Junior High

Grades 7 & 8.

Students have an opportunity to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
Weekly chapel, Bible classes, and leadership opportunities are only part of the immersive character-building curriculum. With fun learning activities like the trip to Washington, DC and Medieval Feast and with facilities like the gymnasium, athletic fields, and the Maker Space, the Junior High has much to offer to students. There are plenty of opportunities in music and athletics with excellent band and choir groups and a number of athletic varsity teams.

This is where students strenghten their organizational skills and take on more responsibility. They prepare for high school as they become comfortable with changing classrooms and using lockers.


Call: 909-796-0161, option 1 

New to LLA?

Common questions from new students are answered in the Welcome Packet below.

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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.
  • Medieval Feast

    This elaborate dinner allows students to immerse themselves in history with costumes, food, music, and play.
  • Technology Class

    Each year students showcase their computer coding, 3D printing, photography, video, and other skills learned in their technology class.
  • International Day

    Students share and learn about our diverse world during International Day. Activities include a parade of flags and a delicious food festival.
    • Junior High Video

Faculty & Staff

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  • Principal

    Amy Cornwall Sovory
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    Vice Principal

    Maria Stratton
  • Administrative Assistant

    Leticia Craig
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