Larry Hiday

CAA Gleaner correspondent

Beloved CAA Icon Rests

A beloved teacher passed away Feb. 27, 2018, after a second bout with cancer.

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CAA Experiences Old Memories, New Gym and Answered Prayers

“Learning” and “meeting the mission of Seventh-day Adventist Christian education” are not isolated to classroom experiences but can take place wherever intentional effort has been planned.

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CAA Shares Christ at Home and Abroad

While we often read Gleaner articles about sharing Christ on mission trips, the learning that develops this desire to share Him often takes place at school or in the home.

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CAA Chapel Highlights Quality Students

Columbia Adventist Academy (CAA) in Battle Ground, Wash., is blessed to have an increase in the number of students this year but as we all know, “it’s quality, not quantity.” This truism is support

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Golf Course to Seminary and Back to School

Columbia Adventist Academy (CAA) in Battle Ground, Wash., has been blessed to have fantastic principals over its 104-year history, and the last three years have been no different with Jeff Jackson

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CAA Sports Fantastic Coaches and Players

Often the only factor used to determine the success of a team is the number in the “wins” column.

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CAA Experiences the Magic of Giving

One of Webster's definitions of magic is "an extraordinary power or influence seemingly from a supernatural source." That would certainly be the perfect description of what took place on Nov.

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CAA Is Fired Up and Celebrating

God's faithfulness was once again experienced at Columbia Adventist Academy (CAA) in Battle Ground, Wash., and it called for a celebration.

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New Faces, New Classes Come to CAA

“Sing unto the LORD a new song; for He hath done marvellous things" (Ps. 98:1).

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CAA Sees Sign of Miracles

I will ... open you the windows of heaven, and pour you out a blessing, that there shall not be room enough to receive it. Mal. 3:10

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