Students at Milwaukee North Campus packed 63 shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child
What We Do…
The education department promotes Adventist education in the K-12 school system, and works to develop the talents of its teachers and students. We provide consultation in program development, personnel, school accreditation, and teacher certification.
Developing leaders today who will walk with Jesus through eternity.
Because we believe that true wisdom comes from God, we encourage schools to provide students opportunities to accept Jesus as their Savior, allow the Holy Spirit to transform their lives, and live a life of service. This is done by being involved in daily school worship, Bible labs, weeks of prayer, and local Church outreach programs.
Wisconsin Board of Education
A strategic planning and visioning committee for the educational programs of the conference. The members are elected by the Executive Committee and include teacher, pastor, lay, and WA alumni. They meet six or seven times per year.
The Mission of the Wisconsin Conference is to grow passionate disciples of Jesus, prepared for Christ’s soon coming. This brief video presentation introduces Education-Connect, one of the four Wisconsin Conference initiatives. The focus of Education-Connect is to bring together in mutual support our homes, churches and schools to prepare students to reflect Jesus clearly, experience the joy of service, and be prepared for the soon coming of Jesus.
Saving our loose change to help fund scholarships for elementary students to attend a Christian school.
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Green Bay Adventist Junior Academy, grades 3 and 4, present posters on healthy and unhealthy foods.
Students at Green Bay Adventist Junior Academy enjoyed studying spiders, bats, the human body,
Students at Hillside Christian School are getting ready for their Christmas program. They were
Green Bay Adventist Junior Academy students in grades 7-10 have fun finding strawberry DNA in
Students in Carmen Magray’s classroom at Green Bay Adventist Junior Academy made posters to
Students in the 1st and 2nd grade classroom at the Milwaukee Seventh-day Adventist School South Campus are enjoying
Thursday was “due day” for the Sanctuary Projects in Bible III. We’ve been studying about the Sanctuary
This year teachers are finding creative ways to engage students in community service. S.E.E. (Students
Thanksgiving and Christmas are just around the corner - It's time to stock up on Dinner Roast!!!
Wisconsin elementary teachers are participating in math professional development through zoom
It’s a few minutes after 7:00 a.m. The men of WA have gathered in the parking lot to warm up for
Sabbath evening, October 17, students of Maranatha SDA Christian School were invited to a school family
On Tuesday, Juniors enjoyed a meal reminiscent of Passover at the time of Christ. Seated on floor,
On Wednesday evenings, instead of regular dorm worship, the deans of both dorms join forces to
Last Friday evening after Vespers, I spent some time relaxing and enjoying a typical Sabbath evening with
This week, in Spanish I, students have been constructing traditional Mexican piñatas. Each year,
While the weather is still good, we like to spend Sabbath afternoons outdoors, enjoying God’s magnificent
A few Sabbaths ago, I had the privilege of sitting in on one of our student Sabbath School groups. I wish
When Jason Haskell injured his ankle this fall, it meant a halt to his plans to prepare his farm for winter. A pile of
With the Seniors gone on their traditional Senior Experience, the remainder of the school headed north to spend the weekend
This past May, Mrs. Marsh received an email from the North American Division Education Department saying
Yesterday afternoon, I stopped by the Industrial Arts class to see what they were up to. I found them with their
Fourteen-year-old Lucus Nelson is using his wish from Make-a-Wish to raise money for childhood cancer research. Lucus is
“My baby! My baby! Somebody save my baby!” Elizabeth’s screams rose over the moans and cries of a dozen or mor
Many students tried fresh sugarcane for the first time at lunch this week. After peeling the green woody skin
Wisconsin Academy Alumni Weekend is coming up October 16-18, 2020. The LightHouse has RV spots
Katherine (Katie) Roddy is joining the teaching staff at the Milwaukee SDA School North Campus
Last school year the Wisconsin Conference held a Kindness Art Contest. The theme was “Students Serving
Hillside students began the 2020/21 school year with a fun field trip to Wildwood Wildlife Park in Minocqua and
Rosanna Zeismer is the head teacher of Maranatha Adventist elementary school. Enjoy pictures of their first day.
Unfortunately Outdoor Education, which was scheduled for September 3-5, has been cancelled due to COVID.
