We follow Jesus’ example by nurturing each child’s growth as a whole person: academically, physically, spiritually and socially.
At Lewis County Adventist School we work to provide a safe, close-knit, inclusive learning environment for our students. We believe in the power of curiosity and creativity that comes with this age group, and harness these qualities in order to engage our students in active learning.
We believe the best education results when Christ is the center of all we do. The Bible is our foundation and students learn through a whole child approach - nurturing their growth spiritually, academically, physically, and socially.
Our students have the opportunity to be involved in community service projects, cross-age classrooms, and an inclusive school community. They thrive in an environment that provides a warm, friendly environment, with dedicated and engaging teachers and a diverse student body.
Partnering for Eternity Scholarship (PFE). Students are matched with a senior citizen mentor to spend one hour together each week. This tims can be spent helping the senior, or spending time together to develop a mutually beneficial relationship. Each year, we have approximately 15 scholarship positions.
Sister School in Korea - Donghae Sahmyook Middle School and Seoul Sahmyook Middle School are our sister schools in South Korea. This school year we welcome and are happy to have 3 students from South Korea attending our school.
World Vision Partnership - Once a month, 9th & 10th grade students volunteer at World Vision to help sort and package items for distribution to local non-profit organizations and then to their communities.
“We believe the Adventist advantage in education is due to a holistic approach taken by the school system. There’s an unusual commitment to educating the mind, body and spirit.”
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