Greeneville Adventist Academy

Serving Greene County TN since 1935

Prospective Students



From Kindergarten to 12th Grade, we are happy to serve Greene County as a private Christian school since 1913. Our goal is spiritual growth and academic excellence for every student. Please call us at (423) 639-2011 to arrange a tour and meet your son or daughter's teachers.


Spiritual Focus: Christian values integrated into every part of school life really set GAA apart. Students use their God-given talents within the school, in service to our community, and in mission projects where they make a difference.

Academics: GAA is part of Adventist Education, the largest Protestant education system in the world. In the U.S., schools in our system consistently score higher than the national average. This year, GAA had some of the highest scores in our region!

Technology: GAA uses current technology in our instruction. We have a 1:1 technology ratio, so each student has access to the resources that will help them learn skills for today and tomorrow.

Arts: GAA offers a weekly arts curriculum. Students are also provided additional opportunities to join music groups. All students participate in a vocal choir and many also participate in select choir, chimes, hand bell ensemble, orchestra and the school band.


Discover more about Adventist Education and Seventh-day Adventist Christians:  Click HERE

10 Reasons why Adventist Schools Work: Click HERE

School Accreditation:

​Greeneville Adventist Academy is fully accredited through:

  • ​National Council for Private School Accreditation
  • The Commission on International and Trans-Regional Accreditation
  • Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools
  • North American Division Commission on Accreditation
  • Accrediting Association of Seventh-day Adventist Schools, Colleges, and Universities

FacultyClick HERE to meet our teachers and staff.

Teacher Certification:

Each teacher maintains a current teaching certification from the North American Division Seventh-day Adventist Office of Education for the grade level and/or the classes they teach. Academy teachers in grades 9 through 12 each maintain current teaching certification for the specific subject areas they teach.

PFE Service Based Scholarship Program:

Greeneville Adventist Academy partners with Southern Adventist University to offer unique scholarships and serve the elderly of our community. Click here to learn more.


Go to secure online application website