About This School
In 2010, Diamond Ranch Academy had 12 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Utah average is 23 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Diamond Ranch Academy Reviews
Don't send your kids to DRA. I was abused.
Diamond Ranch Academy is by far the worst the thing I've ever been through in my life. I graduated 4 years ago and to this day, I still have terrible nightmares and posttramatic stress from what I went through there.
My daughter fell into the wrong crowd of friends and started experimenting in all sorts of vices. We tried as a family (we even moved) but once she was in no amount of family time or therapy could help her see the long term consequences of her actions.
We finally found the Diamond Ranch Academy through a mutual friend and in 2 years the difference is nothing short of miraculous.
Diamond ranch academy is one of the best things that has happened to my family. It wasn't just some place to send our daughter to work on her self and her issues, it was something that changed our whole family.
I was worried about her academics while attending a program away from home, but their school and academics instruction was a perfect fit for her. She went from C's and D's struggling in high school at home to almost straight A's and tested quite well in he college entry tests.
The therapy component helped her deal with her emotional issues very well, and the program structure helped he become very confident and capable which has been a pleasant surprise since she's struggled socially in teen circles.
This school is absolutely amazing! I was a bit worried about the type of students. We're local in Utah and just wanted a more specialized school for my son who has ADHD. The school was everything I could have hoped for. It really gave my son a more hands on learning environment and one on one time, which helped him get caught back up.