Many working parents look forward to the moment when their children are ready for school—rather than preschool—and the sudden relief from those burdensome monthly payments. It’s fair to wonder whether the significant expense of a Christian education is really worth the cost—and whether it’s the right thing for your family. Evidence suggests that faith-based elementary education provides distinct advantages to your children and your whole family. School treasurers pledge to do their best to make this education affordable to any family that wants it, always offering the most economical tuition package possible.
Our motto sums up our single most important goal. We are all about “Preparing students to be citizens of this world and the world to come.” Every single Adventist elementary school is staffed by caring men and women fully committed to the idea that heaven is a real destination, and that Jesus is the Savior and Friend of every child who seeks Him.
Adventist schools excel in academics, achieving high scores on standardized achievement tests, and boasting a strong curriculum focused on STEM achievement, such as robotics, as well as the arts and humanities. Frequently updated textbooks, like the fresh ByDesign science curriculum, offer the current and cutting edge information children need to develop critical thinking skills and curiosity about the world. The Word of God is integrated into all subject areas, and children explore the major themes of the Bible in a way that’s gracious and respectful of other faiths and perspectives.
Adventist education has always been focused on the relationship between mind, body, and spirit. We don’t keep our heads in books all the time. Kids in Adventist schools are in choirs; they’re active in art classes and soccer leagues. They go on field trips and weekend mission adventures. They excel at water rafting and perform in chamber orchestras. Our kids are well-rounded, happily learning about their talents and strengths, and preparing for the next challenge with faith in God to help them achieve.