Staff of Future Men – and Christian help for troubled teens.

therapeutic boarding schools for boys

My family and I undertook Future Men in response to the need I saw for an environment in which young boys can grow up into godly men. I have been an educator since 1989 and a school administrator since 1998.

With 9 sons of my own, I have a real sense of the urgency parents feel to prepare their sons to be men. In 1 Kings 2:2, David challenges his son to “Be strong, therefore, and prove yourself a man.” That is our goal, and it is an honor to work and serve the Lord in this capacity.

-Aaron Boldman

Primary Staff:

boldman2 Aaron Boldman – Founder/Director

The Master’s College.
Santa Clarita, CA. 1989
B.A. Natural Science

VAUGHTDOOR Mitchell Vaught – Associate Director

Texas Tech University.
Lubbock, TX. 2007
B.S. Human Development and Family Studies

High Lance High – Executive Director

Southwest Baptist University.
Bolivar, MO. 2004
B.S. Psychology, B.S. Religious Studies

Matt Williamson – Site Director

The Master’s College
Santa Clarita, CA. 2005
B.S. Biblical Counseling

LukeandDanielleLuke Williamson – Mentor/Director

The Master’s College
Santa Clarita, CA. 2008
B.S. Biblical Counseling

Mentors:

The mentor position is a yearly internship. Our mentors come from all over the United States with a desire to serve God in this setting. Their duties include: supervision, teaching and tutoring, role modeling, cooking/cleaning, general admonition and encouragement.

"When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I thought as a child, I understood as a child; But when I became a man, I put away childish things." -- I Corinthians 13:11
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Should you need help finding therapeutic schools, Christian therapeutic schools, Christian boarding schools or teen challenge for boys, please let us know. This is among therapeutic boarding schools with teen counseling to improve behavior problems of teenagers struggling with anger, oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), attention deficit, attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), substance abuse, depression, reactive attachment disorder (RAD), intermittent explosive disorder (IED), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), eating disorders, self-harm, or rebellion. For a troubled teenager, rather than seeking military schools, better and longer lasting help can be found from Christian boarding schools like Future Men. When looking into boarding schools for troubled teens, it is important to know the distinction between all the different types of programs. Probably the most common of these alternative schools are the therapeutic boarding schools. Specifically designed for at-risk teens, these programs, sometimes called reform schools, combine therapy with academics to help kids get back on track. For religious families, a Christian boarding school that works with troubled teens may be the best option.

Staff - Future Men

Staff of Future Men.