New Hope Academy (Samoa)

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New Hope Academy was a behavior modification facility located on the island of Aipa, Samoa.

Among the partners of the facility were:

  • Norm Cluff of Orem, Utah,
  • Utah businessman Dan Wakefield
  • Mekeli Ieremia, a popular former Brigham Young University football player.
    He was later sentenced to 10 years in prison for theft of $4.7 million from a Texas school district <ref>Man with isle ties gets 10 years in Texas, Star Bulletin, August 10, 2000</ref>

In the news[redigér]

The program closed down in 1999 leaving 5 teenagers hungry and abandoned on the Island <ref>Seen 'n Heard - Feb, 2000 Issue - FAMILIES SUE FOUNDER OF DEFUNCT NEW HOPE ACADEMY, Strugglingteens.com - industry marketing firm.</ref>

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