Dakota Adventist Academy (DAA) (North Dakota, US)

A coeducational boarding school on the senior high school level situated northwest of Bismarck, North Dakota, overlooking the Missouri River. The school is owned and operated by the Dakota Conference, under the jurisdiction of the Mid-America Union. Jeannette Johnson received an academy scholarship for coming up with the name for the new academy-Dakota Adventist Academy. Dakota Adventist Academy opened its doors for the first school year September 1977 with a very incomplete building. The academy building houses classrooms, dorm rooms, chapels, gymnasium, and cafeteria all under one roof. The boys’ and girls’ dorms consist of three wings each on alternate sides of the building, with a total of 96 student rooms plus guest rooms. Each two-room unit is connected by an adjoining bathroom. ...

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

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