All Kinds of News for May 06, 2020
Tooele County, UT-May 1, 2020 - Alpine Academy is making final preparations to open its new, state-of-the-art campus in June 2020. This will be Alpine Academy's second campus, located three miles south of its current location, nestled at the base of the scenic Oquirrh Mountains.
The new campus will allow Alpine Academy to serve students of all genders and gender identifications. The current Mountain View campus provides therapeutic and academic services to teenage females ages 12-18. The new Lakeview campus will provide these services to young males in the same age range. Upon completion, the Lakeview campus will feature six family homes, an academic and clinical building, fitness and arts complex, indoor and outdoor equine riding areas, career and technical education building, outdoor pavilion, and soccer field.
In a statement on the completion of the new campus, Alpine Academy Director Christian Egan remarked "The Alpine team is excited about the new campus launching in June. We look forward to serving a new demographic of teens facing challenging life circumstances from around the nation and welcoming them into our family-style environment, providing a nurturing, individualized and strength-based treatment approach."
"We look forward to replicating and improving upon the success we have enjoyed over the last eighteen years at our current campus," said Angie Alvey, Alpine Academy's Academic Director, and School Principal. "We've improved hundreds of lives for the better during this time and look forward to improving hundreds more in the future." Alpine Academy was created in 2001 as a program of the Utah Youth Village, a nonprofit founded in 1969. The Academy is licensed as a residential treatment facility in the state of Utah and certified as a non-public school.
About Alpine Academy Schools
Alpine Academy Therapeutic Schools, licensed as residential treatment centers for adolescents, ages 12-18, include two campuses - one for males and one for females - thus providing treatment for all genders and identified genders. The campuses are just three miles apart. Both 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 - trained and certified Family Teachers. For questions please contact Jill McIntyre email@example.com.