BeyondPAA

Belonging & Learning From a Distance: How PAA Makes Meaningful Connections During a Pandemic

“He prepared the way before we could even imagine it,” said Portland Adventist Academy principal, Mechelle Peinado. As Oregon state and health authorities laid out plans in March to mitigate the coronavirus pandemic, schools, churches, sporting events, and spring break

COVID-19 Update

UPDATED - March 23 Joining global effort and unprecedented action to slow the spread of COVID-19, Portland Adventist Academy... is following all state-wide "Stay Home" orders from state officials. PAA administration and office staff are working remotely and will be

By |March 23rd, 2020|

How PAA Students are Helping Refugees In Colombia

Practical application of what students are learning is part of PAA's growth as a Project Based Learning school. Coupled with Mission Focused Learning, students are growing their Christ-centered and character-driven values from the inside out.  Portland Adventist Academy Spanish teacher,

By |November 5th, 2019|

PAA Teacher Publishes the True Story of a Cuban Seeking Freedom

Portland Adventist Academy Teacher Publishes True Story of a Cuban Seeking Freedom When Dionisio was being imprisoned and abused, he would never have imagined his experiences could have such a positive impact. Twenty five years later, his story is being

A Spring Break Transformation Trip

At PAA, spring break is a chance to get out and SERVE! Pastor Mackenzie and Pastor Steve are excited to invite students on a week long "Transformation Trip" with the organization Because People Matter,  right here in Portland. Through Transformation

By |January 31st, 2019|