Auburn Moves Forward, Looks Upward

Fall week of prayer energized Auburn Adventist Academy (AAA) students as they learned more about who God is from local pastor and guest speaker Robin Song. The week ended with Community Service Day, another highlight as students went out into the local community to help clean up parks, bag and shelve food at the local food bank, and plant trees.

Auburn's sports programs are in full swing as well. Students participated in volleyball and soccer during the fall sports season. Both teams were able to enjoy Fall Classic at Walla Walla University. 

The boys soccer team finished out their season winning the Sea-Tac league championship tournament this year with noted sportsmanship, honoring the Sabbath hours and remembering last year's undefeated season. The coaches are also exceptionally proud of the Falcon cross-country team, which brought home the Sea-Tac League team Sportsmanship Award.

Many who remember the aviation program at AAA will be thrilled about the resurrection of a portion of that program with the start of ground school. Mike Latta, a retired American Airlines captain, will be teaching Auburn students all they need to know to pass the FAA Private Pilot Knowledge Test.

"We are praising God for the amazing people, students and programs that are going on all over our campus," says John Soule, AAA principal. "As Auburn moves forward, we are looking upward as we seek to follow God's plan for this academic institution."

December 14, 2015 / Washington Conference
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