Newport Academy - Day School
Quick Facts
Transitional Independent Living Program

12 to 18


Avg. Duration:
Minimum of 120 days


Is Individual Psychotherapy Available?
Contact Info
(877) 628-3367

(949) 612-0236


811 N. Ranch Wood Trail
Orange, CA 92869
Program Description

A Safe and Structured Learning Environment for Recovery and Academic Achievement
Newport Academy Day School is designed specifically for teens committed to remaining abstinent from alcohol and other drugs during their high school education.Teachers at the Newport Academy are credentialed in the State of California and the curriculum is fully accredited.

Instructors develop individualized lesson plans that focus on each student’s learning style, preferences, and capabilities. Appropriate programming for each student is designed taking into consideration their personal academic goals and abstinence from drugs and alcohol. Families can choose specific tracks including college preparatory, pursuit of a traditional high school diploma or GED. Educational testing and academic tutoring are available on site.

A Wellness-Based Approach to Recovery and Healing
Newport Academy provides a number of experiential therapies that promote self-reflection, foster group support, and support well-being. Examples of weekly therapies include: yoga taught by a certified yoga therapist, group outings, and collaboration with the Knots of Love where students meet as a group to crochet caps for those suffering from life threatening illnesses.

Newport Academy Day School Mission and Core Values
Newport Academy Day School believes that every student deserves a safe, creative, and nurturing educational environment in which they feel comfortable to grow in mind, body, and spirit. By providing a clean and sober environment coupled with a caring and passionate staff, Newport Academy develops a sense of purpose and love of learning that will lead students to fulfilling and purposeful lives.

Students at Newport Academy are provided with the tools and structure needed to flourish in an academic setting. This includes:

•    Accredited Curriculum
•    Small class size
•    1:3 staff-to-student ratio to insure individualized attention
•    Full assessment of each student’s academic needs
•    Individualized Education Plans
•    Recovery Groups and Individual Counseling
•    High School Diploma
•    AP Classes
•    GED
•    Educational Testing

Accreditation, Licensure, Approval:
Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)