ADVENTIST EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

The aim of Seventh-day Adventist Education is to restore human beings into the image of God. An education that goes beyond academic knowledge. It cultivates a balanced development of the whole person – spiritual, physical, intellectual, and social-emotional – a process that spans a lifetime. Working together, families and schools cooperate with divine agencies to prepare learners to be good citizens in this world and for eternity.

OUR AIM

The Adventist Educational System has 4 core goals:
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Learning about God and accept Him as the Creator and Redeemer.

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Growing in the understanding of God’s creation.

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Learning how to creatively apply spiritual, physical, intellectual, and social-emotional knowledge.

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Learning how to demonstrate commitment to God serving others.

ADVENTIST EDUCATION IN EGYPT

The Adventist Organization started its first school in Egypt more than 90 years ago. The Arabic Union Mission Training School operated from 1927 to 1930 in Matariah – Cairo. Currently there are three Adventist Schools in Egypt:

Address: Gabal Asfar, Kaliobia

Phone:+20 445 97143

Email:registrar@nuasda.org, principal@nuasda.org

Website: nuasda.org

Address: Shortet Al-Zeitoun St., Zeitoun

Phone: +20 2 225 66760

Email: contact@esfadventist.org

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Address: 4 Serag El-din St., Matariah

Phone: +20 1141 215252

Email:
emmanuelyata2000@yahoo.com

ADVENTIST SCHOOLS WORLDWIDE

There are almost eight thousand Adventist schools around the world. These educational institutions have more than 1.8 million students from pre-school to University.

"Instruct the wise man, and he will be even wiser;
Teach the righteous man, and he will increase his knowledge."
Proverbs 9:9