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Long Awaited Revival
Winning at Conflict Mediation
What God Does With Grumpy, Old Men
Boise Valley Adventist School teacher
By Melanie Lawson
Boise Valley Adventist School Students Produce BVAS LIFE Magazine
Students in grades five and six produce the BVAS LIFE magazine.
BVAS Prayer Answered, 10 Years in the Making
At the beginning of the 2022–2023 school year, Boise Valley Adventist School opened its doors to 94 students. The following weeks increased enrollment to 98 which is an answer to prayer 10 years in the making.
BVAS Adds a STEM Lab
As part of the process to become a STEM certified school, Boise Valley Adventist School developed a STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Math) laboratory.
Beloved Boise Valley Teacher Retires
Boise Valley Adventist School in Boise, Idaho, marked the end of an era with the retirement of Verna Reinbold, a beloved first and second grade teacher. Reinbold retired in May 2021 after 37 years of devoted service in the teaching profession — fo...
Superintendent Rejoins the Classroom
This last school year had a rocky start for Boise Valley Adventist School. After a series of circumstances presented themselves early into the new school year, BVAS found itself without a middle school teacher. Hiring in the fall proved to be a di...
Boise Valley Adventist School Features STEM-Certified Teachers
Boise Valley Adventist School embarked on an adventure in the fall of 2018 to become a STEM-accredited school.
Project Impact Expands at Boise Valley Adventist School
For several years, Project Impact has been synonymous with Idaho's Boise Valley Adventist School (BVAS). It is comprised of two words — project, a collaborative effort to achieve a goal, and impact, having a strong effect on someone. Project Impac...
BVAS Rallies to Support Family
Romans 12:13 was a continuing theme for the students, staff, families of Boise Valley Adventist School (BVAS), and members of the Cloverdale Church in Boise, Idaho, after learning the needs of one school family.
Boise Valley Adventist School Becomes Debt-Free
Several years ago, Boise Valley Adventist School (BVAS) accumulated a debt to the Idaho Conference. The debt came during a recession in the economy, and the Idaho Conference was generous enough to carry the school through hard times. Once the scho...
BVAS Students Dream Big
The upper grade students of Boise Valley Adventist School (BVAS) had the opportunity to dream big when the Dream House project was presented to their class.