The Adventist school system is one of the largest Christian educational systems in the world. Within the Pacific Union Conference, there are 34 junior and senior academies, 79 elementary schools, and 27 child development centers.
Pacific Union College, founded in 1882, is a private Seventh-day Adventist college in Napa Valley, California.
Holbrook Indian School (HIS) is a first- through twelfth-grade boarding academy providing education for Native American children and youth since 1946.
Elmshaven is a historical home located in the world-famous Napa Valley of California. Ellen G. White, a world-renowned author and publisher, purchased the property and lived in it until her death in 1915. It is now an important historical site.
Loma Linda University is a Seventh-day Adventist organization with more than 4,400 students located in Southern California. Eight schools comprise the University organization.
SOULS West is a Bible college located in Prescott, Arizona that provides literature evangelist and Bible work training.
The North American Division coordinates the ministries and activities of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America.
The General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists is the coordinating body of the denomination. Located in Silver Spring, Maryland, in the United States, it coordinates the ministries and activities of the Seventh-day Adventist Church worldwide.
Western Adventist Foundation assists individuals who would like to benefit Seventh-day Adventist ministries through various Planned Giving tools.