Discover why the OSA was built, how volunteers did it and famous alumni who walked its historic halls


The OSA has a fabulous new future. See what is in store for those who once again walks its halls


Photos of the miraculous move of this 1600-ton stone building to Benson Park. Updates of where restoration efforts are today.

The Oneida Stake Academy was one of 35 LDS Academies sponsored by the LDS Church built by Mormon pioneers between 1890-1894.
It was used for educational purposes for over 100 years. When it faced demolition in 2003 Friends of the Academy raised $1.3 million to
move the 1,600 ton structure 2 blocks to its present home in Benson Park in Preston Idaho.