School for Troubled Teens Announces $1,000 Scholarship Awards to Eagle Ranch Academy Graduates

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Eagle Ranch Academy announces an $1,000 Scholarship to graduates. Providing financial counseling, and offering various funding options for families helps Eagle Ranch Academy give back to those in need.

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Your child's time at Eagle Ranch Academy will be life altering, and for some it will be life saving.

$1,000.00 Scholarship to ERA Graduates

Finding a reliable School for Troubled Teens is hard enough, and a lot of families have the extended worry of how they will fund this much needed teen program. Eagle Ranch Academy works to help lift the burden many families have, and willingly award a $1,000.00 Scholarship to ERA Program Graduates which can be used towards enrolling in a University, Junior College, or Trade School of choice. Eagle Ranch Academy also has partial scholarships available to help the monthly cost of a student’s enrollment, taking much needed stress off of parents.

Funding Options and Consulting

This School for Troubled Teens even offers funding options and consulting. Eagle Ranch Academy has an available Funding Consultant and Insurance Specialist designed to find the best available financial options for every situation. This is an extremely emotional time for all people involved, and Eagle Ranch Academy will explore all funding possibilities Free of Charge, to be of support and assistance to every family in need.

Every day, children are admitted to schools for troubled teens. Many families feel helpless when they do not know how to assist their struggling child in the vital learning process of life. Do not be one to look back and wonder if a program like the one at ERA would have saved a precious teen in need.

Eagle Ranch Academy is a co-ed residential education program for struggling teens, ages 12 through 17. Licensed and monitored by the State of Utah as a Residential Treatment Program, with an extensive accredited academic and life skills program for its students.


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