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General Information

This school is open to young people who want to develop a love for God and service, whether or not they are members of the Seventh-day Adventist church. Students will be expected to respect and uphold the principles and regulations of the school.

Parental Cooperation
Parent/guardian(s) are urged to cooperate with the school in upholding its policies. We invite parents to be aware of all regulations. A great responsibility rests upon them to carry out the Christian principles upon which the school operates.

Since WWVA is a day academy and has no accommodations for boarding students, it is the school policy that students must reside with parent/guardian. Students planning to attend while residing in homes other than those listed above must obtain approval from the administration before full acceptance can be granted. This must be done on a yearly basis. Any change of residence, other than with the immediate family, must receive the approval of the administration.

The library houses an increasing number of selected books for study, reference, and reading interest. In addition there are computers with on-line databases for student use. Most books and magazines may be checked out of the library. The library is open during the school day.

School Telephones
The school phones are used mainly for business. There is one phone provided for student use. Students will not be called out of class to answer the phone except in cases of emergency. Messages will be delivered.

Application Procedures
Students may be accepted upon completion of an application form, a letter from the applicant stating why they would like to attend to WWVA, and contingent upon WWVA receiving transfer grades, health, and other records from the previous school.

Send your admission packet to:
Walla Walla Valley Academy
300 SW Academy Way
College Place, WA  99324-1283

Students are not admitted for the last nine weeks grading period except under special circumstances and with approval by the faculty.

Washington state law requires that no student be admitted to school without written evidence of immunizations, signed by a physician, P.A., or N.P.

Pre-registration of current students is done during the spring of the previous year. New student applications are processed throughout the summer and during the school year.

All new students making application to attend WWVA must furnish a record of their previous schooling. Entering freshmen need to show evidence of completion of the eighth grade. Acceptance will be probationary until these records are on file.

300 SW Academy Way, College Place, WA 99324 | 509-525-1050 | 509-525-1056 (Fax)