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Spring Flowers

Metamorphosis
—from Association to Academy

Freely we have received, and freely we give. Developing capacities to their fullest, Gilead Academy educates students today for the world of tomorrow. Built on the solid foundation of the Bible and with a non-profit charter, we rest on God's providential care and leading. With a strong emphasis on music, health, and horticulture the Academy operates year round enabling a broad curriculum and resourceful programs. Metamorphosis continued…

What's Happening

If you are planning to join us over the holiday season for spiritual refreshing, be sure to register so we can send confirmation. Bring your mittens and a spirit of adventure, you're sure to find someone who's ready for some winter fun.

It Only Takes a Spark

The weather outside may be frightful but the fire inside is so delightful! The winter's chill cannot quench the spark ignited by moving into the administrative offices. As the warmth and sunshine of summer facilitated an "external" transformation on the Academy campus, the chilly temperatures now allow us the opportunity to focus on "internal" reorganization and construction.

The expansion of office space allows for the constancy and stability needed in growth and development. Everything is much simpler—meetings, organization, planning. We're anticipating significant changes as course curriculums emerge first on paper then in the classroom. When sparks fly things catch fire.

In case you haven't heard, our 2015 Spring Meetings will be a four day event, Thursday, April 2nd through Sunday, April 5th. Mark your calendar, you won't want to miss.

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Soul Refreshment

"The Christian school will not countenance anything that will in any way suggest that there is any distinction between work and education: it will steadily and uncompromisingly hold that work is education and education is work. The Christian school will not recognize the view that work is a means to an education in the sense that a person can work his way to an education, and when he has obtained his education he can consider himself above such work. The Christian school will allow that work is a means to an education only in the single sense that the work itself is education; that true education is found in the very work itself."

A.T. Jones, The Place of the Bible in Education

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