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- Pine Forge Academy
Pine Forge Academy (PFA) recently celebrated its 48th Alumni Weekend. At the gathering, the National Pine Forge Academy Alumni Association (NPFAAA) raised more than $50,000 toward the Worthy Student Scholarship Fund.
Pine Forge Academy’s (PFA) dedication to excellence in nurturing young minds has resulted in an ambitious vision to revitalize its boys’ and girls’ dormitories. The project, initiated in 2022, encompassed the renovation of Handy Hall, the boys’ dormitory, and Kimbrough Hall, the girls’ dormitory.
This year, Pine Forge Academy (PFA) added Aviation 100 to its credit-bearing elective course offerings. The academy partnered with BMRI High School Aviation STEM Co-op, which uses a curriculum created by the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) Foundation.
Earlier this year, two juniors from Allegheny East Conference's Pine Forge Academy attended The Hague International Model United Nations conference to debate world issues with other young adults.
Earlier this year, two Pine Forge Academy (PFA) juniors attended The Hague International Model United Nations (THIMUN) conference held in the Netherlands.
Pine Forge Academy (PFA) holds two weeks of prayer during the first semester of the year: a “Back to School Revival” and a “Fall Week of Prayer.” This past fall, the school community witnessed 19 students make a decision for Christ at the conclusion of Week of Prayer.
Extracurricular clubs are a resourceful, fun and interactive way to teach students new information and skills. This year, faculty and staff at Pine Forge Academy (PFA) are utilizing clubs to share their personal hobbies with students.
Lawita G. Cheatham-Hemphill has joined Allegheny East Conference's Pine Forge Academy (PFA) administrative team as the director of development.
Allegheny East Conference's Pine Forge Academy staff recently held an Honors Convocation ceremony in which students were recognized for their academic efforts.
During a recent Sabbath jubilee service, the Pine Forge (Pa.) church celebrated its 75th anniversary. Witnessed by members, guests and supporters, Pete Palmer, Allegheny East Conference (AEC) president, and his wife, Dahlia, also attended.