Deltona Adventist School
Telephone 1-386-532-9333 and FAX: 1-386-532-9633
1725 Catalina Blvd., Deltona, FL 32738
Monday – Thursday 8:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.
Friday 8:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.
Mission Statement is to develop a caring,
learning environment where each child can grow spiritually, mentally, and
Who We Are
Deltona Adventist School is operated by the Deltona Seventh-day Adventist
Church. We offer Christian education for grades Pre-Kindergarten -
8th Grade. We are part of the North American Seventh-day
System of elementary and secondary education which was organized in 1872.
and accreditation are governed by this body. The Florida Conference of
received recognition from the state for operating all of its schools to meet or
exceed the requirements
schools for the State of Florida.
While primarily operated for the children of the Deltona Seventh-day
Adventist Church, the school
offers admission to those who desire a Christian education and agree
to abide by the policies stated
in the school handbook.
To help students realize
their God-given potential and become the persons God
has called them to be.
To lead students to a
personal relationship with a loving God by accepting Christ
as their Savior and the Bible as the Word of God.
To prepare students for a
life of unselfish service to God and to their fellow man.
To provide a program
beginning with early childhood education that provides
authentic learning experiences through a Christ-centered curriculum.
To develop high academic
standards which include learning good study habits,
and how to become accurate, responsible, and independent thinkers.
To promote the
understanding and practice of a healthy Christian lifestyle.
To develop a caring
atmosphere where the rights, property, and interests
of each person is respected.
What We Offer
Deltona Adventist School
offers a state recognized curriculum and is supervised and accredited
through the Education Department of the Florida Conference of
Christ Centered Curriculum
Best Practices in Teaching
Small Teacher / Student
High Level Student
Safe "family" Environment
Volunteer PreKindergarten Program
Pre-Kindergarten: This program is
designed for children who are four years old. As part of Deltona
Adventist School, it operates with the same schedule of days as the
rest of the school program. Students may be private pay or be
state sponsored by the Volunteer PreKindergarten Program.
The purpose of Pre-K is to
prepare students for a successful Kindergarten experience through
developmentally appropriate methods
VPK is a voluntary educational program for all four-year olds in the
state of Florida. The state provides funds for every
family regardless of family income. These funds pay for a 3-hour
day. There is no registration fee. These funds provide for
540 hours of preschool instruction (180 days @ 3 hours per day).
Students must be four years old by September 1 to enroll for the
VPK Session: . .
. . . . . . 8 am -11:45 am
Monday - Friday
Cost: It is FREE
to parents and students. There is NO COST for students enrolled in the state-sponsored VPK
program for three hours each day.
Students are expected to follow the school calendar and be present
every school day. Absences for illness, medical appointments, or
death in the family are excused. VPK does not pay if students
are absent for any other reason. The school is required to
submit a written note from a parent to receive payment for any excused
Florida Conference of Seventh-day
Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
National Council of Private School
Deltona Adventist School has met on-going evaluation standards
and is accredited by the Education Department of the NAD.
All of our Teachers have a Master's or Bachelor's Degree
in Education and hold current certification.
Curriculum standards are set and governed by the Seventh-day Adventist
system of education. Bible is taught as part of the curriculum
at each grade level.
Students in Grades 3-8 are formally tested once
each school year by the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills. Students are not
given the state FCAT .
We use multiage grouping strategies
in our classrooms. This allows us to individualize materials
for students regardless of grade level.
There is a basic uniform for all students. Details are
available in our school handbook.
Fine Arts, Music, PE, and Art:
These are encouraged subjects
usually taught by the classroom teacher. Individual
lessons may be available.
Student Success Rate: Our graduates
over the past number of years have been accepted into Honors and High
Honors Programs as they go onto further education
Joan Waite, Principal
2017-2018 School Staff