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Depression and Anxiety: 4 Scientifically-Proven Ways Prayer Helps

By Greenbrier Academy / April 26, 2018

According to a 2014 poll by Pew Research, 55 percent of Americans pray daily. Pray is an important part of many individual’s lives; in fact, humans have been praying for thousands of years to different deities and versions of their God. Even those who reported to be atheists and agnostics admitted in the poll that…

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Physical and Mental Benefits of Our School of Horsemanship

By Greenbrier Academy / April 16, 2018

All Greenbrier Academy students have the opportunity to participate in our equine therapy program as well as our school of horsemanship. You don’t have to have any prior experience to feel at home and a part of the equine program here. It begins with the basics, where the girls learn how to feed and care…

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7 Benefits of Small Class Sizes You Probably Never Thought Of

By Greenbrier Academy / April 11, 2018

At our all-girls boarding school, our classes have an impressive student-teacher ratio of only 10:1. With highly-qualified teachers and inspiring curriculum, every graduating girl from Greenbrier Academy has gone on to college, university or trade school. Our small class sizes play a big role in this outcome.

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Boarding Schools for Girls: What’s it Like to Attend a Therapeutic Boarding School?

By Greenbrier Academy / April 11, 2018

Making the decision to send your daughter to a therapeutic boarding school isn’t one you take lightly. It’s a family decision that comes when most other options have been exhausted. Once you have decided what’s going to happen, however, both you and your daughter are probably going to ask the same question: What’s it like?…

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5 Reasons for School Avoidance and Refusal (And How to Handle It)

By Greenbrier Academy / April 5, 2018

School avoidance and refusal, often referred to as school phobia, occurs in about five percent of children and can last well into the teen years. Many troubled teens with this issue refuse to attend school and create (often logical) reasons why they can’t and shouldn’t go.

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