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Continued: South metro Sobriety High students must explore other school options for fall

  • Article by: ERIN ADLER , Star Tribune
  • Last update: July 20, 2013 - 9:42 PM

McGlynn said he’s had preliminary conversations about starting a new sober school, but not until at least 2014.

Jaeger said he remembers how happy students at Sobriety High seemed when he first arrived, in contrast to how depressed he felt. “It was an actual community of kids who wanted to be sober, and that made me want to be sober, to be a part of that group,” he said. “That’s an experience you can only get at that school.”

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