The MISSION of Adventist Education
Our belief about Christian education is Biblically based, with an unashamed desire to emulate the life of Jesus Christ. The aim of Adventist Education in NSW is to create an educational environment that makes it more likely that each student will accept Jesus Christ as their Saviour and friend. Adventist Education is built on the belief that each student is unique and of immeasurable value. We value the importance of systematic development of the whole person. Students are taught to accept the concept of service as a principle of life; to be sensitive to the needs of people; and to become contributing members in their home, church and society.
There are 10 Seventh-day Adventist Schools operating throughout northern NSW, each providing quality education in a Christian environment. Discover where our schools are located and learn more about the positive opportunities our schools can provide for your child. Our Schools
The SPECIAL CHARACTER of Adventist Education
Listen to Dean Bennetts, Principal of Central Coast Adventist School talk about the special character of Adventist Education.
The Special Character of Adventist Education from NorthPoint VIDEO on Vimeo.
Combined Schools Leadership Camp
Adventist Education in northern NSW provided a combined schools Leadership Camp early in 2009, to help equip senior students in a range of leadership skills, with a particular focus on spiritual leadership.
Schools Leadership Camp from NorthPoint VIDEO on Vimeo.
CAPE & CASE Meetings
Staff in Adventist Schools participate in an annual professional development convention known as CAPE & CASE meetings (Curriculum for Adventist Primary Education and Curriculum for Adventist Secondary Education). Read more about the 2009 meetings HERE.