11:05 A.M. – Concert at Hamburg SDA Church, 22 Willow Road, Hamburg, PA 19526
Friday, March 10
2:00 P.M. – Load bus and leave for Cherry Hill SDA Church,
700 Cooper Landing Road, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
Supper at Cherry Hill Church
7:00 P.M. – Vespers concert at Cherry Hill SDA Church
8:30 P.M. – Depart for Woodbury SDA Church , set up and go to host homes.
Sabbath, March 11
11:00 A.M. – Concert at Woodbury SDA Church
330 East Barber Avenue, Woodbury, NJ
Lunch at Woodbury Church
5:00 P.M. – Vespers concert at Williamstown SDA Church,
946 North Main Street, Williamstown, NJ 08094
Supper at Williamstown Church
7:00 P.M. – Load bus and leave for BMA.
Approximate arrival time at BMA – 9:30 P.M.
Winter Break begins at 12:30 P.M. on Sunday, February 19. NO bus transportation or lunch is provided on February 19.
February 26 – Dorms re-open at 3:00 P.M.
Buses WILL run on February 26. Be sure to call the Business Office (484-662-7021) to pay for your one-way return trip.
Friday, February 17
Freshmen – Choir Room
Sophomores – Home Ec Room
Juniors – Library
Seniors – Room 5
Friday, March 3, 2017
9:30 a.m. Registration (South side entrance to Gym)
Once Paid & Registered, groups may move into Dorms-
Adult Sponsors must check in at dorms before students can move into rooms.
10:30-11:40 Rehearsal (Choir in Sanctuary, Band & Strings in Band room)
11:55-12:25 Lunch in the Cafeteria
2:55-3:30 Break Time in Gymnasium…Sponsors please accompany your students.
5:30-6:30 Dress Rehearsal – Choir & Orchestra
6:30-7:15 Preparation for Vespers in Dorms
7:30-9:00 BMA Concert-Vespers Service
9:45p.m. Lights Out
Sabbath, March 4, 2017
9:30-10:30 Festival Choir on Sanctuary Stage, Festival Orchestra in the Orchestra room
10:45-12:15 Church Service in Sanctuary (Festival Choir and Orchestra to perform)
3:30-4:30 Elementary Music Showcase
6:00-6:30 Festival Choir warm up (Gym Stage)
Festival Orchestra warm up (Gym Floor)
6:30-8:00 Festival Choir and Orchestra Secular Performance in Gymnasium
Cell Phone and Personal Listening Device Policy
Cell phones are allowed at Blue Mountain Academy for your convenience.
- No phone is to be heard or used in classrooms (unless permitted by the teacher), meetings, programs or worship.
- Texting is allowed in public areas (even in the Ad Building), but not in classrooms, meetings, programs or worship.
- Students must register their phone with their respective deans. This would include the phone number and serial number.
- Cell phone usage in the dorms must follow guidelines in the dorm handbooks.
There is a wide variety of music available and a very broad spectrum of values as to what is right and what is wrong in the realm of music. While it is not our desire as a staff to make these value decisions for you as a student, it is our desire to influence you toward Christian values in making music choices. We do recognize that there is music that is totally unacceptable on our campus. Blue Mountain Academy exists to promote a relationship with Jesus Christ and we will not allow inappropriate music, such as, but not limited to – music that includes an anti-Christian message, music that includes a message that is pornographic in nature, or music that includes inappropriate words (misusing God’s name, other forms of swearing, etc.) With such a broad spectrum of music from which to choose, we expect that you will not include these types on your play lists.
Personal listening devices may be used in these areas (headphones/earpieces required)
- One mile walk (please be aware of oncoming traffic)
- Pond loop (NOT on runway)
- Homeleave transportation
- Tours (May only be used with the permission of the sponsor.)
- Dorm rooms (If sound is retained in the room, headphones/earpieces do not need to be used.)
They may NOT be used in these areas:
- Any classes, meetings or programs associated with the school – both on and off campus.
- Any area not on the approved list above
- Vocational Education Class/Lab
Staff members may confiscate devices and earpieces/headphones if seen or used in undesignated areas or times. The devices will be given to the Principal or dean. Failure of the student to follow staff member’s request may require a disciplinary action.
I agree to abide by the above policy.
Student’s Signature ________________________________________________________________
Student’s Printed name _____________________________________________________________
Policy revised August 17, 2015. BMA reserves the right to amend the above policy as needed.
Please be sure to check Power School on a regular basis for updated attendance grades.
If you ever have any questions regarding attendance, please contact Mrs. Eyer.
Remember, absences, tardies, lates can not be excused without a note. If you child needs to miss a class for any reason, please submit a request to Mrs. Eyer to submit to the Campus Life Committee.
Winter Friday Schedule:
1st period – 7:40 A.M.
2nd period – 8:55 A.M.
3rd period – 10:10 A.M.
Assembly – 11:25
Lunch – 11:45 A.M.
NO 4th period
5th period – 12:35P.M.
6th period – 1:50 P.M.
7th period – 3:05-4:15 P.M.