Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Blue Mountain Academy
God has moved powerfully over the last five years. Lives have been impacted and churches transformed.
“I’ve always aspired to become a pilot,” says Abner Lozano.
As a sophomore, Lozano learned his dream could come true at Blue Mountain Academy (BMA) through the aviation program offered on campus by Training Mission Aviation. He enrolled in ground school his junior year and began flying soon after that.
João Marques’ mother prayed for her son. His friends were a bad influence on him, but she believed that God would change him. Then they heard about Blue Mountain Academy.
After 22 years, Pennsylvania Conference's Blue Mountain Academy (BMA) announces the retirement of Rosemary Eyer, the school’s administrative assistant and attendance officer.
Scott Kabel, who has ties to Pennsylvania Conference’s Blue Mountain Academy, hosts a blossoming weekly game night in Hawaii for church and community members.
The prayers of many led Arionna Haakenson to attend and thrive at Blue Mountain Academy (BMA).
When Miguel Couto first came to Blue Mountain Academy (BMA), he was stuck in a cycle of bad habits and making trouble, to the point he was almost asked to leave the school.
Sponsored by Blue Mountain Academy (BMA) and the Pennsylvania Conference Education Department, students from across Pennsylvania recently enjoyed fine-tuning their skills in basketball, volleyball and football at Sports Fest, a one-day event for grades five through eight, held on BMA’s grounds.
Blue Mountain Academy (BMA) began the new year with 161 students—an increase in enrollment over the past three years—and with several “power weekends” featuring speakers who shared their testimonies and challenged the young people and staff to take the steps needed to strengthen their relationships with God.
Nalda Hernandez was concerned for her son Antonio. He was being bullied in school, and the emotional stress resulted in him not caring about anything, including his grades. She knew he needed a change, but as a single mom, could she afford a Seventh-day Adventist education? On the other hand, could she afford not to?