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Colegio Timón, an Adventist elementary (preschool and primary) and secondary school in Madrid operated by the Spanish Adventist Union.

Colombia Adventist University Corporation (Corporación Universitaria Adventista, also UNAC) is a nonprofit university institution whose primary objective was to offer post-secondary education at the university level. The Inter-American Division endorsed the institution’s establishment, and the Adventist Accrediting Association recognized the programs it offered.

The Cruzeiro do Sul Adventist Academy (Instituto Adventista Cruzeiro do Sul, IACS) offers early childhood, elementary and high school education to day and boarding students. It is one of the institutions of the South Brazil Union (União Sul Brasileira, USB) and is located in the city of Taquara, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

The Cuba Adventist Theological Seminary (SETAC) is the only educational institution of the Adventist church in Cuba. It accepts students from the conferences and missions of the Cuba Union Conference who wish to obtain a bachelor’s degree in theology. In addition, students come from other Latin American countries and from other continents, with representatives from Mexico, Belize, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Panama, Ecuador, Bolivia, Venezuela, Chile, Peru, Canada, the United States, Puerto Rico, Haiti, Congo, and Angola.

​Curitiba Adventist Academy Bom Retiro is an educational unit administrated by South Parana Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. It has been in existence for over 120 years, making it the first confessional school among the nearly 500 such units operating in Brazil. It is located in the city of Curitiba, in the state of Paraná.

Daejeon Sahmyook Middle School (Daejeon Sahmyook Joonghakkyo) is a secondary educational institution affiliated with the Middlewest Korean Conference of the Korean Adventist Church.

​Dakota Adventist Academy is a co-educational boarding high school that opened in the fall of 1977 on nearly 1,000 acres located northwest of Bismarck, North Dakota, and overlooking the Missouri River. The Dakota Conference of Seventh-day Adventists under the jurisdiction of the Mid-America Union Conference owns and operates the school.

​Donghae Sahmyook Secondary School is located at 5367 Donghae-daero, in Donghae-si, Gangwon-do. It is a secondary school that is operated in Korea in accordance with the educational ideals of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

The East China Union established the East China Union Academy when the Japanese then occupied most of the union’s territory during the Pacific War.

​Primary Adventist Academy (Academia Primaria Adventista del Este) is an elementary school operated by the East Puerto Rico Conference in Villa Prades, Río Piedras, Puerto Rico.

East Java Academy, nationally known as Sekolah Lanjuntan Advent Purwodadi (SLA-Purwodadi), was registered as a boarding school operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the East Java Conference. It is located in Jalan Raya Purwodadi, regency of Pasuruan, East Java. This school was first located in Sukorejo, and then it moved to its current location.

Edinburgh College was opened in 1964 by the Trans-Commonwealth Union Conference as Lilydale Adventist Academy.

Ekamai International School (EIS) (then Christian Training Center, CTC) opened in 1946 with only a few children in the first class. The classes were held in the garage of Dr. Ralph Waddell on Phayathai Road in Bangkok, Thailand. Later a classroom was constructed of bamboo with a metal roof. In 1957 the present Ekamai property was purchased.

​Ekebyholm Mission School began when the Nyhyttan Mission School was relocated; it had the same aim and was to serve the East Nordic Union’s Swedish speaking members, mostly from Sweden but with some from Finland. The school had two tiers: a general education, and a theological seminary. The theological seminary was to provide the two countries with pastors and Bible workers as well as staff for its institutions.

​The Ellen G. White Research Center of Bahia Adventist College (Bahia Adventist College FADBA White Center) is an institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, supervised by Ellen G. White Estate Incorporated, headquartered in Silver Spring, Maryland, United States. The Ellen G. White Research Center - FADBA is located in the territory of the East Brazil Union Mission (União Leste Brasileira, ULB), and operates on the premises of Bahia Adventist College (FADBA), in Capoeiruçu village, city of Cachoeira, state of Bahia, Brazil.

Emmanuel Missionary College (EMC), an Adventist institution of higher education located in Berrien Springs, Michigan, operated from 1901 to 1960. Founded as Battle Creek College (BCC), EMC was the Adventist denomination’s first institution of higher learning. In 1960 the original Seventh-day Adventist college merged with Potomac University, which included the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary and other graduate programs, on the Berrien Springs campus and underwent another name change, becoming Andrews University.

​The Espirito Santo Academy (Educandário Espírito Santense Adventista or EDESSA) offers early childhood, elementary, and high school education to day and boarding students. It operates on the territory of the Southeast Brazil Union Conference (União Sudeste Brasileira or USeB) .

The Eyira Adventist Vocational Academy (EAVA) was officially established in 1996, becoming the first Seventh-day Adventist Church operated secondary school in the then “liberated area” of South Sudan.

Fletcher Academy is a co-educational college preparatory high school. Although independently managed and operated by Fletcher Academy, Inc., the school is closely affiliated with the Seventh-day Adventist church. Fletcher Academy, Inc. also owns and manages Captain Gilmer Christian School, Fletcher Park Inn, and the Lelia Patterson Center—a fitness and aquatics facility.

Forest Lake Academy is a coeducational preparatory day school for secondary education serving grades nine to twelve, situated 11 miles northwest of Orlando, Florida, and four miles east of Apopka, Florida. The academy is fully accredited by the Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges, the state of Florida, and the SDA Board of Regents.