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Senior Trip

Senior Trip

By Hannah Barnhart, Class of 2019 Thirty-one seniors. Five sponsors. One mission; to grow closer as a class while surviving in the wilderness. While all the seniors did survive their adventure at Leoni Meadows Camp, several memories were made that will stick with them forever. The seniors participated in different events throughout […]

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Rio has become “Home” by Joe, ’18

Rio has become “Home” by Joe, ’18

An excerpt taken from Mr. Yingling’s English IV class, entitled “Definition Paragraph.” For me, Rio is my “second home” where I have found true happiness. The reason why I define Rio as home is because of the staff members and students. I started at Rio in 2015. When I got […]

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The Monotheism Worldview, by Tessa ’18

The Monotheism Worldview, by Tessa ’18

Below is an excerpt from an essay written by senior, Tessa for Mr. Yingling’s Honors English IV class.   Worldviews are the foundation that life is built on; they are our core beliefs on life. It is important to grow our worldviews in order to learn about who we are, […]

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Week of Worship

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September 7, 2017

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Week of Worship

By Hannah Barnhart, ’19 “You belong at Rio.” These words have been circulating around the campus for the last couple of weeks. Week of Worship, a twist on the traditional Week of Prayer, invited all the students to worship together and to learn what it means to belong. Each night, […]

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Commencement Address, by Mr. Yingling

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June 5, 2017

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Commencement Address, by Mr. Yingling

Editor’s Note: The following speech was given during the Rio Lindo Adventist Academy graduation of 2017. As I was listening to Mr. Yingling’s wisdom passed on to the graduates, I felt that this advice is applicable to us at any age. If you’re short on time, just scroll down to […]

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University Choral Director Guest-Conducts Lindaires

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February 8, 2017

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Pictured: Music Department Director Ms. White, baritone Sebastian Anderson, soprano Esther Wang, tenor Jonathan Lin and Professor Zork.

On Friday, February 3, Rio’s Lindaires were treated to a visit from Andrews University Director of Choral Studies Professor Stephen Zork. He spent some time teaching, offering helpful techniques, and positive critique. He also took time out to meet with a couple students who had questions about Andrews University and […]

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Men’s Basketball Team Featured in Local Newspaper

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January 20, 2017

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Men’s Basketball Team Featured in Local Newspaper

Our men’s varsity basketball team was recently featured in Santa Rosa’s newspaper, the Press Democrat. Reporter Lori A. Carter focused not only on on the Spartans’ lead in this season’s Small School Bridge League, but on the sense of sportsman-like attitude and positivity the team exudes. (Read the full article HERE) […]

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Outdoor Education Survives the Elements

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January 4, 2017

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Outdoor Education Survives the Elements

By Hailey Johanson, ’17 At Rio Lindo we strive to make learning an engaging and interesting environment. This year we have reintroduced our Outdoor Education class, under the leadership of teacher, Anthony Handal. Outdoor Education provides a different alternative to physical education classes and life skill classes. Instead of a […]

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Symposium Focuses on Global Missions

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December 8, 2016

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Symposium Focuses on Global Missions

What does it mean to be an “explorer” for Jesus? Rio students contemplated that topic from November 10-12, during Rio’s first ever symposium. The goal of symposium is to invite guests onto campus and have them interact with students so that they can ask authentic questions and gain knowledge from […]

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Rio Hosts Sports Camp for 129 Junior High Students

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October 13, 2016

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Rio Hosts Sports Camp for 129 Junior High Students

By Hailey Johanson, ’17 On Sept. 28-29, Rio hosted its annual Sports Camp for 5th-8th grade students from all across Northern California. The theme this year was Back to Basics and Rio’s coaches worked with the campers in learning or refining basic skills for flag football, basketball, soccer, and volleyball. […]

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