Larry Hiday

CAA Gleaner correspondent

'Dysfunctional Family' Helps Raise $200,000

With the prospects of winter storms and high winds, the morning of Nov.

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CAA Stays Knee-Deep in Prayers

It’s often easy to get wrapped up in the day to day of academics, sports and other extracurricular school activities and forget that there is a battle for hearts going on at all times: “For we wres

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CAA Says Hello, Goodbye

The weekend of June 6 was filled with activities culminating the high school careers of 31 students at Columbia Adventist Academy (CAA) in Battle Ground, Wash.

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Columbia Students Create HeART

Expressing oneself is personal. Making art is personal too.

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Columbia Adventist Academy Pursues Full-Time Philanthropy

One of Webster’s definitions of philanthropy is “the desire to promote the welfare of others.” And that makes the activities of this past fall at Columbia Adventist Academy (CAA) in Ba

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'Global Warming' Hits CAA Campus

Just as the days are shortening, the clouds graying and the leaves changing color, there are strong evidences that trends of change have also hit Columbia Adventist Academy (CAA) in Ba

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Principal's Partnership Promotes Professional Professors

His upbringing as a "Brit," with all of the traditions that carries, has not prevented Matthew Butte, principal of Columbia Adventist Academy (CAA) in Battle Ground, Wash

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Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow CAA Student Donates Hair

What's the story behind a beautiful, reserved sophomore at Columbia Adventist Academy (CAA) being the brunt of name-calling?

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Senior Class Interviews Guantánamo Bay Prosecutor

Contemporary Moral Issues is a Bible class that students take during their senior year at Columbia Adventist Academy (CAA).

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An Oil Spill, a Match and an Emergency Phone Call

While removing the old Columbia Adventist Academy (CAA) boiler building in the summer of 2009, the fuel storage tanks were exposed, and workers discovered that kerosene a

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