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New Perspectives - Feb, 1998 Issue #50

Bend, Oregon
By: Sarah Persha, Admission Director

Renaissance, Mt. Bachelor Academy’s transitional program for young adults, ages 18-22, is alive and well in Bend, Oregon. Having just graduated their first group, Renaissance is designed to serve students who need a transitional setting while completing high school credits, or while attending community college, yet still need the supervision and emotional support from on-site mentors, counselors, and teachers. Group sessions, individual sessions with licensed therapists, addictions curriculum...these support systems add to the independent living skills that are part of daily life at Renaissance. Both Mt. Bachelor Academy students and students from other schools are welcome. Tim Brace, in his position as Executive Director of Renaissance (and Mt. Bachelor Academy and The Academy at Swift River in Massachusetts) supports and advises Renaissance director Kathryn Miner. To inquire, contact Admission Director Sarah Persha who directs the enrollment for both Mt. Bachelor Academy and Renaissance. 

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