Wander through a classroom in both of our schools and you’ll probably see exactly what you expect: desks, textbooks, and enthusiastic teacher and eager students – essential ingredients of a quality education. But what you won’t see is just as important.
Since it’s founding in the mid-19th century, the 14-million member Adventist church has invested heavily in the future through education. Our schools benefits from this commitment through modern facilities, innovative curriculum, professional development support and quality measurement processes.
Though separated by oceans and continents, all Adventist schools are bound together by a sense of common mission and purpose – to prepare young people for happiness and success on this earth and a glorious life in the world to come.
Beyond the classroom walls, each school is connected to and nurtured by the global Seventh-day Adventist Church’s education system – the largest of any protestant denomination.
Worldwide Adventist Education Profile
North America Adventist Education Profile
-729 elementary schools
-109 secondary schools
-14 colleges & universities
-2,666 elementary teachers
-2,175 secondary teachers
-3,323 college/university professors
-38,999 elementary students
-12,867 secondary students
-24,179 college/university students
Here in North America and Minnesota, the Maplewood Academy school curriculum is based on the comprehensive requirements of the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventist and is aligned with both National and State standards. Adventist schools prepare students of all faiths to interact in a highly competitive and fast-paced world.
You can find out more about the Seventh-day Adventist Church by clicking on the following links: