Alpine Academy’s Male Campus Celebrates Its 1 Year Anniversary & Now Has In-Person Tours
Alpine Academy’s Lakeview Campus for adolescent male students celebrates its one-year anniversary this month. Because the program opened last July amidst the pandemic, many consultants and families have placed students at the new campus-based on virtual tours, Zoom discussions with campus administration, and past experiences with the female campus. Alpine Academy is grateful for the confidence and support received over this past year and is delighted to now welcome referring professionals and inquiring families to experience in-person tours at both the new male campus as well as the established Mountain View campus for females.
An Education Consultant who recently toured the new Lakeview campus said, “It was so valuable to actually be in a home with the students and truly understand the milieu and the youth who would be best suited for Alpine’s program. The facilities are new, state-of-the-art, and beautiful. But it was even more important for me to meet the people who are working with the youth on a daily basis and get a glimpse of the treatment taking place as the students were being taught behavioral skills by the people they have trusting relationships with. It was a great experience.”
Space is currently available for both campuses. The new school year begins July 12 and rolling enrollment is available. Contact Jill McIntyre, firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an in-person tour.
About Alpine Academy
Alpine Academy Therapeutic Schools, state-licensed as residential treatment for adolescents, ages 12-18, includes two campuses – one for males and one for females. The 30+ acre, Utah campuses are just three miles apart and are only 30 minutes west of the Salt Lake City International Airport. Both campuses serve students struggling with severe emotional disturbances. Alpine is a fully accredited school with dual-endorsed teachers. Therapy, with master’s level clinicians, is built into the school day. Alpine is a nationally certified Teaching-Family Model treatment program. Students live in homes with married couples who provide a family-like setting and serve as professional house parents. Through a strength-based, trauma-informed, individualized approach, students are taught healthy behaviors in a setting that best replicates family, school, and community life. Contact: Jill McIntyre @ 801-815-4683 or email@example.com.