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The School Program offers support and resources to meet the unique needs of pregnant and parenting girls.
Since 1921, The Salvation Army has helped pregnant and parenting girls by providing social services support and education so that they can stay in school and are prepared for for college, work, and the responsibilities of parenthood.
Today, the Marian Pritchett School provides accredited classes for grades 7 through 12 taught by Boise School District teachers. The school is located on the Booth Memorial Campus in Boise's northend. Our students study the same curriculum as other Boise School District secondary schools and earn their diplomas from Frank Church High School.
The School Program offers support and resources to meet the unique needs of pregnant and parenting girls such as prenatal and postnatal care, child care, independent living skills, spiritual growth opportunities, and leisure time activities. All students attending Marian Pritchett School receive assistance from The Salvation Army Social Services Program including group or individual case management and counseling.