Eagle Ranch is a Christian-based children home for up to 54 boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 18. The Ranch is a multi-faceted center a safe haven, a home, a school and a counseling center where children live for a season of their lives while their families learn to put their lives back together again. Our children come from a variety of troubled backgrounds and home situations, and each has unique needs and issues. All are in some stage of crisis, and most are behind in school. Our team of houseparents, counselors and teachers collaborates to help the boys and girls address these issues. During the entire process, we also work with the childrens families toward restoration. As our children and their families identify and change negative behaviors, they are able to overcome past failures and embrace a hopeful future. The children and teens who come to live at our Eagle Ranch childrens home typically are referred by a wide range of public and private sources a school counselor or teacher; a juvenile court judge; a church staff member; a mental health professional; a state official with Georgias Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS); or often a parent or concerned family friend.
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Student Teacher Ratio
6 : 1
62% Male / 38% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
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