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.
Compass Rose Academy partners with Scott Makin
We are excited to announce as part of our strategic Growth Model SOAR initiative and ongoing work to infuse our program with Growth Model training, language, and support, we’ve made an agreement with Scott Makin to provide ongoing training, supervision, and consultation to all of our staff. He is a…
New Academic Director
Please join us in giving a warm welcome to Katherine Kelly. She has worked in both public and private Christian school settings and has a history of serving on an accreditation team for a school working through the accreditation process with the Association of Christian Schools International. Katherine has served…
How to Communicate with the Rest of the Family When Your Teen is Struggling
By John Townsend, Ph.D. Unfortunately, when a teen is going through a difficult season, it never happens in a vacuum. The negative behavior, words and attitudes affect everyone in the home. Two things happen: parents don’t know how to communicate to the family about the situation, and also they don’t…