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Posted December 2, 2004 

Rocky Mountain Academy announces that Scott Addison will no longer direct the program.

November 30, 2004

"I spoke with Scott Addison this morning and it was clear to both of us that there were issues and complications making it difficult for him to continue moving Rocky Mountain Academy forward. We mutually agreed to his separation from CEDU," explained Dr. George Condas, CEDU Vice President of Operations.

Dr. Condas will be assuming direct responsibility for Rocky Mountain Academy and will be spending considerable time on the campus.

The search for a new leader for Rocky Mountain will commence immediately. Academy parents have been asked to select three representatives to be on the hiring committee.

"I want to assure everyone that CEDU Education is committed to the parents, students, and faculty of Rocky Mountain Academy and to providing the best education to our students," said Condas.

Rocky Mountain Academy, a therapeutic high school located in Naples, Idaho, enables students to learn the value of individual responsibility, the power of appropriate choices, and to develop a strong framework for internal control. Students are supported as they create a foundation for life-long therapeutic change. For more information visit www.rockymtnacademy.com.

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