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Introduction
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For 125 years, this academy has had one purpose-to prepare students for the Second Coming of Christ by instilling in each a love for God, for learning, for life and for service. It has seen many changes since it opened in 1886 as Milton Academy. Originally the school was located in Milton-Freewater, Oregon, where the City Hall building is situated today. It was the first Seventh-day Adventist academy in the Pacific Northwest.

In 1892 Milton Academy joined Walla Walla College and was renamed Walla Walla College Academy. It academically separated from the college in 1935, was accredited by the State in 1937 and has remained so through the current year. When a new Clara E. Rogers Elementary School was built in 1953, the academy moved to the old elementary school building. In 1964 another move brought the school to its current location and the academy became known as Walla Walla Valley Academy (WWVA). Through all the changes our mission has remained constant.

Walla Walla Valley Academy will provide you with opportunities to develop spiritually, academically, physically and socially within a Christian environment.

We are pleased you are interested in a Christian education and considering Walla Walla Valley Academy. If you have questions please contact any of our administrators.

Join us!. You will find friendly students, knowledgeable faculty, an exceptional educational program, and be spiritually blessed.

 
 
 
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