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| 410 N 100 E, Koosharem, UT 84744, USA|
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Sorenson's Ranch School is a fully functioning ranch school that claims to help struggling youth. Sorenson’s Ranch School is located in Koosharem, Utah. Sorenson’s Ranch School is a licensed residential treatment center in the State of Utah that assists troubled teens. It seeks to provide clinical services, education, and other programs for teens that are identified as at risk. Sorenson’s Ranch School is accredited through the Northwest Accreditation Commission In 2006, the school filed suit against MySpace, because a of past attendees, labeling themselves "survivors", were alleging that the Sorensons engaged in child abuse, employed underqualified staff, and engaged in false advertising. When the MySpace pages were taken down, they withdrew the suit.
Sorenson's Ranch School Wikipedia
Sorenson’s Ranch School offers a comprehensive sports program, for boys only. Sports help teach teamwork, accountability and discipline, for boys only. Students participate in sports with surrounding schools in sports such as basketball, and wrestling. For boys only. The Sorenson's Ranch School Mustangs Football Team also competes with surrounding schools.
Sorenson’s Ranch School is accredited through The Northwest Accreditation Commission Sorenson’s Ranch is also registered with the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs Sorenson’s Ranch School is registered with The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO). The Joint Commission typically is a certification for hospitals; however, the Joint Commission provides accreditation, including deemed status accreditation for several other types of health care organizations in addition to hospitals
Sorenson’s Ranch School was founded in 1959 by Burnell Sorenson. Burnell and his wife, Carrol Sorenson, were both school teachers. Because of the declining health of Burnell, Shane and Jill Sorenson took over the helm of the school around 1998. Layne Bagley took over as the primary admissions person.