About This School
In 2010, Cross Creek Programs had 18 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Utah average is 23 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Cross Creek Programs Reviews
Disgusting, awful, reprehensible place. Abusive in unimaginable ways, just look it up! it's run by WWASP, the same people that locked kids in dog cage in High Impact (Mexico) and ran Tranquility Bay. They are in it for the money, housing kids as cheaply as possible while breaking their spirits through abuse so they will seem "cured" (at least until the "warranty" expires). These people are practicing the most spectacularly evil form of fraud I've ever had the displeasure of witnessing.
Incidentally (and this is not a statement about the broader community, only this school), thinly veiled Mormon undertones are not disclosed to parents.
This place has a really bad academic program, it's essentially self taught. The "treatment" is essentially just breaking the students' spirits. :(
terrible horrible school. teachers are not qualified, no homework allowed, very unproductive place to be. i had to break rules to get my school work and do it at night so i could graduate high school and come back home. more like a mental institution. all you do is eat, sleep, use the bathroom, and listen to the director yell at you. and school for only a few hours a week. and the diploma looks so unprofessional. i am embarrassed to have it. looks like a kid used word art and made it in a minute. anyways this school is not recommended! trust me i spent 9 months here.
Poor academic program, which is secondary to the "behavior modification. All classes are independent study, and homework is actually forbidden. Not challenging at all. Special education and IEPs are merely being given all basic courses, nothing else is done otherwise to assist these students. Simple core classes may actually be forbidden, and there are no honors nor AP classes. A diploma from this school does not look too good, and some places may treat it as a GED.