Education announces campus swap
Rocky Mountain Academy
(June 2, 2004) Bonner’s Ferry, Idaho – CEDU Education announced
that two of its North Idaho schools, Northwest Academy
and Rocky Mountain Academy, will swap locations. Rocky Mountain
Academy will put added emphasis on substance abuse counseling
at its new location.
“Rocky Mountain Academy, will build on our foundation of
emotional growth and education, by placing added emphasis
on substance abuse; a major problem facing teens,” said Dr.
George Condas vice president of operations for CEDU Education.
“In doing this, RMA can follow through on our promise to
current students while providing much-needed programs for
kids on the destructive path of drug or alcohol dependency.”
Rocky Mountain Academy at Bonners Ferry will switch locations
with CEDU’s Northwest Academy at Naples. The move will make
more expansive facilities available to the students and faculty
of Northwest Academy. Rocky Mountain Academy’s new location
will be more suited to the size of its smaller student body.
Campus moves are anticipated to be completed by the end of
“This campus swap is a win for RMA and Northwest Academy,”
continued Dr. Condas. “The close proximity of the two campuses
will allow us to make the physical moves without disrupting
what CEDU is all about, preparing kids to be successful in
their adult lives.”
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