Director of Admissions
Tracey Bachrach
Admissions Phone
Physical Address
2010 Calle Reef
Isabela, Puerto Rico
pointschoolpr.com
Point School Puerto Rico integrates traditional gap year components such as cultural immersion, island activities, and volunteer experience with well-being support so that young men at PSPR have the opportunity to build their positive self-identity through career, interest, and personal exploration based on strengths. Point School Puerto Rico is a positive psychology model that uses the VIA Character Strengths Survey to inform individualized strength development. Our goal is provide each young man with positive introspection that will boost intrinsic motivation, resilience, and self-efficacy as they transition into college and/or adulthood.

General Information

Private Company - Owners On-Site
Leased By Program
Rent to own. Two years with the right to first refusal. years
Private

Transitional Living / Community Based Support

No
18 - 22

Program

Executive Functioning or Social or Life Skills
Failure to launch
Self-identity development; Confidence building
Call For More Information
Yes
Typical Vacations (holidays, summer, etc)
Visits are tied to program
No
Suburban
Unstructured Communication
Private Pay
Houses: Live in support staff

Therapy

Optional with Program Therapist
Yes
Offsite

Technology

Students have Laptops and unlimited Internet Access
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Students have access to their personal cell phones

Education

College University or Community
University of Puerto Rico at Aguadilla
https://www.uprag.edu

Staff

1:3
Yes
Yes

Accreditation

n/a
n/a

Nuts & Bolts

Call for more information
Call for more information
Call for more information
Rafael Hernandez International Airport [BQN]
0 Hours
No
Surf Therapy Participate Survey published by the International Surf Therapy Organization
6 Months
11 Months
Private / Self Pay
n/a
2 Hours
Mission Statement
Point School Puerto Rico's mission is to engage young men in an intentional and individualized gap year experience that promotes well-being and positive self-discovery through participation in cultural immersion, experiential activities, volunteer experience, and character strength development.