Raising hopes, growing confidence, & nurturing faith since 1868
The Presbyterian Home for Children serves children, young adults, and families from throughout Alabama who seek healing and hope for their troubled lives.
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Following Jesus’ example, we help children and parents focus on their strengths so they can achieve their goals.
Residents are taught life and social skills in a warm Christian environment that encourages learning, growth, and becoming all that God created them to be.
We believe that in order for a person’s heart to be open to change, we must first meet his or her most basic and immediate needs.
success. nothing less.
Discover how Ascension Leadership Academy is different
Our beautiful, newly-renovated school building nestled in the heart of downtown Talladega has been created with the needs and expectations of today’s modern students in mind. Dynamic classrooms are designed to provide students with the settings to work in collaborative groups and at individual work stations capable of accommodating their learning style.
Ensures quality instruction and confidence that grades will be accepted at all school systems.
SMALL CLASS SIZE
Small class size averaging 6-12 students per teacher.
Students benefit from the inclusion of a robust fine arts program.
Blending quality digital resources with your existing curriculum.
The Presbyterian Home for Children, recognizing the changing needs of children with their caregivers and young adults who are transitioning to adulthood, provides a faith based safe haven through programs which nurture, educate, and equip them to become the fully functioning persons whom God created them to be.
(Adopted February 2, 2016)
Build the way to success and hope
Every dollar counts. You can make a difference in a child’s life by helping to fund the programs that bring them safety, love and hope.
The Presbyterian Home for Children staff is comprised of dedicated professionals who commit their time and energy to bringing hope and healing to Alabama’s homeless and at-risk children, young adults, and families.