Spring Vale Academy was founded in 1946 by members of the Church of God. Since then, SVA has graduated more than 700 students, the majority of whom have gone on to college. Many have distinguished themselves in graduate work, achieving advanced degrees, and serving in leadership positions within the Church of God, as well as in public service and the private sector. Spring Vale students volunteer for a variety of mission-based programs throughout the school year. Activities change from year to year depending on opportunities and range from preparing Christian care packages, volunteering at food banks and soup kitchens, caring for the homebound, and working at area Christian missions for the homeless. Students attending Spring Vale Academy receive high quality, Christian values-based instruction. Our graduates are well prepared for acceptance to the nation's top higher education institutions, but with a very significant difference. Through positive role models, and in words and deeds, the Spring Vale Academy experience prepares students to stay true to their values and embrace Christ throughout life.
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Student Teacher Ratio
7 : 1
55% Male / 45% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska Native
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