Why Compass Rose?
Compass Rose Academy is a Christian organization committed to enriching the lives of children and families through emotional healing, personal development and spiritual growth.
Located in the Midwest, Compass Rose is designed to help teenage girls ages 14-18 and their families succeed at home and in life through both prevention services and a residential treatment center for troubled teen girls.
The residential treatment center works to intensively redirect, rebuild and restore young women who are suffering from problems with school, home or family.
Compass Rose Academy understands the importance of a healthy family. We provide services that help equip teen girls and their families with the resources and experiences they need to build emotional strength and improve family functioning. Through safe, structured and unified programs rooted in God’s grace, families are challenged to work together to pursue more fulfilling, compassionate and respectful lifestyles.
Parenting to Build in REALITY
I have 4 children at home, and each of them is so very different. Parenting, even disciplining, looks different for my generally accommodating oldest son than it does my charming youngest. In between those two, I have two very differently tempered girls - one who has instant access to anger…
Compass Rose Academy Announces Board of Directors, Solidifies Vision for the Future
Wabash, IN, May 28th, 2020—Compass Rose Academy solidified their vision and commitment to providing services for families in crisis by announcing the formation of the Compass Rose Academy Board of Directors. In 2012 the parent organization, White’s Residential and Family Services, expanded their footprint in the therapeutic industry by launching…
Teaching Through a Pandemic - An Educator's Perspective
I have had the unique opportunity to continue to work with my students throughout the past few months. A lot of thoughts have run through my head during this time. I am transported back to how I felt as a student after 9/11. It was as if the world had…