About Adventist Education

The Education ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada (SDACC) consists of over 40 educational institutions across Canada, including early childhood programs, elementary schools, junior academies, and senior academies.  As a ministry, we believe that Adventist education exists to inspire in each student a life of faith, wisdom, and service. 

Office of Education

The SDACC Office of Education serves conferences and approximately 350 educators across Canada. In addition to curriculum and policy support, Office of Education personnel collaborate with colleagues at the North American Division and other unions to support the work of Adventist education across the division.

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Adventist education is based on the philosophy that true education is redemptive, and exists not only to provide academic learning, but also to facilitate opportunities for students to develop a life of faith in God and a commitment to serve God and others. Faith and learning are integrated in all aspects of school life.

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Mission and Vision

The mission of the Seventh-day Adventist school system in Canada is to inspire in each student a life of faith, wisdom, and service.

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The Adventist education system in Canada operates over 40 educational institutions across Canada, serving more than 350 educators, and almost 4000 students.

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Answers to some of the more frequently asked questions about Adventist education can be found here. Contact the Office of Education for further questions.

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