Adventist school students in the U.S. and Bermuda score half a grade level higher than their predicted ability in all subjects. Plus, the more years they attend, the more their average achievement jumps compared to the national norm–up to the 73rd percentile.
- Students in all grades, in Adventist schools of all sizes, outperformed the national average in all subjects.
- Students in Adventist schools had higher-than-expected academic achievement based on an assessment of individual ability.
- Students who transferred to Adventist schools saw a significant improvement in their test scores. Also, the longer students stayed in the Adventist school system, the more they gained in achievement and ability.