Welcome to San Fernando Valley Academy
We are a Seventh-day Adventist Christian school located in Northridge, California, USA
This year our theme is "God first." Our staff is committed to providing quality education in a Christ-filled environment. We will be using cutting edge technology to prepare our students for an adult life of spiritual growth and Christian service. Please continue reading
SFVA roots go back to 1902 when the newly organized Southern California Conference of Seventh-day Adventists opened the “The Fernando College” in San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, California, USA with 37 students. The school was about 40 acres located between Brand Blvd, Glenoaks Blvd and Lucas St.. (Former MaClay Seminary campus which had moved to the current University of Southern California -USC). At that time the San Fernando Valley was full of orange groves and our school boasted a complete boarding college with a farm.
WELCOME TO ALL
Our new principal is Mr. Oscar Withmory, Ma. Ed., who returned to SFVA as an Assistant Business Manager in October 2017. Today he is serving as a Principal/Business Manager with the help of our two Vice-Principals: Dr. Deborah Baroi, V.P. for High School and Ms. Perla Caraveo, V.P for Elementary. Our Principal and Vice Principals welcome all the parents and students to make the year 2018-2019 the best year possible, with our new slogan: "God first".
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News & Announcements
- In their February 12 meeting, the SFVA constituent churches affirmed their commitment to Adventist education in the San Fernando Valley. On Monday, February 12, the delegates […]
- SFVA is now accepting new students for the 2018-19 school year. For early bird discounts, complete an application and turn it in by March 16!
Our school is the best choice for your kid
Our goal is to educate students to be productive citizens in their communities and to actively spread the gospel to the world through these four foundations.
To be the local Christian answer to the worldwide search for knowledge. We help our students to be a part of a worldwide mission without leaving home.