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Who We Are?

 

A private elementary, middle and high school (PK-12) chartered by the Republic of the Marshall Islands Ministry of Education, operated by a Board of Directors and Guam-Micronesia Mission (GMM) of Seventh-day Adventists.

 

Our History

 

1980 – Founded.

 

2020 – A budding campus with Elementary, Middle, and High Schools with a population of more than 300 students.

 

 

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To prepare our students for citizenship both in this world and in the world to come, by training them to be responsible, contributing members of their community and of God’s family.

Accredition

Ebeye Seventh-day Adventist School is accredited by the Adventist Accrediting Association (AAA) of Seventh-day Adventist Schools, Colleges, and Universities. AAA is the denominational accrediting authority for all secondary, tertiary and graduate educational programs and institutions owned by Seventh-day Adventist Church entities.

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Our priciples

 

Ebeye Seventh-day Adventist School is open to all persons:

 

  • Of upright moral character, whether or not they are members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
  • Who want to develop a Christian character.
  • Who respect and revere sacred things.
  • Who observe the principles and regulations of the institution.

Our Philosophy

Seventh-day Adventists believe that God, the Creator of the universe, is the Source of knowledge and wisdom. God made man perfect in His own image, and communicated with him directly. However, through sin, man lost that personal communion, and sin, death, and misunderstanding of God were the natural results. Therefore, the purpose of true education is to repair the relationship between God and man, and to restore man back into God’s likeness.

In order to gain true knowledge of their Maker, students are instructed in the Holy Bible and are encouraged to commit to a Christ-centered lifestyle, enjoying friendship and communion with God. The School aims to develop the students’ character for service in this life and the life to come by balancing spiritual, mental, physical, and social growth.

We do not discriminate against any ethnic group or nationality.