The equine program is an opportunity for girls to learn more about horses.
In classes girls will get a background in horsemanship, learning about management, basic anatomy, nutrition and health, tack and disciplines, horse care and safe handling practices. As well as aspects of training to improve their riding skills.
As the Equine Science class is part of the Academic programming, the girls are graded upon individual involvement, participation and teamwork and earn academic credit.
Lessons include bonding with horses, groundwork skills, which will then be applied to work under saddle.
In addition, we offer individual equine assisted therapy sessions and weekly therapy groups, where girls engage with the horses through therapeutic activities that are facilitated by our licensed Equine Assisted Therapist.
Girls in the Program meet twice a week to work on personal goals with the horses and instructors.
These sessions support students to: