Gem State Adventist Academy is a coeducational boarding high school operated by the Idaho Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.
Good Hope Adventist High School is a secondary school level educational institution under the auspices of the Cape Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in the Southern Africa Union Conference.
The Goshen Adventist Secondary School (Sekolah Menengah Advent Goshen) is a private Seventh-day Adventist school offering Grade 1 through high school. It is located at Jalan Simpangan Kg, Jalan Goshen, 89108 Kota Marudu, Sabah, Malaysia. Since its establishment in 1960, it has sought to offer physical, mental, social, and spiritual nurture via a strong academic and spiritual program.
Grão Pará Adventist Academy
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The Grão Pará Adventist Institute (Instituto Adventista Grão-Pará or IAGP) is a day school that offers elementary and high school education in Brazil. It belongs to the Seventh-day Adventist Church and is part of the Adventist world education network.
Greater Boston Academy (also known as GBA) is a co-educational K-12 day school located at 108 Pond Street in Stoneham, Massachusetts (MA). It is owned by the Southern New England Conference and operated by a local school board. The school has student representation from several churches in the Greater Boston area. The chief school publication is the yearbook, The Mayflower.
Greater Miami Adventist Academy (GMAA) is a co-educational Pre-K-12 day school located on a five-acre campus at 500 NW 122nd Ave in Miami, Florida. Owned by the Florida Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and accredited by the Accrediting Association of Seventh-day Adventist Schools, Colleges, and Universities, a member of the National Council for Private School Accreditation, the school operates with the support of several constituent churches in the South Florida area.
In the early 1900s, because educational opportunities were rare, correspondence education was increasing in popularity within the United States. Adventist educators at Walla Walla College and Keene Academy had attempted to develop correspondence schools. Goodloe Harper Bell, the first teacher of the first Adventist school, who is also considered to be the founder of Adventist education, hoped to develop such an organization. Eventually, Bell collaborated with educator Frederick Griggs, secretary of education for the General Conference, who envisioned educating people around the world. As a result, The Fireside Correspondence School was established in 1909. The goal was to provide the benefits of an education to those unable to attend traditional schools.
Hankook Sahmyook High School is a part of the General Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and is affiliated with the North Pacific Division of Seventh-day Adventists.1 It belongs to the Korean Union Conference and the West Central Korean Conference of Seventh-day Adventists locally.
Hankook Sahmyook Middle School (Hankook Sahmyook Junghakkyo)is a secondary educational institution affiliated with the West Central Korean Conference of the Korean Adventist Church. This middle school is located in 815, Hwarang-ro, in Nowon-gu, Seoul, South Korea.
Harmon School of Seventh-day Adventists, situated in Rockly Vale, Scarborough, is the pinnacle of Seventh-day Adventist secondary education in Tobago.
Helderberg College of Higher Education is an educational institution of the Southern Africa Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.
Hilliard Christian School is a coeducational day school for students from pre-kindergarten to grade 10, located in the suburb of Moonah in Hobart, the capital city of the state of Tasmania in Australia.
Holbrook Indian School is located on 320 acres of land outside Holbrook, Arizona, just south of the Navajo Indian Reservation.
Hong Kong Adventist College and Hong Kong Adventist Academy are coeducational institutions, grades K-16 located in Clearwater Bay, Hong Kong. The college traces its lineage to 1903, and for much of its early beginning, it operated as an elementary school or as a training center for church workers. The college has officially operated as a postsecondary institution since 1958. Hong Kong Adventist Academy also traces its origins to 1903. Although the academy opened unofficially in 2007, it did not gain formal legal status until 2010.
Iakina Adventist Academy is located in Pago Pago, American Samoa.
Iceland Secondary School (Hlíðardalsskóli) is a coeducational boarding school on the senior high school level that is situated at Ölfusi 50 kilometers (30 miles) east of Reykjavík and owned by the Iceland Conference.
Ikizu High School is an Adventist institution located in Bunda Rural Council, Musoma, Tanzania.
The Indian Christian Training School (ICTS) opened on November 3, 1915 in a large rented bungalow within a large compound on 17 Abbott Road, Lucknow. I. F. Blue, a former professor of Union College, was the founding principal of the school.
Indiana Academy is an accredited, co-educational boarding senior high school located in the U.S. state of Indiana, established in 1902.
Indonesia Adventist University (Universitas Advent Indonesia or UNAI) is an educational boarding school at the University level operated by the West Indonesia Union Mission. The college started as a training school in 1929 and turned into a college in 1949. Today, the college offers the following programs: Bachelor of Arts in Theology, Mathematics, English, Accountancy, Management, Information System, Computer Science, Nursing, Biology, Master in Philosophy (Ministry), Master in Management, Diploma of Nursing, Nursing profession, and Diploma of Secretarial Science. All programs are accredited by the Adventist Accrediting Association (AAA) and the National Accreditation Institution of the Republic of Indonesia (BAN-PT).