ANNVILLE – 18 cadets enrolled in the first-ever Keystone State ChalleNGe Academy (KSCA) class graduated from the 22-week residential phase of the program on their way to a brighter future. The KSCA is designed to give challenged teens a second chance at obtaining their basic education, learn leadership, self-discipline, and responsibility while working toward finishing their education and building a better life. The cadets will now complete a one-year mentorship phase of the program throughout various communities while they continue their education, join the workforce or enter the military.

The first class of its kind, the Keystone State ChalleNGe Academy for at-risk teens celebrates the gradution of 18 cadets who were enrolled in this 22-week residential program.