Teachers who view their students not only as scholars, but also as friends.
Kids who have learned the benefits of teamwork, cooperation, loyalty, and the power of prayer.
SFAS report cards show a significant number of students doing above-average work under a rigorous grading system.
Many SFAS students are reading a year above their grade level.
Private schools are not subsidized as are local public schools. However, the Central California Conference and Bay Area churches subsidize the education of SFAS students to alleviate some of the cost passed on to the families.
We offer SFAS students more options than many other schools, including integrated technology; an expanded library; and healthy, vegetarian meals.
Yes, we believe they are.
All full-time teachers at SFAS are required by the General Conference to have the same type of certification as public school teachers.
Studies show a direct link between education in Adventist schools and membership retention.
Supporting Christian education demonstrates a commitment to traditional Christian values.