At the end of August 2022, more than 100 church and school leaders came together to prayerfully consider how best Adventist churches and schools could form stronger partnerships to reveal Jesus and nurture the many students and families in our schools.
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For the first time in 10 years, the Australian Union Conference conducted an education consultation which invited leaders from various ministries o take part in discussing the future of Seventh-day Adventist Education.
National Director of Adventist Schools Australia (ASA) Dr Daryl Murdoch has announced his retirement at the end of the year, after 13 years in the role and 47 years of denominational employment.
Secondary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students around Australia were given the opportunity to design and submit artwork and a supporting story that would represent Adventist Schools Australia’s vision for reconciliation.
“We want to show potential students that teaching is an excellent and fulfilling career path,” said Dr Daryl Murdoch.
Dr Jean Carter and Jacques Calais both have extensive experience in Adventist education.
The study of 4913 “millennials” analysed how respondents were faring in terms of employment, educational attainment and income, and also in a range of life matters.
Mountain View Adventist College celebrated its 50th anniversary on May 25, with past and present staff, students and principals gathering to mark the significant milestone.
Seventh-day Adventist education leaders have been warned nothing should be taken for granted, despite the recent Australian election result being seen as the best outcome for faith-based schools.
Leaders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia have affirmed the right to continue to employ staff in Adventist schools who share the Church’s principles and beliefs.