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May 26, 2019
So what did YOU do all summer?
June 24, 2019 6:00 PM
Monthly school board meeting
June 30, 2019 9:30 AM
Breakfast and Basektball.

The boys varisty is setting up a pancake breakfast at Midland on June 30th. It will start at 9:30am. After breakfast, we will have a 3v3 basketball tournament, where you can make your own teams. There will be two divisions, the 18 and under (mostly for high schoolers, but middle schollers are welcome) and a 19 and over (18 year olds can play in this division). We ask for you to come support the Midland Boys Basketball team.

When: June 30th, 9:30 am - 11:30 am (breakfast) and 11:30 am - 2:30 pm (tournament)
Where: Midland Adventist Academy gym
Cost: Breakfast - $8 a person or $20 a family
Tournament - $12 each non-Midland student, $8 each student

To sign up for basketball, there are forms at the school for you to register the names of you and your teammates.

Contact Info: Gabriel Correa (913) 304-2608
July 4, 2019
Happy birthday, America, 243 years and counting!
July 7, 2019
Get your vacation fun in while you can!

As a parent you want the best for your child.  And as teachers, so do we.

We believe that the best education results when Christ is at the center of all we do, the Bible is our foundation and students learn through a whole child approach––nurturing their growth spiritually, academically, physically and socially.  We invite you to visit us and learn more about how this happens at our school.

Summer Vacation!

Congratulations to the Class(es) of 2019 as they have now received their diplomas, tossed their mortar boards, and at least for our high schoolers, joined the Alumni Association. 

We are so proud of our (former) seniors and wish them only the best as they become freshmen once again in college.

And welcome to the Class of 2020, who has now taken over as our new senior class.

Summer vacation - that's how we roll!.



When getting my son ready for the first day of school, I noticed he was crying. When I asked him why he was sad he said, 'No Mom, these are tears of joy!'

Elementary parent