Separating to Come to Together It seems counterintuitive. The thing you want most in the world is to bring your family together. Then why on Earth would you send away your troubled teen to the Utah desert? How could being away from your teen for weeks at a time help anything get better? However, sometimes…

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We received this letter from one of our English alumni parents on June 21st.  We’re so proud to hear of the turnaround that S. has made in his life and can’t wait to hear more as he continues to grow!  Congrats on one year and many more from your RedCliff Wilderness family! oday we celebrate ONE…

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We had our annual March shindig a few weeks ago and thought we would share one of the pieces entered in the Poetry Reading.  Thanks for sharing, Max! I grew up in my childhood cursing at my parents, stealing and lying My explosive actions turned into dangerous violence from complaining and whining Though I’m not…

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We had so much fun with the Student Photo Contest we decided to hold a Staff Photo Contest! Thanks to all those who jumped at the chance to share a moment from their digital memories, we have 15 picts to choose from! (Voting ends APRIL 4th!)   Instructions for Staff Photo Contest: Choose your favorite…

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By: Noonday Orange Blossom, 2011, Firehawks Working a holiday at RedCliff is something no staff member is likely to forget, especially a Christmas shift. Being in the middle of the snowy desert without your family is not an anticipated event for most so there are many mixed emotions among us all. I volunteered to work…

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Ever Wonder How Your Teen Spends Their Day. We put together this fun informational graphic.  This information comes from surveys done on Facebook as well as a study conducted by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. We thought we would save you from reading page after page of boring stats. These responses are from actual…

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Just got this message on our Facebook page from Jennifer, aka Crystal Springs. She gave us her permission to share with all of you: “Since my wilderness days, I graduated high school with honors. I then went to college up in Alaska for a semester and a half, where I experienced a bit of a…

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i just wanted to share how awsome rca really was for me in the long run. When I first came out I struggled a little to adapt to home again but Kena helped me alot inside rca and out. I just wanted to say thank you for everything rca has done for me.

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Congratulations to RedCliff graduate Trevor R. Trevor, who graduated from RedCliff in 2007, has been accepted to the University of Montana where he plans to major in psychology and wilderness studies. Christopher, a 2003 graduate, is in his senior year at Bryant University, majoring in business. It’s exciting to see our former students pursue their…

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