Northeastern Academy (New York, New York, US)

A coeducational day school on the senior high school level operated at 532 West 215th Street, New York, by the Northeastern Conference to serve the membership of the conference, including particularly that of the Metropolitan New York area, a constituency of approximately 25,000. An academic or college preparatory curriculum with ample commercial subjects is offered the students. The predecessor of Northeastern Academy was Harlem Academy, established in 1920 and operated by the Greater New York Conference and the Harlem church. Before that time no special effort had been made to set up an educational facility for the Black Seventh-day Adventist youth in New York City. Harlem Academy was set up at the Harlem church on 131st Street, with James L. Moran as the first principal. The school incl...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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New York, NY
United States