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Seen 'n Heard - Apr, 1990 Issue (page 3).

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Hyde School's Appearance on 60 Minutes
Lauri Hurd, Admissions Director for Hyde School in Maine, estimates they received about 1300 inquiries from their late October appearance on 60 minutes.

Norman Geller Helps Parents Afford Tuition
Norman Geller, Headmaster of Franklin Academy, in Maine, will aggressively work to help parents put together a financial package so they can afford the tuition. He claims to have the easiest student loan plan in the business.

CEDU Schools Hilltop Program Adds a Transition Phase
Rob Spear, Enrollment Manager for the CEDU Schools, tells me Hilltop, their program for young people age 17 1/2 and older in Southern California, has added a transition phase of supervised Independent Living for those completing the emotional growth phases. A poll of parents indicated this kind of transition phase would be very popular. Also, Hill top has been consistently staying at their maximum of 34.

Sorenson Ranch's Academics
In Utah, Sorenson Ranch's academics are linked to proficiency based exams. They claim if a student is inclined and able, he or she can complete a year of academics in one-third the normal time.

Teen Challenge Graduate Study
In a study by the National Institute of Drug Abuse, it was found that 86% of Teen Challenge graduates remained free of drugs seven years after completing the program.

Heritage School Expands
Ron Whitney, Heritage School Headmaster in California, is expanding his program for younger students down to the 3rd grade.

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