Dave Anderson '64 shares his life career of working with Boeing, where he served all over the world, as well as his non-profit work since retirement.
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Judy (Bixby) Hagstrom shares her inspiration for and history of her lifetime career as an artist.
Sara (Fabie) Cassidy's willingness to try new things helps shape her success and career.
Andrew Johnson '15 shares his beginnings at MA in Applied Research and Engineering, then his Microgrid research at the University of St. Thomas.
LeRoy Carlson finds new vision after retirement starting 'The Warner E. Sallman Art Collection, Inc.'
Kris (Rosdahl) Ehresmann '80 shares her past year of challenges and encouragement with COVID-19 as the Director of Infectious Disease at the MN Department of Health.
Jim Wald shares the story of his legacy of three distinctly different careers during his 35 years at MA, and how he was initially recruited as the new shop teacher.
Polly shares about the journey of God planting seeds in her life, starting at MA and coming to fruition in her life, her children and her family.
Brian shares how God used his time at MA to make two of the most important decisions of his life.
A midwestern boy makes it big in the Hollywood filmmaking industry.
Kari (Glenn) Fields '90 shares her legacy at MA. "I've never had a desire to look elsewhere because I am so happy at MA."
We were deeply saddened to hear of the devastating loss of Berkley Duckson '20 on Friday, February 19, 2021.
Berkley was a beloved member of the Minnehaha Academy community since preschool and was a freshman at Texas Christian University.
Mark Wilkening serves non-profits and finds God's calling on his life.
Tricia shares the story of how her interests, passions, and calling combined in medicine, international health, and ministry.
Joy's journey of life, relationships, and becoming a teacher
Hugo Mayo shares why, as a student, he chose MA for the 'best academic programs in the city'.
Cal Peterson '58 comes to MA in 9th grade, after being in a one-room schoolhouse in Stillwater, MN. He learns construction and woodworking as a trade, and dedicates his time volunteering at Covenant Pines Bible Camp, where he met his wife Sarmita.
Sarmita (Priede) Peterson escapes Latvia during WW2, and later comes to America as as immigrant.
Congratulations to Nels Elde '91 a 2020 MacArthur Fellow! Elde is an evolutionary geneticist at the University of Utah.
Larry Wefring '61 overcomes epilepsy and seizures with brain surgery.