Educating for eternity 

The aim of true education is to restore human beings into the image of God as revealed by the life of Jesus Christ.

In 1856, for the children in his church, William Cushing pennedthe words of “When He Cometh.” Captured in the brief lines ofthis hymn is the essence of how God values children. Preciousjewels, precious jewels, His loved and His own…
— Our privilege and responsibility

Mission

To enable learners to develop a life of faith in God, and to use their knowledge, skills, and understandings to serve God and humanity.

Vision

For every learner to excel in faith, learning, and service, blending biblical truth and academic achievement to honor God and bless others.


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The Approach & Philosophy of Adventist Education 

The aim of true education is to restore human beings into the image of God as revealed by the life of Jesus Christ. Only through the guidance of the Holy Spirit can this be accomplished. An education of this kind imparts far more than academic knowledge. It fosters a balanced development of the whole person—spiritual, physical, intellectual, and social-emotional—a process that spans a lifetime. Working together, homes, schools, and churches cooperate with divine agencies to prepare learners to be good citizens in this world and for eternity.


Did you know? 

The Seventh-day Adventist church has the largest educational system of Protestant denominations in the United States, and the second largest system worldwide.


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