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April 18, 2010 12:11 AM

Stanislaus Military Academy helps teens find inner discipline

A few years ago, teenager Jonathan Gentry was taking drugs, drinking alcohol, breaking the law, cussing at police officers and hitting his parents. He was a follower. Today, Gentry is a leader. He enrolled in the Stanislaus Military Academy, and the 18-year-old found the structure and discipline he needed.

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