Okanagan Adventist Academy

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Okanagan Adventist Academy
Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
Type Co-educational
Denomination Seventh-day Adventist
Established 1917
Grades Preschool-12
Number of students 107
Colour(s) Red, Black, White
Team name OKAA Eagles

Okanagan Adventist Academy or OKAA for short is a private academy with approximately 60 students enrolled in grades Preschool-12. The school takes part in and also sometimes hosts the annual B.C Fellowship of Christian Athletes or FCA for short, however other Adventist schools from Alberta and Washington state do sometimes attend. Sports played include Volleyball and Flag Football, both are played at the junior (grades 10 down) and senior (Grades 12 down) levels.

In 2004 the school underwent major reconstruction, which saw a new front entrance and a rebuild roof in some areas.

A student association is part of the school, the body manages events like, Christmas Banquets, high school lock-in, Spirit week and other small events with both high school and elementary involvement.

Okanagan Adventist Academy is affiliated with the Seventh-day Adventist Church which owns and manages it.

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