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Spirit Week 2017 Highlights

Greater New Academy celebrated spirit week 2017 March 6 - 10. The students from various classes all participated in daily events such as; Bible Character day, Career day, Twin day, Retro Day and culminated the week on the 10th of March with each class giving a tribute on Spirit Day. The School spirit was lifted as all classes bonded, one school body aiming for greater heights in spiritual growth, education and stewardship.
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Joy To The Residents

On December 21, 2016, members of the junior class of Greater New York academy hosted the annual Christmas Program at the Queens Boulevard Care Facility.
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Belize Mission 2017 - Wishlist & Parent Letter

This is a mission and service initiative that is designed to provide opportunities for students to put their faith into action, develop a love for service, and become actively involved in the mission of the church. The Greater New York Academy (GNYA) Board of Trustees has approved the trip for February 17-26, 2017 (the school’s mid-winter break). This trip will be a return trip for GNYA students who participated last February doing construction and various ministries.
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Private School Focus on Greater New York Academy

Greater New York Academy (GNYA) is a Seventh-day Adventist co-ed high school located in Woodside, Queens. The school houses approximately 140 students in grades 9 thru 12. According to Principal Mitchell, the school has a 100% graduation rate and a 98% college acceptance rate.
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Spotlight September 2016

Greater New York Academy welcomed alumni from six decades when she celebrated with a weekend reunion on October 7-9, 2016. The event, in honor of the school’s 95th anniversary, generated excitement of graduates from all across the country, and parts beyond.
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Student Handbook 2016 - 2017

The source of true wisdom and understanding is God; therefore, the role of the teachers and admin-istrators is to inspire the students with principles of truth, love, obedience, honor, integrity, and puri-ty which are derived from the example of Jesus Christ.
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