173. Beulah Mountain Christian Academy

The facility was closed when alleged abuse came to the knowledge of the authorities. Due to technicalities two employees were aquitted of abuse. The facility made no secret of the use of corporal punishment.

It could not have been fun having to attend this place as a teenager.

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About Rotsne

Danish immigrant, but very integrated. After having worked for another research center, I have recently started working for International Culture Exchange where I serve the youth and their families wanting to become an exchange student.

6 responses to “173. Beulah Mountain Christian Academy”

  1. Tim says :

    I attended Beulah Mountain Christian Academy for nine months in 2012. It was awesome! The staff and faculty were the best, the meals were great, and the farm work we were trained to do was very enjoyable.

  2. Rebekah Tanner says :

    I attended BMCA in 2015 . It is an awesome place . In fact , I want to go back . The staff are awesome people. We work and we have fun . Besides that the food is some of the best I ever ate. THIS PLACE IS AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Ricky says :

    I was there on the day they headed us onto a bus at gun point by state and local police. We where taken to a building and where not allowed outside or even to go to normal schools. We where not allowed to see family or even call them. Child services treated us like live stock and refused us any normal kind of existence. They also tried to tell us that we had been abused and just didn’t know it. Whole thing was a scam from a prosecutor and judge to try and make a name for them selves. The kids who claimed abuse had been kicked out due to molesting other kids.

  4. Lady says :

    Ah. I grew up here. Spent 14.5 years of my life here. There was punishment, yes, but no abuse. I loved it. For every one person who hated it, you’ll find 15 who loved it and thrived. You don’t know what you’re talking about.

    • Jake Lastname says :

      I got help there! It was a horrible day when we were run out of class by sheriff’s and taken to a strange place where they tried to separate us. Eventually I was forced back to the gang saturated environment that I tried to get away from. After the acquittals why were we all just forgotten about? Why didn’t we get put back in class? To this day I still don’t understand. Oh well it’s just another cost that us at-risk youth had to pay. I miss all my BMCA family I hope y’all are doing ok.

    • Jake says :

      SBB?

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