Seventh-day Adventist education is dedicated “to restore in man the image of his Maker, to bring him back to the perfection in which he was created, to promote the development of body, mind, and soul, that the divine purpose of His creation might be realized” (White, Education, pp. 15, 16).
Intermountain Adventist Academy strives to develop the spiritual, academic, and physical growth of every student according to God’s biblical standard. “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it” (Proverbs 22:6).
One of our main goals is to prepare students for the future in Heaven. We provide many opportunities for growth that are woven into our daily schedule. Some of these include daily classroom worships, a weekly whole-school chapel program, Bible class as part of the curriculum, Week-of-Prayer, and opportunities for witnessing.
Many people are surprised to learn that small schools are still in operation. Some benefits of small schools are that younger students learn from older student, and older students have the opportunity to mentor younger students and become leaders in the school; those who teach often learn the most. While small schools are usually not able to offer lots of lots of extra activities such as sports, we can offer a more family type atmosphere as compared to large schools.
Our small school is part of the larger network of Seventh-day Adventist schools. Around the world, Adventists operate 7,200+ schools with nearly 1.5 million students.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
It is the purpose of Intermountain Adventist Academy to offer all students the tools to become men and women of excellence, academically, morally, and spiritually.
Students at Intermountain Adventist Academy will:
– Learn loyalty and respect for God and country.
– Develop a deep love for life, truth, morality, and honesty.
– Value excellence in academics as a means to achieve God’s purpose for their lives.
– Acquire a strong appreciation for service to others.
Intermountain Adventist Academy is recognized as an accredited private school by the North Central Accrediting Association (NCAA). The NCAA is the authorized body under SITA (the national authority for all school accreditations) for the states in our region. We are also fully accredited by the Accrediting Association of Seventh-Day Adventist Schools, which is a member of the National Council of Private School Accreditation.
OUR SCHOOL HOURS
Monday – Thursday, 8:00AM – 4:00PM