STUDENT ACTIVITIES

HOSA

HOSA is a national student organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Science Education (HSE) Division of ACTE. TA partners with Washington Adventist University to provide a unique program of leadership development, motivation, and recognition for students who have interests in pursuing careers in health professions. 

 

NSBE (National Society of Black Engineers)

The Pre-College Initiative (PCI) program is designed to stimulate the interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields, or STEM. The goal is to encourage students in grades K–12 to attend college and pursue technical 

degrees. Our PCI program provides activities to help students discover firsthand how engineering and technology relate to the world around them and discover the excitement of academic excellence, leadership, technical development, and teamwork. For more information, please contact, please contact the advisor at NSBE@TA.edu.

 

D.E.E.P.

Our liturgical dance ministry is called DEEP...Determined to Enter Eternal Presence. It was formed by a group of former students in 2009. The purpose of this dance group is to empower students to serve Christ using a lyrical and expressive ministry. DEEP has been invited to perform at various events and performances during the school year. Some of these performances occur off-campus at churches and other religious events in the area. For more information, please contact director Andrea Watkins at (301) 434-4700 or AWatkins@TA.edu.

 

TA Ambassadors

TA Ambassadors represent the elite Takoma Academy on campus and off campus in various churches and schools across the region, serving as a mentor, conducting campus tours, assisting with TA 101 in the summer, and serving during Academy day and Open House sessions. TA Ambassadors will engage with both prospective and enrolled students, along with the Takoma Academy Administrative Core team. Selected TA Ambassadors must undergo a 3 session training after selection and prior to serving as an ambassador.