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.
Earlier this year, I traveled with10 students from the Washington Adventist University (WAU) mock trial team that I coach to our regional competition at Princeton University. There, we were scheduled to participate in four trials against university teams from up and down the east coast.
More than 120 students from Atholton Adventist, Highland View, Pine Forge, Spencerville Adventist and Takoma academies represented 39 countries in Washington Adventist University's recent CAPITALMUN Conference, based on the United Nations General Assembly and/or the United Nations Security Council.
For the last couple of years, I’ve been participating in Partnership for Eternity. Since 2006, this program has been helping cultivate relationships between mentors and students at Seventh-day Adventist academies and elementary schools.
Recently, three alumni of Pine Forge Academy (PFA): Donna Franklin (’66), Beverly Vaughn (’67) and Rocky Twyman (’66), were honored as part of La Sierra University’s (LSU) 100 outstanding graduates during its Gala Centennial Celebration.