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School City Grades Phone
College View Academy Lincoln, NE PK - 12  402-483-1181 
Columbus Adventist Christian School Columbus, NE 1 - 8 402-563-2620
Enterprise Adventist School Enterprise, KS 1 - 8 785-263-8922
George Stone School (Union College) Lincoln, NE 1 - 8 402-486-2895
Great Bend Adventist School Great Bend, KS   1 - 8 620-793-9247
Maranatha Christian School Hays, KS 1 - 8 785-625-3975
Midland Adventist Academy Shawnee, KS K - 12 913-268-7400
Omaha Memorial Adventist School Omaha, NE 1 - 8 402-397-4642
Platte Valley Elementary School Grand Island, NE 1 - 8 308-258-7298
Prairie View Adventist School Chadron, NE 1 - 8 308-432-4228
Three Angels Adventist School Wichita, KS K - 8 316-832-1010
Topeka Adventist Christian School Topeka, KS 1 - 8 785-272-9474
Valley View Adventist School Scottsbluff, NE    1 - 8 308-632-8804
Wichita Adventist Christian Academy Wichita, KS 1 - 10 316-267-9472
Yates Memorial School Eureka, KS 1 - 8 620-583-7523
       
Boarding Academies Attended by Kansas & Nebraska Students
Campion Academy Loveland, CO 9 - 12 970-667-5592
Maplewood Academy Hutchinson, MN 9 - 12 320-587-2830
Ozark Adventist Academy Gentry, AR 9 - 12 479-736-2224
Sunnydale Adventist Academy Centralia, MO  9 - 12 573-682-2164
       
       
 
Education Department

About Adventist Education

The Kansas-Nebraska Conference operates 16 schools in Kansas and Nebraska and is a part of the Seventh-day Adventist educational program, which includes nearly 7,600 schools, colleges and universities, with over 80,000 teachers and 1,545,000 students.

Goals of Adventist Education

  • Commitment to God
  • Commitment to the Church
  • Family and Interpersonal Relationships
  • Responsible Citizenship
  • Healthy Balanced Living
  • Intellectual Development
  • Communcation Skills
  • Life Skills
  • Aesthetic Appreciation
  • Career and Service

Are Adventist schools accredited? Do they provide as complete an education as other public or private schools?

Every Adventist school is accredited by a state or national accrediting body. In addition, the church office of education also operates a comprehensive accrediting process to maintain a high standard of excellence in all Adventist schools. If you're interested in a particular Adventist school, feel free to contact that school and ask to be put in touch with students and parents who attend that school to get a sense of what the education is like. We think you'll find that on average Adventist schools are great places to learn.  For more information about Adventist Education, you can visit the North American Divison of Seventh-day Adventist
Education Site