Utah Academy for Troubled Youth Unveils New Skate Park

Utah’s premier school for troubled teens has recently cut the ribbon on a brand new skate park for students.
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HURRICANE, Utah - July 22, 2014 - PRLog -- Diamond Ranch Academy (DRA) is pleased to announce the unveiling of their newest addition to the campus. The new skate park has been named “Diamondback Skate Park” and consists of 200 yards of concrete, covering 225 by 70 feet of ground with fully landscaped surroundings and picnic tables for observers. The park also features 100 feet of rails, quarter pipes, stairs, a snake run, and other exciting attractions. School officials say that the decision to add the skate park to campus came from the students’ requests. Professional builders and contractors were brought in to create the park with assistance from DRA students.

Diamond Ranch Academy’s goal is to help students enjoy a normal, safe, and structured high school experience while eliminating the potential troubles some teens face while attending public schools. The Diamondback Skate Park qnuqu is just one of the many ways the academy provides this safe, structured environment while also providing a fun place for students to learn and grow as any other high school student would.

Campus observers say the students love the new park. School officials also note that they are more than happy to provide yet another opportunity for students to learn and have fun in a clean and sober environment. The academy encourages visitors to stop by and enjoy the new park while in town. The park is located at Diamond Ranch Academy’s main campus in Hurricane, Utah. For more information regarding the park and its accessibility, please get in touch with the media contact listed above.

About Diamond Ranch Academy

Diamond Ranch Academy is a leading residential treatment center located in Hurricane, Utah. The academy offers help for struggling teens, ages 12-18. DRA has separate, individually licensed programs divided by age and gender. These programs are held on the DRA campus - located on 60 acres of Utah's gorgeous terrain.

Cosette Jarrett
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