Only since enrolling here at Spring Ridge Academy that I have really learned what it means to be a part of a living and learning community.
Things were certainly not perfect when my daughter came home but unquestionably her life had been saved and she had an inner resolve to persevere.
I am genuinely happy in life. I made it just fine after missing half of high school even though it felt like the end of the world for a good amount of time.
Years after attending Spring Ridge Academy, the profound memories are still fresh in Eliza Epifano’s mind. So are the lessons. “I had to learn who I was. And that was a really challenging thing and I think that is something I still carry with me today. It’s an evolutionary process,” she said.
Parents of SRA Graduate: “She’s carried a lot of the knowledge she gained at SRA about herself with her.”
“When we went there and looked at the place, we saw kids who were dressed nicely, they had good manners and looked healthy and well cared for. All the things we wanted for her.”
SRA graduate: ‘I think being there made me realize I wanted to be a voice for people that couldn’t have a voice’
Spring Ridge Academy has produced some remarkable graduates over the years. One such person is Molly Casson, who spent roughly three years at SRA. She looks back at her time as a learning experience that also brought a tremendous amount of personal growth.