Former Wall Street mogul Peter Scarbrow becomes headmaster of Mount Horizon, a progressive school for teens at risk, high in the mountains of the Northwestern United States.
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 Peter Scarbrow (22 episodes, 2000)
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 Scott Barringer (22 episodes, 2000)
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 Shelby Merrick (22 episodes, 2000)
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 Katherine Ann 'Kat' Cabot / ... (22 episodes, 2000)
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 Augusto 'Auggie' Ciceros (22 episodes, 2000)
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 Juliette Waybourne (22 episodes, 2000)
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 Ezra Friedken / ... (22 episodes, 2000)
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 Daisy Lipenowski (22 episodes, 2000)
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 Sophie Becker (17 episodes, 2000)
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Former Wall Street mogul Peter Scarbrow becomes headmaster of Mount Horizon, a progressive school for teens at risk, high in the mountains of the Northwestern United States.

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When Their Troubles Can't Be Solved, He's Their Last Chance.

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14 January 2000 (USA)  »

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Originally aired on Fridays at 9:00PM on American cable network, Fox Family, now ABC Family. Over the years, reruns of the show have aired on Encore WAM! and Canadian television network, VisionTV. See more »

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After Kat sees the blood on a shirt in Juliette's dirty laundry, she runs into the room and tears off the sleeve of Juliette's shirt. In the next shot, it's not torn, and in the following scenes when Juliette is being taken away and in the lodge it also isn't torn. (episode 11) See more »

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David Ruxton: You can't mess with a mess, man. It's, like, redundant.
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Simple Pleasures
Performed by Chic.P
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Troubled "at-risk" teens are sent to kind of a like a boot camp called Horizon.
29 January 2000 | by (Austin, Texas) – See all my reviews

I really like this TV show. I think the plots are really good. There's one actor, Hayden Christensen (plays Scott), who really shines in this show. He's really talented, he's already given me a great look at his acting capabilities. I think he's really gonna make it... I hope he does! He's got the good looks to pull it off! He makes the show extra good. But the rest are all great also, including the counselor (Joe Lando) who you may know from "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Women". But yes, the show keeps you glued to the set... but it's hard to say what you think about it, because it's so new! I think it has a bright future! I recommend it for all you TV surfers! Of course I'm a teen, so I'll always watch it for that hottie, Hayden! He really is a good actor, though... trust me! (not just drop dead gorgeous)


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