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Adventist Education

Adapts GC branding​ By Dr Jean Carter

The Seventh-day Adventist Church shares Jesus and His Word with the world through a variety of ministries, including education. Across Australia, the Seventh-day Adventist Church administers almost 60 schools catering to more than 12,000 students. Worldwide, the church operates almost 6,000 schools with a total enrolment of over one million students. This network of experience and care enables us to provide children with quality education in an ideal environment for them to learn and grow academically and as people.

the schools over the coming months, starting with our newsletters.

Following adoption of a global identity style by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Adventists Schools Australia has endorsed the adoption of new logos and style guide for its education ministry in keeping with the global brand. Schools in the Greater Sydney Conference will, over time, adopt the new logos and style guides to keep consistency with the global brand. “As part of the Adventist education philosophy we believe that each child is unique and of immeasurable value. At the heart of Adventist education is a belief that children achieve true growth when their mental, physical, and spiritual needs are met. With a focus on personal attention to your child, our independent schools provide a nurturing and caring learning environment where Christian values are upheld,” says the Executive Director of Education, Dr Jean Carter. “Our values are formed from our faith and our new brand is a reflection of the strength that embodies.”

New logos for Sydney Adventist Schools.

Choosing the right school for your child can set them on a path to a bright future, both personally as well as professionally. Sydney Adventist schools provide your child with an excellent all-round education.


You will start to see our new brand rolled out across


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Profile for Sydney Adventist

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Adventist news from around Greater Sydney

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Adventist news from around Greater Sydney