Buenos Aires Adventist Academy (Florida, US)

(Instituto Adventista Florida). A coeducational day school on the senior high school level situated in Florida, a suburb about a mile from the Buenos Aires city limits, in the province of Buenos Aires. The school is owned and operated by the South Argentine Mission and serves 13 of the 30 Seventh-day Adventist churches of Greater Buenos Aires. The curriculum consists of the five-year official secondary course, accredited by the Argentina Ministry of Education. The academy originated as a primary school, established in 1913, owned and operated by the Florida church, called Bernardino Rivadavia. Secondary instruction began in 1937 under the direction of David Rhys, the second and third years being added later. A night commercial course was added in 1938, incorporated to the Academia Mercanti...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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