Adventist education is a critical component of enhancing the faith development of our young people. With the home, church and school all working together, there is maximum opportunity to hold our young people in the church and help them maintain a strong personal faith in God. We want to develop students who can think for themselves and have a strong relationship with God.
Adventist Schools are an important part of the educational landscape of the Pacific. We have an Adventist education program in eight of the 13 countries of the Trans Pacific Union Mission.
There are over 160 Adventist schools established in eight countries in the area described as the Trans Pacific Union by the Seventh day Adventist Church. Within these schools there are over 1000 teachers and 21,000 students.
Each school with its unique group of teachers and students set within their specific communities endeavor to educate young people within a Christian world view. Each school will create a learning program that reflects the Christian world view as understood by the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Enquiries about enrolment can be made direct to the Principal or Head teacher of any of the schools or to the Mission Office in the respective countries.
Solomon Islands have the largest Seventh-day Adventist School system of any of the countries in the region with over 70 Primary Schools, 13 High Schools and 2 Vocational Schools.
Vanuatu has over 25 Primary Schools and 6 High Schools
All schools are staffed by teachers with a Pacific Island heritage.
Within this Administrative territory the Church operates one Tertiary Institution – Fulton College. Fulton College offers the following programs of study:
Bachelor of Primary Education
Bachelor of Theology
Diploma of Business – Accounting and management
Diploma of Business – Business Computing
Diploma in Information Technology
Diploma in Early Childhood Education
Diploma in Theology
Certificate in Early Childhood Education
Certificate in Teaching Practice