Golden Gate Academy (Oakland, California, US)

A coeducational day school instructing in grades 1-12 and serving the eastern Bay Area, operated by the Northern California Conference on a wooded 15-acre (six-hectare) site in the East Oakland hills (3800 Mountain Boulevard, Oakland, California). The school is accredited by the SDA Board of Regents, the University of California, and the Western Association of Schools. The school opened in 1923 under the direction of A. C. Nelson and a staff of nine teachers, in a former public school unit in Berkeley, purchased by the Northern California Conference. The main building contained classrooms, offices, a cafeteria, and a library. In addition, there was a chapel and a two-story industrial building. Principal Nelson’s administration (1923-1929) saw the growth of graduating classes from six to ...

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

Vertical Tabs

3800 Mountain Boulevard
Oakland, CA
United States