Pray for our teachers as they begin their school year ministry to the children of our conference. Thank you, teachers, for all you do!
Marianela Acevedo, often called Maria, served Milwaukee South Campus as a classroom assistant last year, and we are excited to
Education-Connect is the Wisconsin Conference initiative for students both within our Adventist schools and in other educational institutions.
Karen Walters has accepted the position of teaching grades 3-6 at Green Bay Adventist Junior
Lula Allen will be joining the teaching staff of the Milwaukee SDA School North Campus as the 5th and 6th grade teacher for the upcoming
Beginning this fall, Jerry Walters will be joining the teaching staff at Green Bay Adventist Junior Academy as the Head Teacher and 7th-10th
Jacie Reagan is no stranger to Wisconsin. She has previously served as a teacher in the Wisconsin Conference and
Finally! The long awaited day, the last day of school, had come! Unlike other years, when everyone is anxious to leave
This year's Cruisin' 4 Christ bike rally has a new location. Check out the details outlined
We might not be having camp meeting this summer, but the LightHouse is still having the Stack and Save
To conclude the school year at Hillside Christian School, head teacher Charlyn Marsh invited the students to
Pictures shared by teacher Jim Muhlenbeck of Bethel Junior Academy of his students involved in acts of
Congratulations class of 2020! In this video of Lake Union seniors graduating from Adventist academies
With COVID-19 wreaking havoc on the world, we have created a virtual experience so you can "visit" campus
You are invited to honor the Senior Class of 2020 at our graduation commencement service, scheduled for 10:00 am, August
Because of COVID-19, Graduation Weekend will look different this year. Senior Recognition Virtual Vespers will
The Petersen Elementary school family has been meeting every morning for Bible class via a video teleconferencing
The North American Division Children’s Ministries Department and AdventSource have partnered with the
Daisy Nieman, teacher for Otter Creek Christian Academy, share pictures of students at home doing school work during
Wisconsin teachers and students alike are missing school in the classroom. No one could have guessed that
Calling all prospective Academy students! Are you in grades 7-11? Are you wondering what life is like at Wisconsin Academy?
Check out the May sales from The LightHouse Thrift Store! Remember we have new hours: Sunday
I (Sue Nelson, Superintendent of Education) enjoy meeting with all the teachers every Monday through Zoom. Our teachers face
We are specially honoring the following classes: 1950, 1960, 1970, 1980, 1990, 1995, 2000, and 2010.
On March 6, 2020, Versacare Foundation awarded $1,420,000 in grant funding to 189 Adventist primary
Before the COVID-19 quarantine started, 1st and 2nd graders at Milwaukee North Campus created
Enjoy watching and be blest as these students share Scriptures they are learning in school.
Did you know there are 70 cities in the world with a population of more than one million people? Did you know
The LightHouse is Still Open, but we have changed our hours. Click to see our April Sales.
According to Merriam-Webster’s definition, quarantine means to put or hold in isolation to prevent the
Dear Wisconsin Conference Constituents, the Coronavirus Pandemic has impacted our families around the
Monday, February 24, 2020 was a special day for all Wisconsin Seventh-day Adventist students in grades 7-10. Students from Adventist schools
We would have to be mad to have these prices!! This sale on Loma Linda canned foods starts Sunday March 15
Last weekend, Wisconsin Academy hosted the first Wisconsin Conference Project-Based Learning Fair, a special
The Wisconsin Academy chapter of the National Honor Society is please to announce that eight new members were
As Spring Break approaches, 33 students are gearing up for the 2020 “Gift to Guimaras” internati
The 2nd graders at Green Bay Adventist Junior Academy are having fun learning to tell time on
The following interview was recently conducted by Sue Nelson, Superintendent of Education, with David Rawls, member
Field trips are an exciting experience in Green Bay Adventist Junior Academy students grades K-2. This school year,
Sixteen students who are part of the WAY Team (Wisconsin Academy Youth Team) spent Sabbath, January 25, sharing
Friday evening, January 24, local members of the Wisconsin Academy church and academy staff and students
Tomorrow, January 23, 2020, some of the local church members from the churches in the Lena District
On Tuesday, January 14, Maranatha SDA Christian School students volunteered at the Oconto Falls Senior &
The students at Green Bay Adventist Junior Academy are busy with many fun activities this winter. Grades 7-10 work with volunteer
Thirty-six students, staff, and friends began the new year in prayer with thousands of other young people at the
On two special Sabbaths in November and December, students at Petersen Elementary took over
There’s nothing like music to bring in the Christmas season. We were blessed Sabbath afternoon with a beautiful concert
We have such a great bunch of students here at Wisconsin Academy! We took group pictures this week of our dorm families, and
Taking it at its face value the statement by the Lord’s servant that “There is nothing more important than the education of
First, we took out the trash. Although the second-floor apartment had only two bedrooms, a tiny kitchen, and a
Sunday afternoon before Christmas break, the young ladies of the women’s dorm hosted a Christmas party for their
Enjoy these pictures of Petersen Elementary School children performing their Christmas program, 2019.
