Recently, the Beltsville Adventist School’s (BAS) Robocats club in Beltsville, Md., seized victory by earning the FIRST LEGO League Champion’s Award at the Adventist Robotics Mid-Atlantic Region Qualifying Tournament.
Five Highland View Academy seniors recently had the opportunity to represent the nation of Equatorial Guinea at The Hague International Model United Nations (THIMUN) conference, themed “The Future of Borders.”
For the first time ever, high school students at Spring Valley Academy (SVA) participated in a special term, dubbed “J-Term.” During the week between holiday break and the beginning of second semester, staff members encouraged high school students to immerse themselves in something new.
Partnering with teachers, parents, students and God, Lake Nelson Adventist Academy (LNAA) strives to prepare students to reach their God-given potential and engage in service for Him. The annual Gospel Benefit Concert in February provides an opportunity for students to put their abilities and service into practice.
Kettering College challenges its students with rigorous academic courses and clinicals. And it strives to help students grow to be the spiritually mature people they want to be. The college’s required religion classes encourage students to first know themselves before they serve others.