Antrim Township approves plan to establish a school for at-risk girls

Pennsylvania

Antrim Township Supervisors have approved a plan to establish a boarding school for at-risk girls in Greencastle, Pennsylvania. 

The Township Supervisors set forth guidelines that the boarding school, to be named “Monarch’s Way,” would have to adhere to.

Some of the rules were that only 20 students could live in the mansion, all the girls will have to be supervised at all times, and that there should be one staff member for every eight students. The school must also follow all of the codes and ordinances set forth by state, local, and township authorities before it can open up. 

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