The Adventist independent school system is a worldwide network of quality Christian schools, colleges and universities. The system has been operating for over a century and is now one of the largest protestant independent school systems in the word.
It is owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the system and the schools within it support and exceed regulatory standards of education. The schools have developed an enviable reputation for a quality, well-rounded education both locally and internationally.
Committed to making quality Christian education accessible to everyone, each Adventist school is founded on Christian principles and welcomes students from all religious and cultural backgrounds.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church operates 5, 846 schools worldwide, with a total enrolment of over 1 million students. There are 60 Adventist independent schools in Australia that cater for over 12,000 students in every State and Territory.
The 8 schools covering the regions of the Greater Sydney area all provide a quality education in modern, well-equipped buildings and grounds.
The schools are comprehensive, co-educational schools offering a range of facilities and programs to a range of age groups. Each school has its own individual programs based on the core philosophies of the Adventist education system.