Adventist Education


The Seventh-day Adventist Church recognizes God as the ultimate source of existence, truth, and power. In the beginning God created in His image a perfect humanity, a perfection later marred by sin. Education in its broadest sense is a means of returning human beings to their original relationship with God. The distinctive characteristics of this Adventist worldview, built around creation, the fall, redemption, and re-creation, are derived from the Bible and the inspired writings of Ellen G. White.

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. This is our motto: A Journey to Excellence.

The Seventh-day Adventists began their search for a quality comprehensive education, in order to offer to their children the academic preparation in accordance with Christian principles. In 1875, the Adventist Education began with the opening of the Battle Creek School, Michigan, which was intended to meet the elementary and secondary levels of basic education. From its birth, the network expanded its operations on every continent, expanding its customer base to all those who sympathize with his philosophy and his methods.

 At the Seventh-day Adventist Education, everyone has equal attention in providing educational services and living style.


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