On June 4th, Bhaktivedanta Academy – a Montessori school serving the New Raman Reti community in Alachua, Florida – will reach a successful end to its most challenging year so far.
This Christmas season, students from Alachua’s Bhaktivedanta Academy (BANA) participated in “Outreach Week” from December 16th to 20th, distributing books and prasadam cakes to local businesses.
The new grant will provide high quality anatomical models of different bodily systems for the students to study, which are normally too expensive for the school to buy.
Teachers at ISKCON’s schools work very hard, often with little support – so the chance to connect and collaborate with fellow educators from all over North America at the fifth annual ISKCON Education Conference was a blessing.
In Alachua, North Central Florida, devotees of New Raman Reti – the largest ISKCON community in the Western World – braced themselves for a Category 1 or 2 hurricane, rarely seen so far inland.
This drama performed by the students of Bhaktivedanta Academy, Alachua, Florida, USA, commemorates the 50th anniversary of Srila Prabhupada formally establishing the Hare Krishna movement in the United States and celebrates how he influenced an entire generation and the unprecedented achievements that followed.
Tribute to Srila Prabhupada performed by the students of the Bhaktivedanta Academy, Alachua, Florida, on November 14th, 2015.
The following pictures depict Mayapur's Bhaktivedanta Academy school led by Bhakti-vidya-purna Swami. Photography By Indradyumna Swami.
Over thirty thousand people are expected to attend the grand opening of the seven-storey Radha Govind Dev Mandir and Bhaktivedanta Academy in Noida, Uttar Pradesh from February 11th to 13th. Each morning of the festival will feature talks by senior devotees and spiritual ceremonies inviting the new Deities of Sri-Sri Radha Govind Dev into Their new home.
Bhaktivedanta Academy in Alachua, Florida, USA, is launching its new International Baccalaureate accredited Middle Years Program for students in 7th through 10th grade.