All Kinds of News for November 11, 2020
Alpine Academy is currently enrolling students at their Lakeview Campus for boys. The campus is located just 30 minutes west of the Salt Lake City International Airport and is just three miles away from their Mountain View Campus which has been serving females for nearly 20 years.
Alpine’s Director, Christian Egan, stated, “Our Lakeview Campus for boys is ready to go. We have the people and resources in place to provide the same level of service for adolescent males that you’ve experienced with us for female students for nearly 20 years. All we need now is an expanded peer group for our current students to associate with and learn from.”
Alpine Academy’s Lakeview Campus is offering introductory pricing for private-pay families who enroll before the end of the year. They serve adolescent males, ages 12-18, experiencing severe emotional disturbances, including anxiety, depression, trauma, attachment and relationship issues, gaming/internet addiction, and social skill deficits. For details, please contact Jill McIntyre at jmcintyre@alpineacademy.
Alpine Academy is a fully accredited school with dual-endorsed teachers at the frog of every classroom. The Special Education Director is able to provide additional assistance to those challenged with ADHD and executive functioning skill deficits. A full-time guidance counselor assists with college and career readiness, including ACT preparation courses and the ability to administer testing in select situations.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.