Seen 'n Heard - Feb,
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Changes At Three Springs
Pam Cook, Ph.D., Administrator of the Three Springs Residential Treatment Center in Courtland, Alabama is moving to the corporate
offices in January 1995. Her Administrator duties will be taken over by Assistant Administrator Gregory Martin, M.S.
Mount Bachelor Has New Staff Members
Headmaster Tim Brace hired the following staff in 1994 for Mount Bachelor Academy in Bend, Oregon: Dean Bonanno, Conquest School Head;
Brett Carey, Lower School Head; Lisa Carey, Mentor; David Johnson, Teacher/counselor; Lorenzo Johnson, Wilderness Instructor; Nina
Boismier, Teacher/Counselor; Cheryl Mesher, Program Assistant; MBA alumni Sarah McKenzie, Peter Jacoby and Becky Rutland, Program
Assistants; Loyd Morrow, Mathematics Teacher; Malia Mullahey, Program Assistant and Mentor in Lower School; Kathleen Brace, Scheduler;
Gina Cooper, Kitchen Assistant; Diane Hoke, Kitchen Assistant; and Chris Pratt, Maintenance Head.
Adolescence Magazine Has Ceased Publication
Adolescence Magazine has ceased publication as of early January 1995. The content and subscribers will be folded into Professional
Counselor Magazine, in essence combining the two. Adolescence had about 20,000 subscribers, and the staff informed me the new combined
magazine will have about 40,000 subscribers.
Aspen Health Services Listed Among The 500 Fastest-Growing Private Companies
Aspen Health Services, headquartered in Huntington Beach, California and parent company for Aspen Achievement Academy operating in
Utah has been listed as being among the 500 fastest-growing private companies as listed by INC. Magazine in their special issue published
at the end of 1994. They are listed as number 413 with annual sales in 1993 of $3,389,000. They reported annual sales of $462,000
in 1989, with a sales growth of 634 percent from 1989 to 1993. It was also reported they had 19 employees in 1989, and 60 employees
John Dewey Senior's Accepted By Colleges
Tom Bratter, President of John Dewey Academy, announced with pride that as of December 30, 60% of his seniors had been accepted by
colleges early decision. He says Bryn Mawr, Carleton, Sarah Lawrence, Oberlin and Union colleges have already admitted John Dewey
Academy seniors, and he is optimistic that other seniors will be admitted by Bates, Bowdoin, Brandeis and Union colleges. Bratter
expects to continue the record of the last three years where 90% of the graduating class have been admitted by the college of their
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