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Living at Saratoga Springs Campus

New Haven’s North campus is located in Saratoga Springs, Utah, and houses forty-five girls in its beautiful and well-appointed campus homes. On both of our campuses, the cozy environment allows for improved safety and supervision, improved treatment outcomes, and the formation of deep and lasting friendships. Each of our campus houses is named after an historic figure whom we admire and strive to emulate.

Rosa Parks House
Rosa Parks – Crusader

A Crusader is one who stands up for what she knows to be right and does not back down even in the face of adversity. Rosa Parks fought against the twin evils of segregation and racism. We honor Rosa Parks and strive to adopt her steady courage and her indignation in the face of oppression into our own lives.


Florence Nightingale House
Florence Nightingale - Healer

A Healer is one who reaches out to the sick and wounded to bring them comfort and renew their health. Florence Nightingale turned her back on a life of ease and privilege to relieve the suffering of injured soldiers in the Crimea in 1854.  Her tremendous example inspired women around the world to join the field of nursing, elevating it to a respectable and honorable vocation. We honor Florence Nightingale’s dedication to heal and improve the lives of those around her with skill and compassion.


Susan B. Anthony House
Susan B. Anthony - Reformer

A Reformer is one who envisions a better world and dedicates herself to achieving this vision. Susan B. Anthony began her reform efforts in the temperance movement, but was not allowed to speak publicly because she was a woman. Thanks to her tireless crusading, women were granted the right to vote in 1920. We honor Susan B. Anthony’s vision of reform and the work she did to turn her dreams into reality for all women.


New Haven School

What began as a one-room schoolhouse in 1996 – literally – now contains several classrooms, an art room, library, and computer lab. Classes are run like a traditional school, yet are small enough to allow teachers to focus on the individual needs of each student.