Larry Hiday

CAA Gleaner correspondent

An Icon Says 'Good-bye' To the End of an Era

They say the only thing that stays the same is "change," but for the last 32 years the only one who stayed at Columbia Adventist Academy through all those changes was Rea

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CAA Biology Trip Research 'Transecting' all Disciplines

Usually 6:30 a.m. isn't the time to ask academy students to show up for school.

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It's a Sprint to the Finish Line

In Scripture, Paul frequently compares living the Christ-filled life to running a race.

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Columbia Gives a Divergence of Musical Gifts

Columbia Adventist Academy in Battle Ground, Wash., thanked the community for supporting them generously over the years and especially throughout their recent capital cam

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Columbia Academy's Thanksgiving "Fun Raising"

If "a merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones" (Prov.

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CAA Leadership A Continuing Tradition

Leadership has played an important role at Columbia Adventist Academy, in Battle Ground, Wash.

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Putting the 'Teeth' into Experiential Learning at CAA

Most schools pride themselves on classroom learning and on their great faculty and student body. Columbia Adventist Academy is no different.

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Butte Surpasses CAA Goal ... 'Bearly'

Students at Columbia Adventist Academy in Battle Ground, Wash., have seen God's blessings with the transformation of their campus.

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Columbia Strikes Oil Gains Class Gift

Most senior classes don't decide what they're going to leave behind as a class gift before their senior year.

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Giving: The Lifeblood of Columbia Adventist Academy

At the end of a $6.2-million-dollar-capital-campaign tunnel at Columbia Adventist Academy, one might think it's all about the money, but that couldn't be further from the

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