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Seen 'n Heard - Feb, 1993 Issue (page 1).

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Three Springs School Applies For Accreditation
Three Springs School, Paint Rock Campus in Alabama formally started the process to apply and receive accreditation as a regular school through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

Orme School In Mayer, Arizona
Orme School in Mayer, Arizona started the school year with 143 students. Orme is one of many traditional schools which have increased its emphasis on providing additional support for students who need extra help and support. Orme's program includes the T-Anchor Center which provides a Study Skills class for all 7th, 8th, and 9th graders and those upper classmen who need extra support; a Personal Study program with personal monitoring to ensure students are really doing the studying they promised; and a tutoring service for students.

Rocky Mountain Academy Encourages Students To Give Something Back To The Community
Rocky Mountain Academy in North Idaho has been stocking fish in local Alpine lakes to benefit fishermen. This is part of their approach to encourage students to give something back to the community in which they live. I'll have to say I'm impressed with the Three Springs marketing philosophy. Every time I refer a parent to them, I get either a verbal or written thank you. I'm sure that extra little effort has something to do with their rapid growth.

Outpatient Program At Forest Heights Lodge
Linda Clefisch handles the outpatient program for Forest Heights Lodge in Colorado. Beginning in 1973, the outpatient program was started as a response to requests from professionals to expand the inpatient program. It had been decided that expanding the inpatient program beyond the 24 boys in residence would be incompatible with their philosophy. They accept boys and girls, ages two to 16, who can then be served outside institutions and has prevented the need for later residential treatment.

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