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By Jaci Toews
WWVA Seniors Serve in Florida
If you had been in the Filsbury Neighborhood of Vero Beach, Fla., on the mornings of April 19 and 20, you would have seen a group of grinning young people, carrying black garbage bags and picking up trash, or wielding rakes and shovels. Clearly, t...
New Faces at Walla Walla Valley Academy
Walla Walla Valley Academy (WWVA) welcomed three new faculty members this year: Cliff Dolph, Angela Oetman, and Keith Wells. Cliff Dolph teaches English, filling Rose Marie Walter's vacated position. He has previously taught at Cascade Christian A...
Walla Walla Valley Academy Expands Its Curriculum
During the new school year, Walla Walla Valley Academy (WWVA) is expanding its curriculum in the English, math and science departments. The added courses will help "cover a full spectrum of student needs," says Jim Eiseman, vice principal for acad...
WWVA Seniors Recognized for Excellence by the Walla Walla Exchange Club
Walla Walla Valley Academy (WWVA) seniors Sydney Boyd and Stephanie Field were selected by the Walla Walla Exchange Club as Youths of the Month. During a spring luncheon at the Elks Lodge, the two seniors were honored for outstanding achievement.S...
Changes for Walla Walla Valley Academy
At the conclusion of the 2004–05 school year, Walla Walla Valley Academy (WWVA) said goodbye to three of its beloved faculty. Roman Hintz, Rose Marie Walter, and Cheryl Wren have each begun a new chapter of their lives.Roman Hintz has retired afte...
WWVA Breaks for Service
Walla Walla Valley Academy (WWVA) students scattered abroad on various mission trips during spring break. Destinations included Pasco, Pohnpei and El Salvador. The mission projects were varied: building churches, running a basketball camp, and org...
WWVA Puts Mission In Action with Food Drive
Walla Walla Valley Academy (WWVA) freshmen Brittany Englehart and Sonja Rootvik sit in the Bible classroom at Walla Walla Valley Academy with 6,000 pounds of food collected by students for the holiday season at the Blue Mountain Action Council Foo...
Project Impact WWVA Students Make an Impact in Their Community
The classrooms and halls at Walla Walla Valley Academy (WWVA) were curiously quiet on Oct. 29, 2004. Nearly 300 students and teachers abandoned classes for the day to continue a wonderful annual tradition—“Project Impact.”“For me, the day is all a...
WWVA Seniors Survive the Wild Bonding with Each Other and God
The September air was charged with anticipation when 73 Walla Walla Valley Academy (WWVA) seniors made the five-hour journey to the Idaho wilderness for a course in wilderness survival. For five days they would be at the mercy of the elements . . ...