Did you know that Bethel Junior Academy is the oldest Seventh-day Adventist secondary school in Wisconsin?
On October 21, our 9-10 grade class did a cheese project. In Biology, we were learning how enzymes work, as well as learning the
Green Bay K-2 students preparing for their Christmas program to be held on December 14 in the Green Bay Adventist Junior
November 25, Green Bay 5th and 6th graders dissected a sheep brain! They were surprised at how small
It was with some trepidation that the members of Belissimi Cerchi, Wisconsin Academy’s touring bell choir, met in the principal’s office
Every morning, Hillside students are praying for cities in the North American Division that have a
Students at Otter Creek Christian School learn in a variety of experiential ways with their teacher, Daisy Nieman
Students at the Maranatha School enjoyed a hands-on science class with cranberries. First, they took normal
Bible class had Maranatha students working on a challenge to determine the correct path to take through a grid. We had very few
Field trips, poem writing, being thankful, visiting elderly, and painting pumpkins are only a part of the fun fall activities students
Last Tuesday, students in Bible IV visited four houses of worship in the Milwaukee area as part of their unit on worldviews and
Wisconsin Academy (WA) is very happy to introduce Kelly Taitano as the new school registrar. She comes from Tipton, Indiana.
Green Bay Adventist Junior Academy K-10 students and staff created 40 pillows to raise money for the building of a gym and
“Ready…set…go!” With these words the students in my third and fourth grade class lower their pencils
This week we have been gathering each evening as well as each morning to hear students share how God’s Word has impacted
Last Friday Maranatha students tested out how far a sneeze can travel. Their first attempt was
Each month Hillside Christian School students visit a local nursing home. This week they helped residents make a turkey. The
Today before heading off to work, Jared Marsh took time to stop by the Hillside Christian School and
During the Thanksgiving season we stop to think about our blessings and give thanks. My visitations to the
Hylandale SDA Christian School offers grades K-10 education near rural Rockland, Wisconsin. Our
Did you get to Fall Fest at Wisconsin Academy this year? If you did, maybe you played gaga
Check out these delightful bulletin boards our teachers have created for the student's classrooms! Thank you teachers for all you do for
Nikki Facundo teaches 16 third and fourth grade students at the Milwaukee Adventist School South Campus. She has a love for music and would like to teach
Students of Hillside Christian School recently visited a very unique spot on the Earth. We have been studying geography in
On Sunday, October 13, 2019 from 1:00pm-6:00pm, Wisconsin Academy will be holding their annual Fall Fest. The theme for this year is Wonders of the World and each booth
One of the things that sets Adventist schools apart is being active in the community and following in Jesus’
On Tuesday, October 8, from 1:00pm - 6:00 pm, Wisconsin Academy will host its fall Red Cross blood drive. The need for blood is constant
Join Petersen Elementary for their 3rd annual Fall Craft Fair and Festival! Stop in and check out all the
The Wisconsin Education Department held an Outdoor Education program September 3-5 for 53 fifth and sixth grade children at Camp Wakonda.
