Diamond Ranch Academy Videos

We hope these videos give you a sense of our vision and work.   

Please accept our invitation to come out for a personal tour of our school  We would love to give you the opportunity to sit down with some of our students and witness firsthand the possibilities for change and healing.

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Different By Design 
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Fine Arts Program 
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A Unique Environment 
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Building Character 
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Our Unique Academic Program.
Drama at DRA
WIAA Volleyball Champions 
DRA Baseball 
Clinical Program at DRA
Academics Becoming Your Best Self
The Learning Process
Token Economy
Mastery Learning for the future
Expression Through Art
Athletics & Character Building
 Football Film 
"Being the best you" 
Equine Therapy 
Kyle T  
Girls Basketball 
Girls Athletics 
 DRA Wrestling
Vollyball Champioans
Career Exploration
Diamond Ranch Academy Graduations
Diamondback Football 
Diamond Ranch Academy Graduations  
2 Steps forward 1 Step back 
Parent Survival "101" Introduction 
Diamond Ranch Academy Tour
Student gives back 
Girls Softball Video 
4H Club
Diamond Ranch Academy Commerical
Great Parents
St George Blitz football game 
DRA Basketball 
Lady Back Volleyball 
  SAMS Club Cook Out 
Music Club  
Coins for Kids 
Taylor Hartman endorses troubled teen ranch
"Elias" Music Video 
Parent Interview 
Dr. Taylor Hartman
    "I was just reflecting on the past 18 months since Eric came home from Diamond Ranch Academy and thanking God for all that He has done to help Eric succeed since his experience at DRA. 
        I then realized I never properly thanked you all for the role you played in my son's life, and all the successes he has enjoyed since he left. 
        Eric is currently a senior at our local High School, and will graduate in June.   He carried a 3.  5 grade point average all last year, and I have no doubts he will continue to excel in school.   He has plans for college, and works a 30 hour work week in addition to school. 
        He pays for his car, clothes, phone, etc.  , and is very proud of the fact he earns what he gets, and it is not just handed to him. 
        He has become respectful of himself and others.   He has learned how to make positive friendships.   He has the earned trust and respect from his parents, teachers, and peers. 
        I attended back to school night last night and spoke with his High School counselor.   She was involved with Eric before he left for DRA, and has continued to be involved since he came home.   While commenting on what a delightful young man Eric has become, she reminded me what a true success story we have to tell.   
        I could go on and on about how proud I am of what Eric has accomplished, and probably have.    Once again, thank you for everything.  "     - Paul