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Carman Adventist School welcomes each student to the campus. The school is blessed to embrace the special qualities your child brings to the classroom. The school counts it a privilege to engage your child in academic excellence and spiritual growth. Thank you for choosing Carman for your child’s education!
Carman Adventist School is an independent private school serving the greater Marietta and Atlanta areas. Carman is part of the Georgia-Cumberland Conference of Seventh-day Adventist school system. Carman strives for spiritual nurture and educational excellence. We welcome each student and parent to our school for an engagement in learning and an environment of safety. Thank you for choosing Carman as the place of education for your student.
Why Christian Education
For parents seeking a quality Christian education, but think that it is out of their financial reach, Carman Adventist School is a hidden gem. Serving students from 6 weeks through 8th grade, we provide a well—rounded education, including quality academics, Christian principles, and healthy and fun activities on our beautiful grounds. What makes us better: small class sizes and an intimate setting, so students, parents, and administrators know each other throughout the students’ school career and gain a sense of true community. Students receive individualized attention that can’t be attained in larger schools, public or private. We encourage active participation and collaboration. And we believe our students thrive in a safe, Christian environment that allows them to focus on their future.
Carman Adventist School believes the existence of the Creator God is fundamental. True education develops the spiritual, mental, and physical capabilities of each student, preparing them for the joy of service in this life, and for the higher joy of service in the life to come. Carman strives for educational excellence and spiritual nurturing. Students are educated to accept service as a way of life, to be sensitive to the needs of people in the home and society, and to become active members in the church and community by developing skills to adapt to an ever-changing world.