Head of Schools

Welcome Iveth Valenzuela

Loma Linda Academy is happy to announce the new head of schools, Iveth Valenzuela. She brings her experience and expertise as she moves from her previous position as LLA's high school principal.

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  • Mission

    It is the mission of Loma Linda Academy for all to Grow in God’s Grace, Thrive Intellectually, Develop True Friendships, Embrace Healthful Living
  • Motto

    Eternal Principles, Intelligent Choices

Expected School-Wide Learning Results (ESLR's)

Loma Linda Academy empowers students to acquire:

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  • Learning Skills through

    • Critical Thinking
    • Creative Thinking
    • Collaboration
    • Communication
  • Literacy Skills in

    • Bible Study
    • Information Sources
    • Technology
    • Social Media
  • Action Skills by

    • Serving with Empathy
    • Acting with Integrity
    • Leading with Humility
    • Persevering with Grit
Starting at the Children's Center, there is a strong spiritual framework that incorporates social-emotional learning programs, servant leadership opportunities, and meaningful connections and partnerships. As our students continue through Elementary, Junior High, and High School, we foster an environment where students encounter God.

As part of one of the largest and oldest K-12 parochial school networks in the world, Loma Linda Academy draws from years of experience in Bible curriculum. The Seventh-day Adventist Church has a total of 6,966 educational institutions operating in over 100 countries around the world with over 1.3 million students worldwide. The North American Division Office of Education (Adventist Education) oversees 1049 schools with 65,000 students in the United States, Canada, and Bermuda.

Luke 2:52

"And Jesus grew in wisdom and stature and in favor with God and men."
Mission.   It is the mission of
Loma Linda Academy for all to:
 • Grow in God’s Grace
 • Thrive Intellectually
 • Develop True Friendships
 • Embrace Healthful Living