LLA is one of the few schools in San Bernardino County that are approved to return to ON-CAMPUS education for grades TK-6.
LLA offers both on-campus and live synchronous remote learning.
Health and safety precautions include daily screenings and socially-distanced classrooms. We are accepting applications. If you’d like to learn more, please call (909) 796-0161, option 1 or email email@example.com.
Thank you for your interest in Loma Linda Academy. Whether you are curious and want to know a little more, or you are ready to apply now, we can help!
Who are we? Loma Linda Academy is a Children’s Center through 12th grade Seventh-day Adventist school providing quality Christian education since 1906. We have come a long way from our humble beginnings and are proud to offer college preparatory curriculum and a wide range of opportunities for learning and growth. However, our mission remains the same: to provide a Christ-centered and nurturing environment to prepare students spiritually, academically, physically, and socially for higher education, for life in a global society and for eternity.
Please take a moment to watch the videos below as you consider Loma Linda Academy for your child.
This Do-It-Yourself culture event encourages the presence of woodworkers, musicians, engineers, culinary experts, poets and other enthusiasts of all kinds. The Maker Faire provides a diverse selection of hands-on learning and creation. April 26, 2020
I can tell you from my experience, Loma Linda Academy will offer your child a well-rounded education.
I was involved in two sports this year, cross country and basketball, and both helped me to connect with different types of people and find so many new friends! I’ve also found a deeper connectionwith God this year through our Friday chapels and student speakers.
All the students and teachers have created such a welcoming environment that has helped me make some amazing friendships!
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Washington DC trip
In 8th grade, the Washington, DC trip allows students to see, first-hand, the places and history that they have studied in class.
This elaborate dinner allows students to immerse themselves in history with costumes, food, music, and play.
Each year students showcase their computer coding, 3D printing, photography, video, and other skills learned in their technology class.
Students share and learn about our diverse world during International Day. Activities include a parade of flags and a delicious food festival.
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Six AP courses are offered during the school year: Biology,
Spanish, Statistics, Studio Art: Drawing, US History, and World History.
Eight honor classes are offered during the school year: Algebra II, American Literature, Biology II A & P, Chemistry,
Geometry, Physics, Pre Calculus, and Natural Science.
University Classes—Dual Credit
Two university classes with dual credit are offered during the school year: Calculus and College English.
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The popular summer government trip allows students to visit the historic and important sites of government in New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC.
We are proud of our 11 National Merit Finalists and 40 Commended students over the past 10 years in the National Merit Scholarship competition
Technology Innovation Engineering
Technology, Innovation, Engineering (T.I.E.) is a program for students interested in high-tech careers. Learn More
We offer 8 honors classes, 6 Advanced Placement classes, and 2 college-level classes. There is also a guidance counselor in the high school to help students prepare for college and their future careers. 98% of our seniors attend colleges and universities.
Average Classroom Size?
For grades TK-12 the average classroom size is 25 students.
Financial Aid Options?
Yes! We believe every child deserves a quality education as an investment in his or her future. Each year, we give over $250,000 in need-based financial aid and award a number of merit-based scholarships.
Before and After School Care?
Before and after school care is available for grades TK-8 through our Kids’ U program.
Do we have to be Seventh-day Adventist to attend?
No! We welcome all families from religious or non-religious traditions and strive to create a safe space for learning. We encourage students to make good moral decisions. Christian beliefs and values are presented in a positive way in all classes and activities.
One of our cutting-edge programs on campus is our Technology, Innovation, and Engineering program (TIE). This is a four-year program that students have to apply to join prior to their freshman year. It teaches students through activity-based hands-on classes in construction, blue line prints, manipulation of metals, generating power, and more.
Clubs on Campus?
There are many options of clubs for students to join. Here are just a few of them: Walk/Run Fitness Club, Camping Club, Baking Club, Surf Club, and the Shades Club (cultural diversity).
There are two campus chaplains, weekly chapels, and many opportunities for local and international mission service. In the high school, there are student Ministry Directors who help lead out in the planning of ministry-related activities.
Sports provides opportunities to learn to work together as a team (win or lose), but our hard-working players hold many league championship titles. There are 15 varsity teams and 13 junior varsity teams in the High School. The Elementary and Junior High offer opportunities to join team sports or participate in sports clinics.
Our music tours have taken our students from Italy to Thailand to the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Our music groups consistently receive the highest ratings every year at southern California adjudications. We start music classes and choral performances in grades K-6th. We also offer the opportunity to join the Symphony Orchestra, Wind Symphony, concert bands, ensembles, and string groups.
"My son was so excited to go to school every day because he didn't want to miss a day full of great activities."