Director of Admissions
Patti Hollenbeck-Dial
Admissions Phone
Physical Address
6155 S 2400 W
Spanish Fork, UT
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The girls' program is a small community of 15 students on each campus, who are bright, talented, and seeking friendships and understanding. We are aware of the failures and fears our students have experienced in their lives. Because of this, we provide a loving and balanced program that offers the support and the challenge necessary to stretch our students to their potential.

General Information

Private Company - Owners On-Site
Privately Owned
Maple Lake Academy
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Residential Treatment

No
12 - 18
Yes
Yes
18 Months
16
Rural
Doubles
Triples
Quads
Students are Always in "Line-of-Sight" with staff
Yes
HIGH: Family Expected on weekly calls (or more) & to attend all family workshops (weekly , monthly or quarterly)
0%
0%
80%
20%
0%

Insurance

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Contractor
No

Therapy - Individual

Yes, part of the program cost
0 Hours
0
All therapists are licensed by the state of operation
5 Clients
No

Therapy - Group

Yes
0 Hours
0 Hours
0 Hours
Yes

Additional Professionals & Medical Rule Outs

> 50%
No
No
Yes

Treatment Modalities

No
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No
Art
Breathing Techniques / Breath Work
Meditation
No

Staff

1:4
Yes
Yes
High School Diploma
12 Hours

Academic

College
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1:5
Traditional teacher-led class
Yes
Yes
Year Round School (either quarters, trimester, semesters)
Yes
Yes
Tests
Classes
Yes

Transition Programming

Yes
Transition House Associated With Program
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> 50%

Accreditation

Nuts & Bolts

Yes
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Salt Lake City [SLC]
1 Hours
< 50%
No
Yes
No
Infectious Disease
Major Injury | Death
1 Hours
Mission Statement
In a safe and nurturing environment, we empower students with learning differences to be independent, healthy, happy, and successful lifelong learners in their education and relationships. • We believe that each student has the right to an excellent education that is designed to meet the needs of their specific learning challenges. • We believe that each student with learning differences must be given the opportunity to discover her unique talents and gifts. • We believe that each student has the right to gain an understanding of their particular learning differences and the strategies that will help them to be successful in the future. • We believe that a student with learning differences must have the opportunity to acquire skills that will allow students to succeed in their interpersonal relationships with family, work, and social environments. • We believe that family support and involvement is an integral part of the overall success for students with learning disabilities. • We believe that all people involved in the process of growth: the student, parents, teachers, therapists and staff must be willing to use their creativity and desire for knowledge to help the student embrace life and learning, one success at a time.