High school is such an important time of life. Teens are right on the cusp of adulthood and already making life-changing decisions about health, careers, and sex. They are forming lasting values, opinions and strategies for operating in the world. Wouldn’t you love to offer your son or daughter an academic home where godliness is prized and where eternal friendships are cemented?
Teens are often stereotyped as reckless thrill-seekers—and it is certainly true that many have a high level of energy and crave excitement and fun. Many are also quiet introverts who appreciate one-on-one conversation and relaxed contemplation. Adventist secondary schools provide plenty for both types. In addition to rigorous and differentiated academics, our schools offer high-volume experiences in sports, College Bowl competitions, worship-fest and motivational talks. They also allow for quiet time: gatherings for prayer when someone loses a relative, space for the Holy Spirit to moves across a gathered assembly, awe when a teen gives their heart to Jesus and is baptized.