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And in promotional videos, student after student offers up glowing testimonials, especially about their teachers. “Educating the whole person in body, mind and spirit.” But a CTV W5 investigation has found that Grenville, once an elite private boarding school on the banks of the St. For hundreds of former students, the school, which now sits empty having closed its doors in 2007, is a place haunted with painful memories. I’m terrified.” With a Grenville brochure in hand, Andrew Hale-Byrne recalled his family’s search for a school and thinking they’d found a place like the finest boarding schools in his native United Kingdom. But soon after arriving at the school, he witnessed first-hand the dark side.

According to the brochures, students attending Grenville Christian College would find academic excellence. W5 spoke with several alumni who recounted disturbing stories about their years at the school and the abuses they suffered – allegations of physical, sexual and psychological abuse during the 1970s, '80s and '90s. “Probably the worst memory, they beat the crap out of me with a desk top to the point where I couldn’t stand, because God told them to do it to me.” Standing at the edge of the property, Jacqueline Thomas could barely look up at the sprawling campus. “This is the first time I’ve been here in 22 years. “My mother commented that it looked better than most country clubs she’d seen. “One thing that stuck out in my mind and I found this particularly disturbing from the very first moment I witnessed it was the public humiliations in the chapel and the dining room where they (the headmaster and teachers) would drag a student onto the stage and that person would be ripped apart, humiliated, shamed in front of the entire student body.” What Andrew found troubling was that the brochure promised “love and Christian teaching,” but, he says, they got neither.

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You need a foundation of honesty to build a good relationship on, and flirting is almost all pretending. I so love the attention, but I know it’s superficial. —Brad I want honest, meaningful, and fun conversation. —Matt That if she wants real, honest, mature friends, she needs to be a real, honest, and mature friend.

Cautiously, I clicked on the button, “Connect.” Welcome to chat “Welcome to the room, we’re glad to have you! Over the next several weeks I began to share my journey. They knew His compassion toward the broken-hearted and were willing to listen to my pain.

BROCKVILLE, ONT - The school yearbooks and glossy brochures all show images of beaming students getting a good Christian education.Though peer pressure is doubtless significant to a degree, actually, it is the parents’ influence that is most significant; in terms of what they do, and what they don’t do.Alone and discouraged, I sat staring at a computer screen.The Barna Research Group (specializing in the study of religious trends) recently suggested that 63% of America’s teens professing Christianity “do not believe that Jesus is the Son of the one true God, and 58% believe all faiths teach equally-valid truths.” One of the troubling conclusions to clearly result from these studies is the fact that just “going to church” was not enough to prevent the drift into the doctrinal error and wanton lifestyles characteristic of thousands of “Christian” teens.Many parents believe that peer-pressure is the greatest influence upon their youngsters, but studies dispute this.

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