WWVA Day Hosts Student Visitors

June 01, 2009 | Angela Oetman

WWVA Day on Friday, April 3, was a great success with more than 70 prospective students visiting the campus. Natalie Slusarenko, junior class president, gave the opening worship talk, sharing her hope in Christ for the future.

Prospective students toured the campus where they received information on academics, the student association, ice-breaker activities and classroom tours. Visiting students came from Harris Junior Academy, Hermiston Junior Academy, Liberty Christian School, Milton-Stateline School, Rogers Adventist School, Tri-City Junior Academy and home schools.

Participants had the opportunity to apply for scholarships in English, geography, math and science. Over $5,000 was awarded in scholarships to be applied in the 2009–2010 school year.

At the close of the visit students attended a final assembly in the gymnasium where the WWVA Acros performed one of their outstanding routines. Guests received scholarships, prizes and t-shirts. Students commented on how much fun their visit was and how they appreciated the helpful and welcoming hosts.