To enable learners to develop a life of faith in God, and to use their knowledge, skills, and understandings to serve God and humanity.
Seventh-day Adventists are a Bible-embracing, Christ-believing, and Second Coming-awaiting people. We believe that what we do here on earth matters. Sharing the good news of the gospel, caring for others, and making our earthly home the best it can be are some of the ways we demonstrate our love for the Lord.
Loving God and serving others go hand in hand. Adventists believe it is their calling to share the good news that Jesus loves us, died to save us, and will return to take us to Heaven. To that end, Adventist schools have made it a mission to serve God, each other, our communities, and our world.
The Adventist church has the second-largest parochial school system in the world, with more than 7,500 schools in nearly 150 countries serving 1.5 million students. Local schools operate under the umbrella of Adventist education, so even the smallest schools are part of a worldwide network of dedicated educators and Bible-based curriculum.
Adventist schools encourage students to learn, grow, and explore their world encircled by the safe boundaries of caring teachers, curated curriculum, and relevant activities for each developmental stage.
Our schools let students learn, grow, and explore their world encircled by the safe boundaries of caring teachers, curated curriculum, and relevant activities for each developmental stage.