In 2001, well known science broadcaster and environmental activist – David Suzuki, commented on a radio interview, “there has never been a time in earth’s history when academic success is more important than now”, and upon these grounds of economic uncertainty many schools pitch all of their effort at this achievement.
Tweed Valley Adventist College offers an ‘all round’ education, which develops the whole person – academic, physical, social and spiritual. We want our students to develop a strong work ethic, to take pride in their work, to be able to communicate at all levels, to act with integrity and to know God. For 60 years, our College has been doing this… preparing students for citizenship, and not only in this life – but in the life to come.
In a rapidly changing world, we believe that choosing a school for your children will be one of the most important decisions you will make.
With Christian education their future has never been brighter.
Nurture for today, Learning for tomorrow, Character for eternity.
Assistant Principal’s Message
Choosing where to send your child to school is one of the most significant decisions you will make. We recognise the importance of this decision and are committed to providing a Christ-centred learning environment that nurtures mental, physical, emotional and spiritual growth.
Tweed Valley Adventist College offers a balanced education, which facilitates academic success while being intentional about developing beauty of character.
Our students appreciate the peaceful, caring atmosphere at Tweed Valley Adventist College. They enjoy regular opportunities to participate in academic challenges, sporting competitions and music performances.
The development of individual talents and interests are paramount and we are certain that your decision to entrust your child’s education to us will provide a platform for a happy and fulfilled life.
Head of Primary’s Message
At TVAC we recognise and value each student individually and do our best to support each child as they move through their important formative years of Primary School.
We acknowledge the power of a strong relationship between home and school in helping each child to reach their full potential and strive to foster and maintain such a relationship with each family in our care.
We aim to develop our students’ characters, and help them find meaning and purpose in a life of service to others in their community.
“True education does not ignore the value of scientific knowledge or literary acquirements; but above information it values power; above power, goodness; above intellectual acquirements, character. The world does not so much need people of great intellect as of noble character. It needs people in whom ability is controlled by steadfast principle.”