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US Youth Services Non-Profit Inc., Schools-Acad-Colleges & Unv., Lecompte, LA

US Youth Services stands behind its effectiveness with this exclusive warranty:
If your teen after completing their enrollment slips back into old behavioral or attitude problems at home they may be reenrolled for free.

(See Enrollment Agreement for Details)


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Lowest Possible Cost

Non-Profit Schools can subsidize cost through donations, corporate sponsors, and fundraiser. Thereby reducing the cost to parents. Non-Profit Schools can also often get sales tax and other breaks. Furthermore, Non-profit Schools do not need to add profits into their tuition and fees. This alone can often save parents 20-30%. All of these savings allow US Youth Services To operate these programs at the lowest possible cost for Families

The US Youth Services Facility is located in the heart of Louisiana. It’s rural setting provides a safe, clean, distraction-free environment to help our students get back on track. There is no better place to get a feel for the past and all of its history. Located very close is the Southern Heritage Forestry Museum which is a historic sawmill that exposes you to logging at its birth. The area is also know as the Nursery Capital of the world because of the many different types and abundance of nurseries in the State. There are many forests in our area that allow students to experience hiking while enjoying the beautiful scenery. Another great feature is Avery Island, a salt dome that is not only a natural paradise with wildlife and botanical treasures but also the home of Tabasco sauce. This area boasts a pleasant climate and provides numerous outdoor activities for Teens to enjoy including off grounds activities when earned and appropriate.


Our †Academic Program is designed to help students maximize learning and the earning of credits. Students are not held back by course offerings, teacher lesson plans, or other students in the class. Through the use of state of the art computerized education students are able to move at their own pace. The curriculum has a large selection of elective and required Academic courses available. Students get the chance to work on their classes with new, modern technology including online textbooks, 3D animation, video clips, teaching online, and other multimedia, which makes it the perfect supervised self -paced curriculum that compliments today’s generation.

†See Enrollment Agreement for Details. Courses are subject to eligibility and change. Transfer of High School Credits and College Credits is not guaranteed when a student transfers from one institution to another.
Some courses may require additional fees.

General Information on Transferring Credits: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transfer_credit


Character building courses are essential to helping our Students gain new insight, motivation and direction here at US Youth Services. Coupled with Skill Building and Personal Development Courses, our Students get the full treatment and learn how to better handle some of the struggles that they are dealing with in everyday life. They learn how to better prepare themselves for future problems, how to handle current problems and how to make the appropriate choices in many different areas of their lives. These classes can be anything from professional audio and videotapes, selective reading material and staff or peer feedback. [/one_half]



US Youth Services provides its students with 24 hour a day, 7 days a week supervision from Staff. This one on one contact that our Students have with our Staff on a consistent basis means our Staff will get to know each and every Student individually and be able to offer individualized positive reinforcement and encouragement. Getting to know our Students is extremely important so we may be able to correct inappropriate attitudes and behaviors and help to turn them around into more productive ones. Our Staff Supervision is designed to help Students get on the right path and Succeed.


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Linda W.

I would like to take this opportunity to tell you that I appreciate all of your efforts for taking care of my son. You all have a really tough job and I respect you for doing what you do. I know you all have to have the patience of saints to be in the job that you all have. I know that my son is being well taken care of and I can’t thank you all enough for that.

Bill and Kristina R.

Bill and I thought we should follow up with another letter about Carl. At this point, he is doing great! We did have some trouble the first couple of days, but as we calmly stood our ground with our rules as spelled out in the exit plan, he just fell into line. He is a very different child from when he left the program. One of the biggest changes we notice is that he takes responsibility for his wrongs instead of blaming others. I called him out last week concerning his room, and a few rules he had broken. He apologized and told me it wouldn’t happen again and it hasn’t. He has been driving since he got home and he is responsible and drives safely and he tells us where he is at all times. He wants to have a relationship with us at this point, so we have had some good times going out to breakfast and hanging out together. He took the Navy Seals test at the local recruiting office and has to do a couple more pushups and he will be admitted into the Seals program. The recruiters commented on how much he has changed since they worked with him a few months ago. If he makes it through the Seals program, he gets approx $38,000 for college and another $40,000 for passing seals training. For now, he is working out every day, but starts a full-time warehouse position next week after he turns 18. He is paying us for his car and taking care of his own extra financial needs. He is going to attend his graduation at Westerville North and will go into basic training August 7th. Carl now admits that the program was good for him. He says the biggest things he learned were structure, discipline and accountability. He wants to keep the discipline in his life and part of the reason he wants to go in to the Navy is that he is not sure he can maintain a necessary level of self discipline on his own. For him to come up with these ideas on his own is a pretty big maturity jump!

Kevin and Debbie M.

Our son attends the school and we have seen remarkable results. The most encouraging thing to us, however, is that he can acknowledge his own changes and growth. He recognizes the great worth he brings to the world, has grown in his confidence and in his desire to show respect to himself and others. His contentious spirit is disappearing while his grades are rising. That is a nice combination. Good things are happening at the school.

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