Paris Jackson to Attend Special School for Troubled Teens

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Paris Jackson will reportedly be heading to Diamond Ranch Academy in Utah, which is a school for troubled teens who are 12-18 years of age. When Paris Jackson was rejected from the rehab facility her family wanted her to go to, the fam had to quickly come up with a plan "B."

According to Hollyscoop, the 15-year-old will be enrolling in a boarding school for troubled teens.

The school, called Diamond Ranch Academy, is located in Utah, which is the same state the family wanted her to go to rehab in. It is described as a "premier youth residential treatment center for struggling teens ages 12-18."

Paris reportedly feels fine and ready to go home, according to The Sun, but a source said "the doctors and her family are not taking any chances."

This might be helpful for Paris on many levels. She will apparently be working on her depression at the academy, but it also seems like a better alternative than her returning to her old school, where she was being bullied.

As always, we wish Paris the best and hope that this helps her heal.

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