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- Shenandoah Valley Academy
A spiritual revival occurred on the campus of Potomac Conference's Shenandoah Valley Academy during student-led Week of Prayer like nothing I’ve seen before.
March 21, 2023 by rbacchus
One tradition Shenandoah Valley Academy students look forward to—for more than 20 years now—is the handbell RingFest held in Toledo, Ohio.
February 06, 2023 by rbacchus
I am thankful Shenandoah Valley Academy is a place where young people learn about God in such practical ways.
November 29, 2022 by Web Administrator
At the recent Shenandoah Valley Academy Senior Dedication, Principal Don Short placed the Class of 2023—made up of 56 seniors—into God’s loving care during his dedication prayer:
October 25, 2022 by Web Administrator
It began two years ago, when I was asked if a Shenandoah Valley Academy (SVA) student in the Partnering for Eternity (PFE) work program could visit me once a week.
May 31, 2022 by Web Administrator
As 28 students filed into the classroom, music teacher Daniel Biaggi, an adult advisor for the Sources of Strength program, observed them.
March 01, 2022 by Web Administrator
Recently, the Shenandoah Valley Academy (SVA) campus family gathered in the church for a vespers—not just any vespers, however. This was the Reach Our Kids (ROK) program.
January 18, 2022 by Web Administrator
At a recent schoolwide chapel, Principal Don Short announced that the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program (NMSP) named senior Hania Kantzer a Commended Student, presenting her with a Letter of Commendation from Shenandoah Valley Academy and NMSP.
December 06, 2021 by hdecena
Throughout my life, this verse has always reminded me that God is in control. There are times when I wonder why things happen the way they do or if something in my life is the right thing for me. However, each time these doubts fill my mind, I remember that God puts everything in my life for a purpose.
December 03, 2021 by hdecena
I found myself at Psalms 118 and read it once, twice, three times; first in my head, and then aloud. The words were everything I needed at that moment. The psalm promised that God is there in my moments of distress, that He hears me when I feel overwhelmed and helpless and that He is my strength.