This school year, staff and faculty across the Columbia Union Conference are serving children in more than 80 early childhood education centers, K–8 elementary schools, high schools and higher education institutions.
For seven years, local church members Bill and Cindy Champion worked to reclaim six acres of Shenandoah Valley Academy (SVA) property as plantable land. They hired student workers and operated a popular pick-your-own strawberry business.
Cynthia Poole, superintendente asociada de educación y directora del ministerio de la mujer en la conferencia de Allegheny East, se desempeñará como directora asociada de educación para la primera infancia.
On Friday, Oct. 13, 2023, business majors from the fields of marketing, accounting, and finance from Washington Adventist University (WAU) joined the 2nd annual DC Direct Innovation Challenge. Sponsored by the United States Postal Service and in partnership with Capital One, the event saw participation from regional universities including Bowie State, Georgetown, and the University of Maryland.
When 13 students from Columbia Union academies signed up for Washington Adventist University (WAU)’s dual- enrollment US Government class this summer, little did they know they wouldn’t just learn about government—they would live it.
Takoma Academy (TA) is known for its spectacular music program. Its select choir, Camerata, enjoys a significant music ministry. Under the directorship of Lulu Mupfumbu, Camerata has developed into a highly recognized choral program.
Takoma Academy (TA) is proud of its numerous alumni who have become health care professionals. Several senior class students were participants in this summer’s three-week long Minority Introduction to the Health Sciences (MITHS) program at Loma Linda University (Calif.), which has an established program for minority students.
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.