John de la Howe School

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John de la Howe School is a residential school founded in 1797 <ref>The facility on Google maps</ref>.

They are a member of The National Association of Therapeutic Wilderness Camps

The targetgroup is teenager aged between 12 and 17.


Residential program[redigér]

The students live in small dorms housing eight to ten children. The behavior modification process utilize both positive peer environment and a level system.

Wilderness program[redigér]

The facility hosts a wilderness program <ref>Wilderness Program, homepage of the facility</ref>. It takes place outside the main campus. The basecamp is described as campsites with permanent wooden structures, but without electricity and hot water.

In the news[redigér]

In 2006 a school counselor was investigated based on allegations of sexual misconduct <ref>Former school counselor accused of lewd act on student, by Diane Cho,News12, September 21, 2006</ref>

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