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About Adventist Education
The mission of the world-wide Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) educational system is preparing people for success in the 21st century and beyond. Since 1872, we’ve practiced “whole person” education—teaching young people not only to excel academically, but to develop healthy bodies and thriving spiritual lives. Our teachers and administrators in the North American Division of the SDA system are dedicated to the success of over 55,000 students in nearly 1,000 Adventist K-12 schools and 15 colleges and universities in Canada, the United States and Bermuda.
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For more information on Adventist education, please visit www.nadeducation.org.
CognitiveGenesis, a four-year study of 30,000 students, Grades 3-9 and 11, enrolled in Adventist schools across North America, revealed that not only do students score a half-grade level higher in all subjects, but the more years they attend Adventist schools, the more their average academic achievement jumps.
More on the relationship between Adventist education and academic achievement can be found at www.cognitivegenesis.org.