At Hinsdale Adventist Academy, we like to say that we're more of a BIG family!
Because of that perspective, our faculty and staff make a deliberate effort to encourage, affirm, and develop life-long relationships with all of our students. Everyone here is committed to providing whatever support is necessary to ensure our students are successful in the pursuit of their most aspirational goals.
Students have a number of extracurricular activities and programs available to them, all specifically developed to help them cultivate leadership skills, foster interpersonal relationships, and grow into more competent members of society. Additionally, at the core of our student life activities is the belief that all of our students are uniquely created by God and have special gifts, talents, and ideas to share with others.
To really get a picture of what student life is like at HAA though, we encourage prospective students to call for an appointment to visit our campus or attend one of our scheduled Visitors Days. You can find more information about those on our Calendar. We look forward to showing you what Hinsdale Adventist Academy has to offer!
"Sing unto the Lord all the Earth!"
1 Chronicles 16:3
Beautiful music fills the hallways of HAA every morning as our students start their day with a special classroom devotional time.
In addition to the classroom music, our passionate Music Director, Mr. Daniel, aims to bring out the musical talent he believes is inherent in every person.
Our students are consistently given the opportunity to participate in community music programs throughout Chicagoland.
We love our music program!
Each year our students have the opportunity to participate in either an international, domestic, or local mission trip. It's an awesome chance to take them out of their comfort zones and really impact the lives of others in a practical way!
Visual Arts Program
The art program at Hinsdale Adventist Academy has significantly expanded over recent years, most recently with the introduction of our amazing teacher, Mrs. Alina Bokich.
Mrs. Bokich believes that the opportunity for creativity can and should be a very spiritual experience. She holds a degree from Southern Adventist University focusing on Art therapy. We are so blessed to have her on our teaching staff.
In addition, it has also been shown that art education fosters brain development, especially of the creative and intuitive right brain functions. Skills developed through art lead to better learning in other areas. Students develop not only their creativity, but also in their thinking skills, self-expression, appreciation of art & music, learning of other cultures, and even simply personal satisfaction from their achievements.
Art gives pleasure and meaning to our daily experience!
Below are some art pieces created by students at HAA - We're so proud of them!!
Additional extracurriculars include:
Large-scale Musicals (eg. Music Man)
Model United Nations (High School)
Choir & Band Festivals (MS & HS)
Debates (High School)
National (HS) & National Jr (MS) Honor Society
Robotics Competitions (Middle School)
Spelling Bees (K-7)
Numerous field trips... And more!