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The high schoolers at Chesapeake Conference's Spencerville Adventist Academy recently attended a spiritual retreat, providing time for students and faculty to build a foundation in God’s Word.
At the NAD Educators' Convention, we asked teachers and educators a simple question: How can parents help their children succeed in school?
To honor our mothers and fathers in May and June, respectively, contributors Thomas and Hannah Luttrell interviewed two students from Chesapeake Conference’s Spencerville Adventist Academy.
Chesapeake Conference's Spencerville Adventist Academy (SAA) recently held its second annual Career Day for the entire student body, grades pre-K to 12.
Psalm 57:7 is one of many texts in the Bible that reference music—a powerful gift from God: “My heart, O God, is steadfast, my heart is steadfast; I will sing and make music” (NIV).
Spencerville Adventist Academy's high school students attended a spiritual retreat, themed “Reflecting Christ,” to foster a deeper personal relationship with God.
Paty Serrano recently started as the new Chesapeake Conference STEM coordinator. Serrano fills the position formerly held by Ophelia Barizo, who retired this summer.
Spencerville Adventist Academy’s chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) recently inducted 41 new members and two transfer members into their chapter, bringing the total membership to 86 students. Inductees are chosen for the excellence they exhibit in areas of scholarship, character, leadership and service.
Living during a pandemic is not something any of us ever expected to experience, but here we are, two years into the COVID-19 crisis. We each have a unique perspective and have been impacted in different ways—none of us have been untouched.
Spencerville Adventist Academy (SAA) students and staff recently partnered with Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington (ACSGW) to organize and pack 50 boxes of food in preparation for distribution. There has been an increase of people in need, including a number of recent refugee families from Afghanistan.