From the Courtroom to the Classroom to Success!
The Academy Schools is a proud network of award-winning schools for court-adjudicated youth. Established in Western Pennsylvania and managed by leaders and innovators in the field of juvenile justice, these schools are both community-based and residential, serving both local and out-of-state students.
Our Schools & Programs
The Summit Academy
Summit Academy is a private, residential school for court-adjudicated youth ages 14-19 in grades 9-12. Our multi-faceted program includes academics, counseling, trade training and athletics. Find out more.
The Summit Inpatient Drug & Alcohol Program
The Summit Academy Inpatient Drug & Alcohol Program provides a holistic approach to rehabilitation and recovery. The strategic combination of therapy, counseling and education within our school environment provides numerous opportunities to develop positive, proactive interests and skills along the road to sobriety and success.
The National Academy Outpatient Drug & Alcohol Treatment Program
The National Academy provides drug & alcohol treatment through our community-based offices in Philadelphia. This licensed and accredited program is available for male and female clients ranging from 13-20 years of age.
New Outlook Academy
New Outlook Academy opened in 1997 as a as a residential program for female juvenile offenders. This program utilizes a positive approach to address the particular challenges facing young women in the juvenile justice system.
New Academy Charter School
This unique school is the only one of its kind to exclusively admit an enrollment of court-adjudicated adolescents.
The Academy Integrated Program
This program provides an all-inclusive opportunity for comunity-based students to attend New Academy Charter School, as well as participate in counseling and trade training services during an extended school day schedule.
The Academy Day/Evening Program
This program marked the birth of The Academy Schools It provides positive after-school structure and services for students who live at home. They receive counseling and trades training to fulfill their requirements as mandated by the court.
Community Resource Program
The Community Resources Program was developed to improve the lives of at-risk youth in Lawrence County through enhanced supervision and accountability in the school, community and home environments.