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Quality Christian education is an important value to Seventh-day Adventists. Collegedale offers education from pre-kindergarten through college all within less than a half mile of each other. 


Collegedale Academy Elementary School offers quality education from the Early Childhood Education Center (ages 3-5) and grades Kindergarten through grade 5. (423) 396-2122

Collegedale Academy Middle School is grades 6 through 8. (423) 396-3020

Collegedale Academy High School is a co-educational school for young men and women in grades 9 through 12 who desire to grow spiritually and academically and become the people God has planned them to be today and tomorrow. (423) 396-2124

Southern Adventist University (SAU) is a co-education institution established by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, offering doctoral, master's, baccalaureate, and associate degrees, and one-year certificates. (423) 236-2000

Student aid is for families who are members of the Collegedale Seventh-day Adventist Church in good and regular standing who have been active members for at least 6 months and who demonstrate their commitment by regular attendance, service, and giving. The Collegedale Church partners with Collegedale Academy in applying for student aid for Collegedale Academy to make the process easier for parents. Please click here to download and complete the general information form for the church, then click here to be redirected to the Collegedale Academy student aid page where you’ll find directions and a link to the Financial Aid Application (Smart Aid). Applications must be returned to the Church by the due date.

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