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Longburn Adventist College - ISSCC - International Education & Study Abroad SpecialistSchool ID: 625
School Name: Longburn Adventist College
School Type: Co-Ed
City: Longburn
Tuition fee: NZD $26,755 - $27,615 (2011 fee)
Residential Type: Homestay, School Residence
Rental fee: Included in tuition fee (Boarding)
Program offer: Year 7 - 13 (Boarding)
Other Information: The special character of Longburn Adventist College reflects the Christian beliefs, values and lifestyle of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Seventh-day Adventists believe in the seventh-day Sabbath, and the second advent of Jesus Christ. We believe that the purpose of education is to restore in man the nature of God. The school's Special Character underpins all facets of its strategic and day-to-day operations. The transmission of Seventh-day Adventist beliefs and general Christian values is paramount in our planning, and the school recognises that its Special Character sets us apart from other schools in our community. This character allows people from different cultures, countries and backgrounds to work and grow together. LAC offers a wide range of subjects, a typical selection including: English, Social Studies, Mathematics, Information Technology (computing), Science, Art, Technology, Physical Education, Bible, Music, Photography, Biology. There are two methods of gaining University Entrance in New Zealand. These are: Year 13 External Examination or Unit Standard Credits (internally SCAN13.JPGassessed) or the newly-introduced NCEA (National Certificate of Educational Achievement). Most years 100% of our students gain University Entrance. Reports on student progress are sent out twice a year. The curriculum at LAC is organised around the Learning Areas identified in the New Zealand Curriculum: English, the Arts, Health and Physical Education, Mathematics and Statistics, Science, the Social Sciences and Technology, and the schoolís special character subject - Bible. Through these subjects the school weaves relevant values and key competencies. LACís attitude towards students and their learning is: All students are to be seen as individuals (we really want to know each person) and we will not give up on any one of them. All students will engage in the learning process and will achieve.

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