Bentonville Seventh-day Adventist School
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New Student Info 2017-2018: Grades 1-8



Our Mission Statement
The Bentonville Seventh-day Adventist School is dedicated to the preparation of young people for unselfish service to God and to humanity. More specifically, it is the purpose of this school to teach its young people to think and to do; to be honest, courteous, unselfish Christian neighbors; to be prompt, thorough, industrious workers; to be discriminating in the use of leisure time and the choice of entertainment.

Philosophy
The Bentonville Seventh-day Adventist Church recognizes God as the ultimate source of existence and truth. In the beginning, God created in His image a perfect humanity, a perfection later marred by sin. Through Christ and His Spirit, God determined to restore humanity from its lost state. Through the Bible, He has revealed His will to the world, a revelation that supersedes human reason. Through His people here on earth, He seeks the lost for His kingdom.

The basic beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church are directed toward God’s plan of restoration for fallen humanity. The Church conducts its own system of education to provide a quality Christian education, within the context of one’s personal relationship with Jesus Christ, and to foster a desire to share that relationship with others.

Made in God’s image, every human being, although fallen, is endowed with attributes akin to those of the Creator. Therefore, Adventist education seeks to nurture the thinkers rather than mere reflectors of others’ thoughts; loving service rather than selfish ambition; maximum development of one’s potential; and an appreciation for all that is beautiful, true, and good.

An education of this kind imparts far more than academic knowledge. It is a balanced development of the whole person. Its time dimensions span eternity. In Adventist education, homes, schools, and churches cooperate together with divine agencies in preparing learners for citizenship here on this earth and in the New Earth to come.

About Seventh-day Adventist Education
Our school is an accredited member of the Accrediting Association of Seventh-day Adventist Schools, Colleges, and Universities which is a recognized member of the National Council for Private School Accreditation.

The Seventh-day Adventist Church operates the largest Protestant educational system in the world. Currently, there are approximately 5,766 schools around the world, which includes elementary schools, high schools, colleges, and universities.

In the Arkansas-Louisiana Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, several Adventist elementary schools are operated by local churches including the Bentonville Adventist School in northwest Arkansas. Ozark Adventist Academy in Gentry provides a quality education for high-school age students. The nearest Adventist University is Southwestern Adventist University located in Keene, Texas (near Dallas-Fort Worth).
2522 SE 14th St • Bentonville, AR 72712-6960 • 479-271-8887