Livingstone Adventist Academy Setting Records

The Oregon Conference’s newest senior high school, Livingstone Adventist Academy (formerly Livingstone Junior Academy), began its 105th year with an all-time record enrollment of 262 students attending kindergarten through grade 11, surpassing the previous high of 243 set in 1971. “It will definitely be a busy year for us, but I am excited about this class and look forward to spending the school year with them,” said Jody Seigal, kindergarten teacher.

In addition to the eager kindergarteners, Livingstone (LAA) is proud to have 11 eleventh graders attending for the first time. LAA announced their new status of "senior academy" with a booth at the Oregon Conference Camp Meeting in Gladstone, Ore. Barbara Livesay, principal, says of this most recent Livingstone milestone, “We are certainly excited, but more than that, we feel blessed that the Lord has led all of these kids and their families to us. We humbly take on the challenges before us and strive to make Livingstone the best place for children to learn not only educational values, but Christian values as well."

LAA is located at 5771 Fruitland Road NE in Salem, Ore. For more information, visit their Web site at www.laa.info.

November 01, 2003 / Oregon Conference
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