Two, One, Zero…

By Chrysalis School / August 28, 2011 / Comments Off on Two, One, Zero…

The fall semester starts Tuesday at Chrysalis School. We’re excited to have the girls back here in Eureka, Montana! Many of the Chrysalis students have participated in summer adventure activities like biking, horseback riding, hiking and service projects. We’re proud of the tradition of community servicehere at Chrysalis; we’ll strive to continue that legacy of…

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Another Perspective on the Glacier Trip

By Chrysalis School / August 25, 2011 / Comments Off on Another Perspective on the Glacier Trip

Nearly 60 Chrysalis volunteers recently visitedGlacier National Park for a week-long service project. Staffer Ken Kudick offered the following thoughts on the Glacier trip. “Our trip to Glacier National Park is one of the most exciting times of our Chrysalis year. At first many of our students aren’t excited about the idea of doing trailwork,…

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Chrysalis Students return for Service at Glacier National Park

By Chrysalis School / August 24, 2011 / Comments Off on Chrysalis Students return for Service at Glacier National Park

Some 60 travelers fromChrysalis School journeyed this summer to Glacier National Park to participate in a service project that’s become a Chrysalis tradition over the past decade-plus. “As I started to set out my clothing into piles of work, hiking and camp clothing I had a chance to reflect back on my previous three trips…

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One Week and Counting…

By Chrysalis School / August 23, 2011 / Comments Off on One Week and Counting…

Sports practices are starting up here at Chrysalis as we approach the start of school. We’ll have a full capacity of 36 students when we start the fall semester next Tuesday. Students recently participated in an adventure weekend that involved hiking, as well as swimming and other water activities.

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International Travel

By Chrysalis School / August 22, 2011 / Comments Off on International Travel

nce each year, students from Chrysalis School can choose to take part in an optional international trip. These trips are designed to allow the girls to explore destinations across the globe, while developing an appreciation for other cultures. Most of the trips involve a service component such as working at a school, park or orphanage.…

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Our Hometown: Eureka, Montana

By Chrysalis School / August 18, 2011 / Comments Off on Our Hometown: Eureka, Montana

Chrysalis is located here in Eureka, Montana. Eureka is a small town about five miles south of the Canadian border; it’s a remote, beautiful setting that lends itself perfectly to the therapy and care we provide here. Eureka hosts popular annual events like Rendezvous Days, the Lincoln County Fair, SalmonFest and the Amish Auction. In…

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Fall Semester is Fast Approaching

By Chrysalis School / August 17, 2011 / Comments Off on Fall Semester is Fast Approaching

The fall semester here at Chrysalis begins on August 30. Thirty-six teenage girls will attend the therapeutic boarding school in Eureka, Montana;that represents the full capacity of the school. Students will live family style in one of three homes and have the opportunity to take part in adventure travel and service projects. A typical stay…

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Making a Difference in Eureka, Montana

By Chrysalis School / August 16, 2011 / Comments Off on Making a Difference in Eureka, Montana

For more than a decade,Chrysalis School has helped girls overcome their personal challenges. This therapeutic boarding school now hosts students from across the United States, with about half coming from the Western half of the country. Chrysalis is based in Eureka, just five miles from the Canadian border. The 65-acre school originally began as a…

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Chrysalis Adventure Follows in the Footsteps of Lewis and Clark

By Chrysalis School / August 15, 2011 / Comments Off on Chrysalis Adventure Follows in the Footsteps of Lewis and Clark

Five-Day Canoe Trip Serves as Father/Daughter Bonding Experience EUREKA, MT — More than 30 travelers from Chrysalis School recently retraced 56 miles of the historic expedition once made by famed explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark. In 1803, President Thomas Jefferson sent Lewis and Clark to find a water route to the Pacific Ocean while…

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About Chrysalis

By Chrysalis School / March 28, 2011 / Comments Off on About Chrysalis

Chrysalis is a small therapeutic boarding school located in northwestern Montana, just 5 miles from the British Columbia border.  The school sits on 65 acres, nestled between Carpenter Lake and the Koocanusa Reservoir.  Our beautiful campus is home to adolescent girls ages 13 to 18.  The typical stay is between 18 and 24 months, but…

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