Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Lake Nelson Adventist Academy
Toward the end of last school year, students from Lake Nelson Adventist Academy focused on environmental stewardship for the academic fair, researching and creating dynamic projects focused on reducing, reusing and recycling in a variety of contexts.
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.
Lake Nelson Adventist Academy (LNAA) ends every calendar year with one of its most important and meaningful events—the Christmas program. With every year, this ministry increases in importance and becomes more memorable.
In partnership with the Waldwick Adventist School (N.J.) and the Vine Haven Adventist School (N.J.), Lake Nelson Adventist Academy in Piscataway, N.J., recently had a very special and unique leadership training.
At the end of the 2020–21 school year, the North American Division (NAD) Substantial Change in Program Visiting committee granted Lake Nelson Adventist Academy (LNAA) the permission to operate a satellite education program this school year to offer grades 11–12 at the Waldwick Adventist School and grades 9–12 at the Vine Haven Adventist School.
La Academia Adventista Lake Nelson (LNAA) se asoció recientemente con la Escuela Adventista de Waldwick y la Escuela Adventista de Vine Haven para ofrecer cursos de secundaria que conducirán a diplomas de secundaria de LNAA.
The Lake Nelson Adventist Academy family and the entire state of New Jersey recently experienced a storm that rocked their campus.
With the recent development of Lake Nelson Adventist Academy's new satellite school program, students from the Waldwick Adventist School will be able to receive honors and college credits in several courses.
Lake Nelson Adventist Academy is a relatively small school located in Piscataway. The sophomore class only has 15 students, including myself, but, as a result, we are a truly connected community.
The education community at Lake Nelson like many other schools, learned how to navigate the year 2020 and all of its challenges.