Adventist Education is redemptive, taking every stage of a young person’s mind, body, and spirit development into consideration in learning, interaction, and discipline.This is what brings about transformation. We want our children to thrive in the kingdom of God!
Please take a look at all the approaches that take place in our classrooms.
Students who understand the principles of right and wrong and the attributes of God’s kingdom are better scholars, leaders, family members, and citizens. Our society needs ethical leaders – and this developmental training experience for young people is a joint effort between home, school, and church.
Adventist education prepares scholars with life training and character development. Adventist education is the best way to educate citizen scholars who demonstrate respect, integrity, truthfulness, perseverance, responsibility, caring, courage and problem solving.
We value God’s creation, so we find ways to give back to the earth and humankind for sustainability, health and wellness. Students learn science from a Creation viewpoint, eat on vegetarian campuses, and discover how to become good stewards.
Community service allows our scholars to think beyond themselves to make the world a little brighter and a little better. Our high school level students participate in global mission and service activities opening up a world of possibilities in service to others.
Students with a growth mindset believe that ability can change as a result of effort, perseverance, and practice. You might hear them say, “Math is hard, but if I keep trying, I can get better at it.” Students with a growth mindset see mistakes as ways to learn, embrace challenges, and persist in the face of setbacks.
-Studies show students with a growth mindset:
-Are more motivated and engaged, even when work is challenging
-Are more likely to review or revise their work
-Score better on math and verbal standardized tests
-Fail fewer classes and have higher GPAs
-Are more likely to persist in high school and college
WHOLE PERSON GROWTH
Whole-person growth in education offers students ample opportunities to encounter Christ, explore the big questions of life, and develop a biblical foundation for making everyday choices that will impact eternity.
Relationship with God