New School Opens

Grand Opening is a Dream Come True
February 25, 2019

MUSKOGEE, OKLA. – On Sunday, Aug. 12, the Muskogee Seventh-day Adventist Christian Academy (MSDACA) celebrated the opening of its newly built facility. The afternoon began with a dedication service by the local pastor, Jose Torres; Oklahoma Conference Executive Secretary Apple Park and Treasurer Roger Driver; and an introduction of the MSDACA faculty by Education Superintendent Tim Kripps. Muskogee Mayor Bob Coburn also spoke, expressing his gratitude for the positive impact that a new school will have on the community. After the ribbon cutting, everyone enjoyed music, jumping castles, refreshments and a tour of the beautiful classrooms and the large gymnasium.

This celebration marked the reality of a dream come true for the Muskogee church. The church has been working on this project for the past five years. The school board and staff look forward to serving the community by providing a quality, Christ-centered education in this new, spacious, inspirational facility.

By Charise Sandoval