Institutional

Institutional

Campus Enviroment

Far from the bustle of the city in the rolling hills of west Tennessee there exist a place where a young person can draw close to God.  The Harbert Hills Academy campus is designed around our farm and garden area.  In the spring the fruit trees begin to bloom illustrating the lesson that all may experience new life through the power of Jesus Christ our Redeemer and Friend.  In the summer the garden brings a bountiful harvest illustrating the God given increase when the proper nutrients are present and the weeds are kept at bay.  In winter the cold hardy crops still survive and even feed us with fresh nutritious produce.

With limited access to the distractions of technology and advertising the students have a better opportunity to ponder and develop their own relationship with the Lord.  Silence makes more distinct the voice of our creator.

Spiritual and character development being the primary object of education cause us to be very careful with what we feed the body as well as the mind.  The concept of simplicity is emphasized through, dress, adornment and even recreation.

Service generates opportunities for learning the joy of unselfishness.

A place to grow and learn, a place to pray and serve, a place to get to know Him.

Harbert Hills Academy – Making a Way to Know the Way.

Accreditation

Harbert Hills Academy is accredited by the ISEI Education Association (ISEI-EA).

The ISEI Education Association was developed by The Layman Foundation (TLF) to assist independently operated, self-supporting schools of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the areas of school improvement, teacher certification, accreditation, curriculum, vocational training, staff development and resource development.

ISEI-EA provides a structure for administrators, educational staff, students and supporters to network, share resources and find support in preserving Seventh-day Adventist beliefs, values and practices as portrayed in the Bible and writings of E. G. White.

 

Affiliations

SDA

Harbert Hills Academy is a non-profit Seventh day Adventist institution founded as an outgrowth of Madison College and as such is affiliated with a number of organizations who are in full support of the Seventh day Adventist Church.

 

ASI

Adventist-laymen’s Services & Industries is a cooperative network of lay individuals, professionals, business owners, and ministries who collectively support the global mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

 

OCI

Outpost Centers International networks and nurtures Adventist supporting ministries around the world. These ministries represent a significant portion of the organized gospel outreach conducted by the laity of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. OCI is a spiritual brotherhood of ministries striving towards the common goal of taking the gospel to the world.

 

EASEA

E. A. Sutherland Education Association, EASEA's mission is to promote and improve educational and vocational programs that demonstrate a Christ-centered educational philosophy based on the scriptures and writings of E. G. White.  The E. A. Sutherland Education Association was developed by The Layman Foundation (TLF) to assist independently operated, self-supporting schools of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the areas of school improvement, teacher certification, accreditation, curriculum, vocational training, staff development and resource development.

 

 

The Layman Foundation Inc  --  TLF  --  

The Layman Foundation Inc. serves as a holding corporation for Seventh day Adventist supporting ministry schools and organizations that are desirous of following the model of education and ministry as shown in the scriptures and the writings of Ellen G. White.  This model was effectively demonstrated at Madison College.  This foundation was started through the generosity of Mrs. Scott an heir of the Funk and Wagner families.

 

1000MM

Training young people for mission service is the focus of 1000 Missionary Movement North America.  The 1000 MM is a Seventh day Adventist supporting ministry founded in the Philippines and has since spread to a world wide movement of young people dedicated to spreading the Gospel.  Harbert Hills Academy manages and the training program for 1000 MM NA.