South Pacific Division education director Dr David McClintock visited Samoa Adventist College during Adventist Education Week in August.
“It was a wonderful experience and I came away with a sense that God has put the right leadership team at the school for just this time,” Dr McClintock said.
“It was pleasing to be here during Adventist Education Week and see the very intentional focus by the school in conjunction with the chaplain and the assistant chaplain in running meetings first up in the day with the student groups.”
Samoa Adventist School has a rich multicultural mix of staff, including two teachers from Papua New Guinea, one from Fiji and one from Tuvalu. One of the PNG teachers has been at the school for more than a decade.
“I leave feeling incredibly blessed to have enjoyed a week here in Samoa and been incredibly graciously hosted. Adventist Education is in good hands and the sense of commitment and dedication is alive and strong,” Dr McClintock said.
The accreditation process for Samoa Adventist College went very well with the school receiving the full five-year term.