TA has graduated many successful professionals in business, health care, ministry and education, as well as some very successful entrepreneurs. Two of the school's more recent graduates are highlighted.
Spencerville Adventist Academy’s chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) recently inducted 41 new members and two transfer members into their chapter, bringing the total membership to 86 students. Inductees are chosen for the excellence they exhibit in areas of scholarship, character, leadership and service.
Earlier this year, Lake Nelson Adventist Academy (LNAA) had the honor of holding the annual induction ceremony for the National Honor Society (NHS). Twelve students were added to the LNAA chapter— nine from LNAA, two from Waldwick Adventist School and one from Vine Haven Adventist School.
Studying the history of African Americans and people of color is a year-round pursuit at Pine Forge Academy (PFA). But during Black History Month, the focus is greater with programs and activities to educate students and the community about their accomplishments.
With the increasing challenges of COVID-19, emotional health and technology addictions facing education today, Manassas Adventist Preparatory School (MAPS) in Virginia has sought a creative answer to these struggles by incorporating outdoor education into its classes.
Because Christian education continues to be a priority and the fact that Christian education transform lives by growth in wisdom, physical development, and the personal relationship with God and humanity, Washington Adventist University is offering to all Seventh-day Adventist members of the Columbia Union a flat tuition rate of $12K per year.
Senior Helmi Calles recently received the 2021 Susan Berry Leadership award at RingFest, held in Toledo, Ohio. The award recognizes one bell choir student each year in the North American Division who “demonstrates outstanding leadership in the art of handbells.”