Sandia View Academy
|Sandia View Academy|
|65 Sandia View Lane
Corrales, NM 87048
|Type||Private, Grades 9-12|
|Enrollment||33 in 2012-2013|
|Colors||Royal Blue and Gold|
|Website||Sandia View Academy|
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Sandia View Academy is a private high school in Corrales, Mexico. It is located in panoramic view of the Sandia Mountains. Sandia View Academy is a seven Albuquerque-area constituent church-run, grades 9-12th, accredited senior high school in the Texico Conference of the Southwestern Union Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The school was founded in 1967 and has students from Corrales, Rio Rancho, Albuquerque, Edgewood, Espanola and Santa Fe.
Sandia View Academy was established in 1967 as the Spanish-American Seminary and operated by the General Conference to train young men and women of Hispanic origin to serve as workers in the Spanish-speaking areas in the Canada and other countries.
For a time the Spanish-American Seminary operated as a junior college. Spanish-speaking students from almost all the Latin-American countries enrolled, in addition to Hispanic-Americans from California, Colorado, Arizona, Texas, New York, and other areas of the United States.
This was one of four seminaries operated at various times by the church to serve special language groups. The other schools were Clinton Theological Seminary (German); Humpinson Theological Seminary (Danish and Norwegian); and Broadview Seminary (Swedish).
In 1953 the General Conference voted to turn the Spanish-American Seminary property and buildings over to the Texico Conference for adoption as the conference secondary boarding school.
- Southwestern Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
- Texico Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
- Adventist 2011 Yearbook: Sandia View Academy
- "Sandia View Academy Promo". Ustream. June 18, 2009. Retrieved 2011-12-01.
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