SC Highway 34/121 South
Newberry, SC 29108
Call admissions department for current tuition.
Boys can stay up to age 21 if enrolled in a vocational or college program.
Offers a Christian home with love and care for disadvantaged boys. Boy's Farm seeks to give Christian training, understanding, and guidance in order to meet the spiritual as well as the physical needs of the boys. Boy's Farm seeks to provide the materials needed for Building Boys rather than mending men.
We will accept new placements of boys 4-14 years of age with priority given to younger age children as space is available. Once admitted, boys can stay through age 21 if in a vocational or college program.
Boys Farm will consider children whose behavior does not require an on-going clinical, therapeutic or secured environment
Building strong minds takes effort on the part of the staff and the boys. Hard work in school and careful attention to homework help the boys achieve their best. Drill, computers and remedial work help those who may be behind
Building a boy's emotional makeup that has been damaged through neglect or abuse requires the special attention of our staff. We focus on acceptance of the child where he is and bolster his heart through love and encouragement
The Boys Farm campus originally consisted of 55 wooded acres of which 20 acres were developed; the remainder was pasture and woods. Recently 160 acres were added through the purchase of adjoining property. This new addition will allow room for Boys Farm to grow to meet the needs of underprivileged boys.
Currently Boys Farm has three cottages for housing the boys. Each reflects an architecture similar to a regular home, thus reinforcing the desire of Boys Farm to provide a home for those without one.
Family is usually no longer involved when a boy arrives at the farm.
License and Affiliations
Boys Farm, Inc. is licensed by the South Carolina Department of Social Services as a child care institution. We are members of the National Association of Homes and Services for Children (NAHSC), the Southeastern Child Care Association (SECCA) and the South Carolina Association of Children's Homes and Family Services (SCACHFS)