Murwillumbah Seventh-Day Adventist High School (New South Wales, AU)

A coeducational day school, K-12, situated on the outskirts of the rural township of Murwillumbah in the Tweed Valley of the far north coast of New South Wales, Australia. The school is operated by the North New South Wales Conference and draws students and support from eight churches in the Tweed-Byron region. In 1993 there was a high school enrollment of 128, with a staff of 10 full-time and four part-time teachers, and a primary enrollment of 100, with four full-time and two part-time teachers. Seventh-day Adventist education in the district began in 1958 when a one-room primary school was opened under the Murwillumbah church. This expanded into a new building at the rear of the church in 1962 along with the addition of junior secondary grades. In 1972, as a consequence of a series of p...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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