Most Adventist schools have a low student-teacher ratio. This allows for more individualized attention and instruction.
CognitiveGenesis, a four year study of 30,000 students enrolled in Seventh-day Adventist schools across North America found that students in Seventh-day Adventist schools achieve an average of half a grade above predicted ability in all subjects.
Students who attend Adventist schools are more likely to attend college. Over 85% of graduates from Adventist high schools attend college and over 80% of them complete college degrees—compared to 14% of public high school students.
Adventist schools focus on preparing students not just for success in this life, but for becoming people of character and integtiry. The ultimate goal of each teacher is to help grow each student holistically, developing both strong interpersonal skills along with educational excellence.