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SOURCE: Red Rock Canyon School
The twice annual outcomes statistics report issued by Red Rock Canyon School indicates that students are satisfied with the program. Results demonstrate better than average performance of the school.
St. George, UT (PRWEB) January 14, 2013
Red Rock Canyon School, a residential treatment center for troubled teens, just issued its biannual Outcomes Statistics Report, showing that the troubled teens who have recently graduated from the program show high levels of satisfaction with their own progress and the school. The values of the school hold high the virtue that through treatment, teens can become the authors of their own success.
According to Dr. Ronald Goff, a therapist at the school, the report shows that, "We have a superior program."
The treatment troubled teens receive at Red Rock Canyon School is analyzed through the perspective gained by what students report when they leave the program. The report notes that, "cumulative scores compared to the last report have remained highly consistent despite various changes up and down throughout the last seven years." This consistency is the result of the proven methods employed by the therapists, teachers and staff of Red Rock Canyon School. The school uses a method called Positive Peer Culture that seeks to use group dynamics to help troubled teens explore and define themselves.
Details of the report will continue to emerge as each section is broken down.
Red Rock Canyon School prides itself on the results its students are able to report. The satisfaction of families and their formerly-troubled children is the utmost concern of Red Rock Canyon School's staff.
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