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The Leelanau School, Michigan, student underground archive, Jul 2009

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August 4, 2009

The Leenanau School is a coed boarding high school located in Glen Arbor, Michigan.

This archive presents a copy of the recently closed "Leelanau Underground" website (, which served as a focus for complaints about the school's operations.

The postings, copies of the school underground newsletter, and the files from this site cover abuse of student rights and problems at the school.

The allegations include censorship, fraud, and violations of many laws. Among students, this includes sexual abuse and violence.

In some cases, students say they had physical threats made against them by staff for publishing the information. Information in the archive could cause Leelanau's accreditations to be pulled.
fastest (Sweden), current site, slow (US), Finland, Netherlands, Poland, Tonga, Europe, SSL, Tor

United States
University or research institution
The Leelanau School
Primary language
File size in bytes
File type information
Zip archive data, at least v1.0 to extract
Cryptographic identity
SHA256 f3decbfeda4ef7b872bf7208eb6aab43c58702964c88dcacc43b953067142492

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