News and Events

The Seventh-day Adventist Church desires through all of its educational programs to help prepare the youth for effective citizenship on this earth and for a rewarding citizenship in the New Earth.

The educational program of the church gives primary emphasis to character building and to the spiritual foundation in the life of its children and youth. Moreover, it makes abundant provision for the acquisition and interpretation of that which is appropriate from the store of secular knowledge and skills for mental, social, vocational, and physical development.

Fall Field Day
Reminder that students are to wear their Campus Family team colors for Fall Field Day on Monday, October 20th. School dismisses at noon and Parent/Teacher Conferences are from 3:30-7:00  
Campus Families
Attached you will find the new Campus Families list with the S.A. Leaders and team colors. These colors are to be worn for each Campus Cup activity including the Fall Field Day on Monday.
Click Here for Campus Family list

Fall Celebration, "A Day on The Farm" Field Trip
Many, many thanks to the Emde family (Angela and Brad) for hosting our three field trips for “A Day on the Farm” out at Ben and Jane Dyer’s property along the Nolichucky. Students had worship, made crafts, and took a hayride. They learned about planting, harvesting and reaping, the importance of an early rain and latter rain and how these relate to our work as a church and body of believers. Students learned terms like: crop rotation, soil nutrients, Rhizobium, good soil vs bad soil, etc. It was a wonderful time for all our students.
School Portrait Days (DATE CHANGED)
Due to the photographer’s illness, our school portrait days which were scheduled for Thursday, 9/25 & Friday, 9/26 have been changed to Thursday, October 23rd for grades 3-12 and November 12th for grades K/2 and their siblings and for make-ups.
The portrait studio associates will be here to present the portrait packages on Friday, November 21st.

Shield The Vulnerable
All current church/school employees and volunteers who work with our children/youth are required to participate in the Shield the Vulnerable screening program. Please help us keep your children safe. It's no cost to you and you will have the assurance knowing that your child is in a safe school environment.
Click here for directions.
Click here for the website.


▪ Just a reminder that there is NO GAA parking allowed in the Takoma Hospital’s Volunteer Center parking area during business hours. This parking area is for their employees and patients. Please do not park in their parking lot.
▪ The GAA school parking areas include:
  1. The playground area against the fence in front of the Shaw Center before and after school
  2. The right lane (as you’re going up) of the curved driveway during school hours.
▪ Please-Do not park in the parking spots usually occupied by the faculty.
▪ Please-Do not double-park and block in the faculty vehicles.
▪ Please-Do not block our neighbor Mrs. Reeves’ driveway (the areas that say “Do Not Block”)
▪ Please-Do not block the trash bin access for the truck.
▪ Please-Do not leave your vehicle unattended when you are in the drop-off/pick-up lane before 8:00 am and after school 3:00pm.


Shirt orders have arrived. If you would like to order additional shirts or other products, you may go to the Spirit and Pride website and order. www.spiritandpride.com
Be sure to use our school id # 112679



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Welcome Greeneville Adventist Academy students to another exciting year!!

May the Lord bless you and your efforts throughout this new school year!! I'm looking forward to His leading. ~ Mr. N


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