Greenville Sda School
5.00 (2 reviews)
- The Greenville Seventh-day Adventist School family exists to show children Jesus, nurture their love for Him and others, teach them to think, and empower them to serve.
- The Greenville Seventh-day Adventist School is operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church to provide a spiritually oriented education for children.
- A belief in the existence of the Creator God is fundamental in the philosophy of Seventh-day Adventist schools.
- We respect His divine authority and recognize His intervention in human affairs.
- We believe that true education develops the spiritual, mental, and physical powers of each student; preparing them for the joy of service in this life and for the higher joy of service in the life to come.
- To achieve this goal, we encourage each student to develop a personal relationship with God and his fellow men as stated in Matthew, master the basic academic skills, value labor, physical and mental, as the, blessing God intended, cultivate physical fitness, mental ability, and moral purity as the blessing God intended.
|Religious Affiliation||Seventh Day Adventist|
|Grades Offered||Grades Prekindergarten-8|
|Total Students||34 students|
|Student Body Type||Co-ed|
|% Students of Color|
State avg.: 13%
|Students by Grade|
Academics and Faculty
|Total Classroom Teachers||3 teachers|
|Student : Teacher Ratio||11:1|
National avg.: 13:1
|% Faculty w/Advanced Degree|
|Average Class Size||13 students|
Finances and Admission
|Admission Deadline||None / Rolling|
|Yearly Tuition Cost||$3,750|
|Tuition Notes||$350.00 registration|
|Total ExtracurricularsTotal Extra-curric.||9 extracurriculars|
|ExtracurricularsExtra-curric.||Career day, Chimes, Drama Club, fall fest, March Madness, Outdoor Ed (5th-8th), Puppets, School's Social Events, Week of Prayer|
- Study Finds Adventist School Students' Performance Higher Than National Norm Washington, D.C.- Adventist Education, the educational division of the North American Seventh-day Adventist Church, recently released a report showing that, according to standardized achievement and ability tests, the students enrolled in Adevntist schools in the U.S. and Bermuda score on average a full half grade level higher than the national average and half a grade higher than their predicted ability. The report is part of an average four-year study, CognitiveGenesis, which is studying 30,000 students yearly, grades 3-9 and 11, enrolled in Adventist schools in North America. The study is being conducted at La Sierra University in Riverside,Calif., and is currently in its third year. Researchers are compiling the results of standardized tests as well as answers to survey questions in lifestyle and other factors related to academic achievement. "Our purpose is not to defend the educational system as it is, but to find out how well we are doing and what we can do to improve the educational experience of our children," said Dr. Elissa Kido, study project manager. The study has also found that the longer a student studies in an Adventist school, the more average achievement increases. About Adventist Education- Founded in 1877, Adventist Education is the second largest denominational educational system in the world, second only to Catholic schools. Adventist Education curriculum was developed to teach students not only to excel academically, but to develop healthy bodies and thriving spiritual lives. In Bermuda, Canada and the U.S., 4,700 teachers instruct over 55,000 students in nearly 1,000 Adventist K-12 schools and 15 colleges and universities. About Seventh-day Adventist- The Seventh-day Adventist church grew in the mid 1840s during the Second Great Awakening, a time of religious revival in the United States. Its first members came from the Methodist, Presbyterian, and Baptist congregations, but over the following decades the denomination has grown into a worldwide church with millions of members. The church focuses on healthcare, education, and human service activities. There is at least one Adventist healthcare center in many major metropolitan areas in North America, including Florida Hospital, regarded the busiest hospital system in the U.S. Adventists are also active providing schools and hospitals where they are needed around the world. Today the worlwide Adventist Church has over 15 million members in more than 200 countries. Adventists operate 7200+ schools worldwide with nearly 1.5 million students. They also run 168 hospitals worldwide, 138 nursing homes and retirement centers, 442 clinics and dispensaries, and 34 orphanages and children's homes. In addition, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) International, a disaster relief organization, funds over 2,400 projects in 112 countries.
- School Location Miles Grades Students
- Lexington Grades: 1-8
241 Riverchase Way
Lexington, SC 29072
(803)796-0277 91.3 1-8
- Fayetteville Grades: 1-11 | 92 students
2601 Lone Pine Dr
Fayetteville, NC 28306
(910)484-6091 196.6 1-11
The quality of the academic program prepared me for everystep in my educational process. I have maintained 3.5 GPA and higher through obtaining my college degree. I was well prepared for higher education. My teachers have given me support and have kept up with my me even after I left their classroom. Going into a Master's program, I am still receiving support and encouragement from my first grade teacher and other teachers. The support never goes away. There has never been issues of bullying as we hear about in the news now. Students matter and are important to the school staff. I highly recomment this school.
- Posted by Student/Alumni - decfo
This is an excellent school with small class sizes and well-qualified teachers. Progressive, award-winning curriculum given by award-winning school. This school was named an Adventist Edge School of Excellence in 2012. They even offer 3 days free to check them out!!!! Family feel with professionally delivered education.
- Posted by Parent - wanda
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