Shenandoah Valley Academy

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Shenandoah Valley Academy
Building Christ's Character in the Heart of Nature
234 West Lee Hwy.
New Market, VA

United States
Coordinates 38°39′02″N 78°41′20″W / 38.6504802°N 78.6889450°W / 38.6504802; -78.6889450Coordinates: 38°39′02″N 78°41′20″W / 38.6504802°N 78.6889450°W / 38.6504802; -78.6889450[1]
Type Private, Parochial, Boarding Co-ed
Established 1908
School district Potomac Conference
Principal Spencer Hannah
Grades 9-12
Number of students 225+/-
Color(s)      Navy and      White
Athletics 8 varsity teams
Athletics conference Cavalier
Mascot Stars
Affiliation Adventist
Newspaper Shen-Val-Lore
Yearbook Shenandoan

Shenandoah Valley Academy (SVA) is a school in the town of New Market, Virginia. The school is run by the Adventist Church and has High School age boys and girls. Some students live on campus in the dorms. Other students come on school days as day students. SVA has three diploma programs. It has a performing arts department with five music groups. It has an athletics department which coordinates teams to play within the school, and to play other schools.

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  1. "Shenandoah Valley Academy". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Missing or empty |url= (help); |access-date= requires |url= (help)