The responsibility of the home is to ensure the children are prepared to enter service for their Lord for time and for eternity. Supporting the home in its endeavor to do this is the church’s children’s ministry and Sabbath School programs, and the church school. Christian education isn’t for the elite, or for families who desire to use it as a corrective measure for their misbehaving children. It is a tool to assist families in the greatest work ever entrusted to mankind–the raising of children who love Jesus, live for Jesus, share Jesus, and are prepared to live with Him for eternity.
If you are a member of the Sacramento Central Seventh-day Adventist Church, would like to send your child(ren) to an Adventist school, and may need financial assistance to do so (applicable only for elementary and high school students), please review the following forms to see if our Tuition Assistance program works for you (each form is downloadable):
Student Financial Aid Policy. Please read carefully to be sure your family is willing to make the commitment involved in providing your child(ren) Adventist education.
Student Financial Aid Application Form. Please download and fill in. Once completed, email it, along with the other required documents mentioned in the Student Financial Aid Policy to
Budget Form. Please download and fill in. Once completed, email it, along with the other required documents, to office @saccentral.org
Participation Worksheet. Please download and fill in. Once completed, email it, along with the other required documents, to office @saccentral.org
Note: ALL forms must be completed and submitted together by the deadline to in order to be reviewed by our Education Committee. They can also be mailed in to:
Sacramento Central Seventh-day Adventist Church, Education Committee, 6045 Camellia Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95819
“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 in his creation might be realized—this was to be the work of redemption. This is the object of education, the great object of life.” – Education, p. 15