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, Takoma Park , MD USA
38°59′31″N 76°59′38″W / 38.99194°N 76.99389°W Coordinates: 38°59′31″N 76°59′38″W / 38.99194°N 76.99389°W
Private, 9-12 College Preparatory
Number of students
Basketball, Volleyball, Track, Soccer, Football
Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools,
Maryland State Board of Education, and Board of Regents, Office of Education, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists [1 ]
Takoma Academy is a parochial, co-educational high school located in Takoma Park, Maryland operated by the Potomac Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.
History [ edit ]
Takoma Academy began in 1904 as part of the Washington Training Institute (now
Washington Adventist University. It became an independent institute in 1932 and moved to its current location in 1952. J.P. Laurence was principal from 1947–1980 and led the school to accreditation by the [2 ] Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.
Notable alumni [ edit ]
See also [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]
ta.edu Takoma Academy's Official Website
The Commonweal Foundation - Provider of scholarships to low income students at Takoma Academy
http://www.taalumni.org/ Takoma Academy Alumni Association, Inc. - TAAA ) - TAAA is a year-round service-oriented association that serves Takoma Academy alumnus, current students & faculty and the surrounding community.
References [ edit ]
^ "Commission on Secondary Schools". Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools . Retrieved October 9, 2010.
^ The Journal of True Education" Vol. 16 No. 5 June 1954.
^ James Coffin. "Leonard Bailey; Exclusive Interview Leonard Bailey Tells His Story". Adventist Review".
^ James Peters. "Pro basketball: The Skinn’s game". Gazette".