In the Words
of Our Teachers
It’s an honor, privilege and blessing to work with people who love the Lord - people who serve from the heart and students and parents who understand the need and the joy of knowing Jesus and serving Him.
Larry Camp l Teacher
I love being part of an amazing team of teachers who love God and go above and beyond to help students grow academically, socially, and spiritually.
Ivy Causey l Teacher
I really enjoy working with a team that is all pulling in the same way... always here for each other. I also love working with students who realize their weaknesses and want to improve them.
Stan Miller l Teacher
Our Unique School
Serving grades 9-12, Sandia View Academy is a Seventh-day Adventist private school fully accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and by the Adventist Accrediting Association.
Our campus is set in Corrales, New Mexico, a small, historic, and rural town on the Rio Grande, dotted with small farms and horse corrals, yet us only 30 minutes from downtown Albuquerque.
Our students receive education of the highest quality, with teachers and staff committed to providing a Christ-centered environment that facilitates academic, emotional and social growth while fostering a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
What We Value
With our emphasis on exceptional education and spiritual growth, our mission, vision and philosophy are foundational to our efforts and activities.
Educate Christ-focused leaders to positively impact the world.
Our students continually strengthen their connection to God and others, exhibit innovative thinking and serve as leaders of social change, locally and internationally.
It is the philosophy of SVA to provide a nurturing atmosphere that develops the spiritual, mental, physical, and social wellness of each student for quality of life today, tomorrow, and eternally through the collaboration of church, home, and school, all under the Adventist worldview of the creation, fall, redemption and recreation of humanity,
Our Remarkable Staff
Exceptional learning is possible because of our remarkable teachers and support staff, all dedicated to the spiritual and educational growth of each and every student.
ANGELA SPANBAUER | VAN DRIVER
Education: MA Education,
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TEACHER & ATHLETIC DIRECTOR
Athletics, Spanish II and Social Studies Departments
Education: BS in Social Science / Endorsed in Business, History & Spanish
Religions, Spanish I and Culinary Arts Departments
Education: BA in Criminology
Education: BS Administration
Our current campus dates back to 1939, when the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists donated land in Sandoval County to establish a Spanish-American Seminary. The seminary became Sandia View Academy in 1952, with approval to operate as a North American Division of Seventhday Adventist senior academy.
The current campus has served us well over the years, but as you’ll see below, we have exciting plans for a new, multi-purpose campus building.
We're excited to have plans in place for our 23,473 sq. ft. new campus building, which will include a lobby, courtyard, dining corridor, four classrooms, science lab, media/library, music room, fitness room, gymnasium, locker rooms, offices, conference room and warming kitchen.
Moving forward with our new campus is largely dependent upon the donations we receive from those who care about the future of Sandia View Academy and the students we serve. We invite you to consider a donation of any size to help us in this endeavor.