About This School
In 2010, Shoal Creek Adventist School had 14 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Georgia average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Shoal Creek Adventist School Reviews
Shoal Creek achievement data shows great success in dealing with it's students' achievement levels. Shoal Creek benefits from it's small classroom atmosphere and close knowledge of it's students and families.
Shoal Creek Adventist School benefits from being part of the larger Adventist Educational system, which has operated schools since 1853. The structure of the system offers support at all levels from the world-wide organization, the National organization, the regional organization, the conference organization and the local church organization. Financial support is gathered from the local and the conference level, as well as through the parents who pay tuition. Teachers are certified through the Adventist system and where possible, the state as well. Teachers and staff are expected to stay current on educational trends and continue their education in their area of expertise. Staff are regularly evaluated by the local administration and the conference.
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