There are three unique facets of Victory Academy for Boys that sets us apart from other boarding programs. One of those facets is the fact that the boys do not live in a typical dormitory setting. Dormitory setups often include a large number of other students and/or college and post-college aged men functioning as supervisors.
Though Victory does utilize college and post-college aged men in the role of Residence Assistants, the students and RA's live with and function as part of a Staff family. The "House Parents" not only provide experienced authority within the home, they run the home as much as a normal, Christ-honoring family as possible. The family eats all of their meals together (with the exception of school lunches), does chores together, goes to church, plays games, has devotions, conducts chapel, and goes on family outings together.
Since the desire is for the boys to eventually return home to a family that functions the way God requires, we believe it best for the boys to learn (and have opportunities to practice) how God would have them participate in the family while they're away from home.
All of our House Parents have families of their own and bring spiritual maturity and parenting experience to the home.