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Adventist Education

Adventist Education has come a long way since 1853 when Martha Byington opened the first known church school for Sabbatarian Adventists in Buck's Bridge, New York. Today you'll find Adventist schools in nearly 150 countries. 85,000 teachers, 1.5 million students, 7,500 schools—the Adventist school system is one of the largest Christian educational systems in the world.

Imagine attending school with towering mountains outside your classroom window or even having the ability to watch ground squirrels scurry around in the prairie. Montana offers a wide variety of environments in which it is easy to recognize the Creator's fingerprints. The majority of Adventist schools across Montana are 1-2 teacher schools, which provide a family atmosphere for students. Each teacher has a passion for teaching and ministering to the families in their school communities.

The Education team at the Montana Conference is here to support the schools, teachers, students, and families. Let's do this together!

Our Core Curriculum Goals

Learners

will choose to accept God as the Creator and the Redeemer.

Learners

will grow in their knowledge and understanding of God’s creation.

Learners

will creatively apply their spiritual, physical, intellectual, and social-emotional knowledge.

Learners

will demonstrate their commitment to the Creator through service to others.

Education Team

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Renae Young

Education Superintendent

406-587-3101

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Maurita Crew

Assistant Education Superintendent