We have a vision for schools that are SPIRITUALLY sound, ACADEMICALLY rigorous, FINANCIALLY responsible, and EXCELLENT in service. We will develop outcomes for each of these features so that every student can have a “safe” package and a “safe” passage.
The Seventh-day Adventist church has the largest educational system of Protestant denominations in the United States, and the second largest system worldwide. Our K-12 system in the Northeastern Conference is the largest of all regional conferences with over 17 schools, 124 teachers and 2000 students. Several of our schools have individuals with doctoral qualifications on staff. We make decisions through collaboration and cooperation in a spirit of transformational leadership.
How do we stack up?
Adventist Education Refocuses on Mission
The unique strength of the Adventist school system
Improving the Odds
Invest in the future of our Adventist young people.
Less Pomp and More Circumstance
An inside look at how Adventist students are being challenged to change the
A Journey to Excellence
More than 6,500 educators gather in Nashville for the NAD Teachers Convention.
Is Spirituality Dead on Adventist Campuses?
A firsthand view of Christian commitment on Adventist college campuses
The Torch is Passed
Leslie Pollard shares his reflections on Christian education.