Five Ways You Can Help PAASS Students

The PAA Student Scholarships (PAASS) guarantees students an Adventist Christian education. On average, every year PAASS helps more than one-third of our students with tuition.  And the PAASS Auction is the most vital source to this fund. Full event information

By |October 14th, 2019|

Your Gift Makes a Difference!

As we welcome 2019 we both thank you for your previous gifts and THANK  YOU for your continued support. Your gift is an investment in students. It helps prepare them for the kingdom of Jesus Christ. It equips them to serve in

By |December 27th, 2018|

In Sam’s Words

Portland Adventist Academy recently welcomed Sam Vigil Jr., Certified Fund Raising Executive, as the school's new development director. Before the news was announced, we asked Sam to share a bit more about his purpose as a fund raising executive and

By |November 28th, 2018|

Thanks to our PAASS Donors!

Today, more than 100 of our students are getting a Christ-centered, character-driven education because of YOU and our entire giving community! Thanksgiving is in our hearts for those who give to the Portland Adventist Academy Student Scholarship (PAASS) and for

By |November 15th, 2018|

Over $100,000 Raised for Students!

Thank you to our generous and loving  community who came together to break the record in giving at our annual auction! Together, you gave more than $103,000 to the Portland Adventist Academy Student Scholarship (PAASS), directly impacting 80 PAA students

By |November 12th, 2017|


Portland Adventist Academy recently said goodbye to five incredible staff members. Each of their contributions at PAA have been a gift to our students and staff  and we are forever grateful for their dedicated service to this special community. Ty Johnson

By |June 16th, 2017|

PAASS Provides Miracles

Frequently changing schools was tough on Tim. “During the recession, we lost our home,” says Sharon*, mother of a Portland Adventist Academy student. “We had to move and my son Tim* had to attend new schools. It was

By |October 31st, 2016|