls.
We are a therapeutic boarding school for Iowa girls. Located in the southeast to create separation from current struggles, we serve girls from Iowa and across the US.
At Evangelhouse, we get so many girls from Iowa we created this page for Iowa families looking for a Christian all-girls boarding school. Girls in large cities like Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Davenport, and Sioux City face unique mental health challenges.
Ideal Setting for Iowa Teen Girls
Evangelhouse therapeutic boarding school for girls in Iowa has developed communities within communities, with residential, clinical, and academic personnel leading comparable-aged girls on similar topics. These communities aim to be more like a family, with more warmth and uniqueness. We limit our therapeutic boarding school to girls-only, with 20 residents or fewer, in a Christian setting. For many, this is the ideal setting for change to happen.
Evangelhouse students learn by doing throughout their time here. Along with outstanding academics, Evangelhouse fosters a friendly social environment. Working with staff and colleagues builds confidence and teamwork. The therapeutic boarding school curriculum emphasizes community service. Girls learn to be responsible and respectful while giving back to their communities.
Our school is a therapeutic program for Iowa girls structured around Christian values. The profile Evangelhouse student has come from a successful Christian home but may have recently struggled in her spiritual relationship with God. Most students have a history of demonstrating great potential. Most have been involved in church, youth group, and may have even gone on mission trips or other outreaches. Their history of success is usually overshadowed by current choices and behavior problems