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A group of troubled teens try to straighten their lives out at a wilderness camp.A group of troubled teens try to straighten their lives out at a wilderness camp.A group of troubled teens try to straighten their lives out at a wilderness camp.
In this reality series, a number of teenagers are followed during an unusual formative episode in their mischievous lives. The term brat suggests that their parents, who are also portrayed, are at least in part to blame for failing to provide a firm, guiding hand, as so many in the contemporary West, but theirs resort to an extraordinary remedy: the kids are signed over to the authority 'in loco parentis' of a professional (but self-made, not formally qualified) team which runs SageWalk, a cross between an old-fashioned summer-camp and a reformatory, in the Oregon forests. —KGF Vissers
Very Interesting show
I have just seen the pilot in Canada and I'm ready to see the next kid. It's reality about messed up kids being given a chance to make things right. Not all parents are perfect and some people see this camp as punishing kids, but they need to be diciplined. This isn't abuse. They are being sheltered, clothed, and fed appropirate healthy food. They are surrounded with trained survivalists and people able to help them. In a way these kids need to de-tox from the bad path each of them are on before the end up in prison or worse. This show is the reality upon the fictional series "Neon Rider" and "Higher Ground" is based. Both are about kids who are messed up and need to rough it to get clean. I look forward to the next episode.
- Mar 5, 2007
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