Equestrian Studies

The Monarch School equestrian program provides students with many levels of experience and abilities a chance to challenge themselves. Students discover the many disciplines and personalities of not just the horses, but themselves. Students take on the responsibility of the horses during their time in the equestrian program. They are responsible for the horses’ care, including feeding, mucking stalls, and grooming. Students learn which tack is appropriate and how to care for this specialized equipment.

Our 14,000 square foot indoor arena and 28,000 square foot outdoor arena allow students to participate in various levels of Western and English Riding, Basic Trail Riding, Dressage, and Vaulting.

The Monarch School Campus has trails throughout our 120 acres for pleasure rides and cross-country riding. Though many of our students have never been around horses, being a part of the equestrian program teaches students to be responsible for others, push past their fear and build self-confidence. Interested and qualified students may learn more advanced equestrian skills.