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One of the new class additions to Chesapeake Conference's Highland View Academy curriculum this school year is in the area of astronomy.
In March 2020, Highland View Academy (HVA) faced a dilemma—how to keep their campus family of faculty and students connected as they faced an uncertain future with a pandemic quickly taking over school and personal life.
As I talk with parents and students about obtaining a Seventh-day Adventist education, an issue that often arises is how can they afford the investment and make it a reality.
This spring and summer, one student from each of the Columbia Union Conference academies received the Caring Heart Award from Columbia Union’s Office of Education. Those honored demonstrated a commitment to service and witnessing.
Earlier this year, 20 Highland View Academy (HVA) juniors and seniors joined more than 100 academy students from across the Chesapeake Conference to participate in the second annual Capital Model United Nations (Model UN), held at Washington Adventist University in Takoma Park, Md.
A Highland View Academy senior reflects on how gratitude knows no linguistic or cultural barriers.
The Hagerstown, Md., boarding school’s YOUniversity program offers students a wide range of seminars not generally covered in the school's academic and spiritual program.
Story by Lori Zerne
Malcom Hutchinson leaves Richmond Academy in Virginia to lead Chesapeake Conference's boarding academy in Hagerstown, Md.
Story by Samantha Young
Ophelia M. Barizo, chairperson of the Science department at Highland View Academy (HVA) in Hagerstown, Md., was recently named the high school level winner of the Making a Difference Award.