Barbados SDA Secondary School

The Barbados Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Secondary School is located in the southern part of the island.  It is situated on the outskirts of the capital city Bridgetown and close to the famous Garrison Savannah.

About School

Welcome to the Barbados SDA Secondary School, an Adventist Christian school with approximately sixty-seven years of academic excellence. 

 

Welcome to the Barbados SDA Secondary School, an Adventist Christian school with approximately sixty-seven years of academic excellence.  This school began operation on September 21, 1953, with the stated mission of providing secondary education for the youth of the church and to provide service to the Barbados community at large.

The Barbados SDA Secondary School believes that God loves all humankind and gave His Son that we might live. 

Our Philosophy

Our philosophy therefore seeks to restore the image of God in man and develop the total being of our students in preparation for service here and for heaven through the practice of excellence in its programmes.

Our Mission Statement

Our philosophy therefore seeks to restore the image of God in man and develop the total being of our students in preparation for service here and for heaven through the practice of excellence in its programmes.

Our Vision

Quality education now, and for eternity.

We focus on Spiritual Development

Developing a healthy relationship with God through BIblical principles which translate into effective service to mankind.

Weeks of Prayer/Day of Prayer

As part of its philosophy; training of the head, heart and hands, the school has two Weeks of Prayer per year and one Day of Prayer. These activities are designed to cater to the spiritual development of students and staff and provide opportunities for the school to minister to the needs of the community.

Sports Week

The school looks forward to its Annual Sports Week which features Crossfit, athletics and ball sports. These are the   main focus of our sporting activities. Inter-house competitions provide opportunities for all to get involved both on and off the field.

Ethno-linguistic Week

Students are encouraged to be appreciative of the various cultures which dot our landscape. This objective is achieved through the use of costumes, insights into the language, food and other aspects of the culture of the given countries.

“… Be yourself; everyone else is taken.” … “Let this mind be in you which was also in Christ Jesus. . .” Philippians 2:5

Ms. Annette A. AlleynePrincipal