I am not a parent of a student at this school but I am a member of the Salisbury Seventh-day Adventist Church that this school is affiliated with. I love the fact that they strive to include the body of the church in all activities so we can see what our monetary support goes for. The teachers excel in all areas and the student body proves this. We are always welcome to be involved on any voluntary level along with the parents. The extra curricular activities especially with the community round out the educational program to a tee. You should have witnessed the children's Christmas play with the parents participating as part of the characters. It was a dinner theater. I am so delighted we have such a wonderful school to serve this community and others surrounding us. What a christian witness this school is!
Salisbury Seventh-Day Adventist School is a private middle school in Salisbury. The principal of Salisbury Seventh-Day Adventist School is Mrs. Wanda Beck, who can be contacted at email@example.com. 7 students attend Salisbury Seventh-Day Adventist School and identify as White, non-Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Native American or Native Alaskan. John S Henderson Independent High School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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My daughter has been attending Salisbury Seventh-day Adventist School for three years. I have seen her grow so much. I like that they are able to express themselves with positive feed back that the teachers strive to give the additional attention that is needed for them to grasp things that they might struggle with. The teachers are professional about helping students that might have some handicaps; also has the patients to deal with them in the class room. I also appreciate the school that invites parents to be involved with the children and the school.
I just want to say that I appreciate the opportunity to have my daughter in a Christian School where Christian values are taught and exemplified by the Teachers Church members and Fellow Students. It is easy to feel like you are part of the Salisbury School because they love unconditionally everyone in the community. Thanks for a job well done. Charles Beck
My son has gone to Salisbury Seventh-day Adventist School for 6 months. We transferred him towards the end of 1st grade. We have seen many changes in that short period of time including his level of confidence and achievement. He is given extra help and reasonable accomodations are made for him in reading (an area that he struggles with due to some vision problems).In addition he is challenged beyond his grade level in subjects he has mastered (math and computers especially). His teacher makes every effort to teach each child individually at the level that they need. Discipline is achieved through compassion and redirection. Children are taught to work through their differences and determine what a better choice would have been. We are so happy with the move we made. It was the best thing we did for our son and our family. Thank you SSAS!