The 4th annual walkathon fundraiser at the Three Angels Christian School raised over $1,200! Friends and family enjoyed the time
Wisconsin Conference members and Camp Wakonda staff played an integral part in helping International Pathfinder Camporee
Watch this video introduction to the Lake Union’s island mission project in Micronesia. They are in desperate
Join Wisconsin Academy in raising $2,000 as we support the Lake Union mission project for the island of Kosrae. We as a Lake Union
Wisconsin Academy has a stall at the Columbus farmer's market next to City Hall for some fine produce grown in our own Wisconsin Academy greenhouses.
The Wisconsin Academy booth at the Oshkosh International Pathfinder Camporee offered the Maple Sugar honor
Tiffany Meulemans, who has been teacher's aid at Petersen Elementary School for the past two years, is now the upper grades teacher for Petersen.
In the Seventh-day Adventist Church, we believe that teaching young people to be actively involved in witnessing
Monday, August 5, 44 Wisconsin Conference teachers and staff met at the conference office for their annual fall teachers meetings. It's a valuable time to
Wisconsin Academy invites you to join us in “Run for Kosrae," a 5-kilometer walk/run to raise money for the Lake Union’s island mission project in Micronesia
A warm welcome to Mike Cho, who is joining Wisconsin Academy staff as Assistant Men's Dean. Mike received a BS in Biochemistry from
Earn your Maple Sugar Honor this summer at the Wisconsin Academy booth in the Education Hanger at the International Pathfinder Camporee at Oshkosh!
Vivianna Facundo will be teaching grades 3 & 4 at Milwaukee SDA School, South campus. Viviana graduated with a bachelors degree in
Sue Nelson has accepted the call to serve as Superintendent of Education for the Wisconsin Conference. Sue is
The 15th Annual Cruisin' For Christ motor cycle rally, a fund raiser for Wisconsin Academy, is a fun event for Christians who love to ride
Jim Muhlenbeck has agreed to serve as Principal and teacher for grades one through eight at Bethel Junior Academy. He is
Ivelisse Gonzalez-Lozano is joining Milwaukee Seventh-day Adventist North campus to teach first and second grades. She has
Rick Blumenschein has accepted the position of principal and teacher for grades 7-10 at Green Bay Adventist Junior Academy
Teachers and Office Staff held a surprise farewell and lunch event for Linda Rosen, retiring Superintendent of Education
Watch this video presentation introducing Education-Connect, one of the four Wisconsin Conference initiatives. The focus of
Jeannie Buchholz is leaving Petersen Elementary where she taught grades 5-8 for the past two years, and
Here is an update of some Wisconsin Conference teachers who will be working for God elsewhere this
The Wisconsin Board of Education honored Linda Rosen today, May 14, for her nine years of faithful service as the Wisconsin Conference
Linda Rosen was honored on May 7, 2019, at the Lake Union Board of Education for her faithful service of nine years as the
Sunday, April 28th, Wisconsin Academy was literally “buzzing” with activity; and not just from the live honey bee
This morning Dick Stenbakken, of Biblical Faces, enacted John the Revelator for morning worship at Wisconsin Academy, so our conference office
Linda Rosen, Education Superintendent for the Wisconsin Conference, has announced her retirement effective August 1, 2019. Linda has
Ask any of the third or fourth grade students participating in the Spelling Bee what the one rule was they must use as they spelled some 212
Danielle Lawson Lawrence will be the new English teacher for Wisconsin Academy beginning this coming fall. She graduated with a B.S. in
When the North American Division introduced a new Bible Curriculum for students in grades 1-12, Wisconsin Conference Education
15th Annual Cruisin' For Christ motor cycle rally. Date of event: July 26-28, 2019. Where: W4873 Winkelman Ave., Irma, WI,
You’re invited to join the Koinz 4 Kidz movement. Church members are saving their change in
The Lake Union Conference Public Affairs and Religious Liberty Department is holding an Art & Essay contest for all elementary, secondary, and college age students dealing with
Join us this Sabbath as Dr. Phodidas Ndamyumugabe, our week of prayer speaker, presents for church and in the afternoon. Dr. Ndamyumugabe, obtained his
The weekend of October 19-21 about 40 pastor and teacher couples gathered in Madison for an all-expense paid retreat for
The annual Spelling Bee held for 3rd and 4th graders was held on April 25, 2018, at the Wisconsin Conference office.