Indiana Academy

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This article is about the Seventh-day Adventist school in Cicero, Indiana. For other uses, see Indiana Academy (disambiguation).
Indiana Academy
I.A. logo.png
Corpus, Mens, Spiritus
Body, Mind, Spirit
Location
Cicero, Indiana (Hamilton), 46034
Coordinates 40°08′54″N 86°00′40″W / 40.1483°N 86.0111°W / 40.1483; -86.0111Coordinates: 40°08′54″N 86°00′40″W / 40.1483°N 86.0111°W / 40.1483; -86.0111
Information
Type Private Secondary School
Established 1902
Principal Jeremy Hall
Campus Rural
Affiliation Seventh-day Adventist Church
Website

Indiana Academy, also known as IA, is a Seventh-day Adventist secondary school located in Cicero, Indiana. Indiana Academy is owned and operated by the Indiana Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and is one of many Adventist secondary educational institutions. The average class size is twenty-five students, and the school has a graduation rate of 95%. On the IA campus students obtain a strong academic education and develop a good work ethic useful later in life. Not only does Indiana Academy teach students Biblical knowledge, but the students also serve the community with activities such as Project 58, as well as engaging in mission projects all over the world.

History[edit]

The school first opened on October 29, 1902, as Boggstown Manual Training Academy. The school was named after the town it was built in. In 1904 the school had moved to Beechwood, IN. where it was named Beechwood Academy. It was in 1921 that the school moved to its present day location, and was called Indiana Academy. The location in Cicero, IN was choose to be able to have a school farm and to be located near a rail road. The first Administration Building began in 1923 and destroyed by fire in 1995. The Gym was completely built by 1952.

Accreditation[edit]

Indiana Academy is accredited by Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Secondary Schools (MSCSS). IA is also accredited by the Board of Regents of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, and the National Council for Private School Accreditation.

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References[edit]

Indiana Academy Centennial by the Indiana Academy Alumni Association