Circle of Hope Girls Ranch

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Circle of Hope Girls Ranch is a behavior modification program marketed as a Christian Boarding School. It is located near Humansville, Missouri [1]

It is a program for teenage girls only.

A stay is expected to last about 24 months [2]

Program structure


They use the School of Tomorrow Curriculum also known as the Accelerated Christian Education (A.C.E.) workbook curriculum provided by School of Tomorrow [3]. School of Tomorrow requries that just one person in an entire school be "certified" to use the curriculum. This certification is NOT from any state agency. It is issued by School of Tomorrow. This enables schools to use the curriculum without having any certified teachers by the State.

As stated in their information material they can not promise that credits earned at this school can be used anywhere:

Parents are encouraged to personally check with their local school districts or colleges in which their children are interested to find out what their particular policies are regarding admissions and transferring credits. This mainly pertains to High School credits. [4]


If a girl behaves accordingly with program guidelines they are granted a 15 minutes phonecall with their parents. The phonecall is monitored by speaker phone and the staff can decide to quit the call if the teenager complains about the program [5]


The consequences for not following the program are: [6]

Following is a list of disciplines that are used to help each student: Push-ups (along with other exercises), writing, work detail, no talking, and time outs.

In the news

April 2010 17 year old girl who was just weeks short of graduation disappear from the ranch[7]

External Links

Info pages

Message boards


  1. The facility on Google maps
  2. Admission, program homepage
  3. Accelerated Christian Education Us9.GIF
  4. Various forms, Facility homepage
  5. Re: Missing teen, a post by HelpUs made on the Fornits webforum
  6. Discipline, Program homepage
  7. Mo. Teen Disappears Weeks Before Graduation, America Most Wanted