How to use Boot-camps in a sentence

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  • Adolescents who attend boot camps for troubled teens are either sentenced to attend one by a judge in lieu of jail time or are put there by their parents or guardians, who fear their child's behavior may get worse if it is not corrected.

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  • State-funded boot camps are free for teens who are in the juvenile justice system.

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  • Also, state-funded boot camps are closer to home, which can tempt parents to withdraw their children before they are ready to come home.

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  • Common programs include boarding schools, military schools, residential treatment centers, wilderness programs and boot camps.

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  • It's important to research boot camps and wilderness programs when deciding what type of troubled teen camp to enroll your teen in during the summer.

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  • The purpose of boot camps is to show troubled teens that life can be much harder than they realize if they don't change their ways.

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  • A criticism of boot camps is that the effects are temporary.

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  • Wilderness programs are longer than boot camps and the exact length depends on the program you choose for your teen.

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  • There are many other military schools, boot camps and local treatment centers that have troubled teen programs available.

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  • From holiday parties that benefit local charities, to night club boot camps that allow you to learn all forms of club social dance, 3rd Street Dance is always bustling with both beginning and intermediate students.

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  • Hundreds of years ago, people didn't have gym memberships and personal training boot camps.

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