Top General Conference of the Seventh Day Adventist Church (GCSDAC) Private Schools in West Virginia

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  • For the 2020 school year, there are 4 top private schools in West Virginia belonging to the General Conference of the Seventh Day Adventist Church (GCSDAC), serving 73 students.
  • To ensure that the church gives appropriate and professional approach to the church's education interests, an Education Department was established on all levels of the church's administrative system, with responsibility to ensure that the Adventist philosophy of education and the principles of faith-and-learning are integrated into the life of each of its 1.5 million students in its 7,500 schools, colleges and universities around the world..
  • You can also find more schools membership associations in West Virginia.

Top General Conference of the Seventh Day Adventist Church (GCSDAC) Private Schools (2020)

  • School Location Grades Students
  • Buckhannon SDA School
    (Seventh Day Adventist)
    1122 Brushy Fork Rd
    Buckhannon, WV 26201
    (304)472-0962

    Grades: K-8 | 8 students
  • Highland Adventist School
    Highland Adventist School Photo - Many of our classes use a project-based approach to learning. It really works!
    (Seventh Day Adventist)
    777 Kennedy Street
    Elkins, WV 26241
    (304)636-4274

    Grades: PK-12 | 54 students
  • Summersville Sda School
    (Seventh Day Adventist)
    70 Friends R Fun Dr
    Summersville, WV 26651
    (304)872-0588

    Grades: 1-8 | 11 students
  • Valley View Adventist School
    (Seventh Day Adventist)
    510 Adventist Road
    Bluefield, WV 24701
    (304)325-8679

    Grades: 1-8 | n/a students
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