Muscatine Adventist Christian School







Who May Attend


The Adventist Christian School is operated especially for young people of the Seventh-day Adventist faith who enroll for the purpose of doing earnest, faithful work, and who desire help in the development of a Christian character.  Enrollment is not limited to children of Seventh-day Adventist parents, however.  Other young people desiring a character-building education and who will uphold the standards and comply with the regulations of the school will also be admitted.  


Nondiscrimination Policy


The Adventist Christian School makes no discrimination on the basis of nationality, race, religion, or sex in the admission of students or in the administration of its educational policies or extracurricular programs.


How to Apply


Parents who wish to enroll their children in the Adventist Christian School should make application as soon as possible by contacting the church pastor (417-840-2806).  An application fee of $100 is required to assure that your child has a reserved desk for next year. This fee will be applied to your child's registration fee. At the time of application you will receive the required documents that must be completed and submitted upon admission.







The Adventist Christian School is accredited by the Mid-America Union Conference and The National Council for Private School Accreditation. The teacher has a Professional Teacher's Certificate from the Seventh-day Adventist Church Department of Education.






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Science and Health
Social Studies       

Physical Education




Application/Registration Fee


A fee of $100 is payable at time of application.  This fee will be applied to your child's registration fee of $275.  The remaining portion of the registration fee, $175, will be due on July 1, 2018.  This fee is used to pay for direct student expenses, such as student insurance, textbooks, and expendable workbooks. 





Tuition for the entire school year is $2500. Payments may be divided evenly over the ten months of the school year. Each payment is due on the first school day of the month from August to May.  To assist parents with the cost of tuition, we have several scholarship programs available.  Families who have more than one child enrolled at the same time may apply to the school board for special consideration with regard to tuition.

Parents sometimes feel that the expense of keeping their children in a private school is a particular challenge to them financially.  However, our tuition charge is only $62.50 per week. When compared with the cost of many child care facilities in the area, our tuition rates are very reasonable. In addition, your child is learning eternal values at our school, and no price tag can be placed on these values.  Our current parents appreciate the education their children are receiving as evidenced by the fact that we have a near 100% retention rate from year to year. 


We have several opportunities available to families for earning funds to help with tuition expenses. Partners for Eternity can provide up to $120 a month. A Magabook program can often earn enough to substantially subsidize or even fully pay tuition expense. We also offer a limited scholarship to a weekly volunteer school custodian. Other ideas are in place to assist parents as well. If you are particularly challenged financially, we invite you to discuss your situation with the teacher and the school treasurer.




Classes will begin at 8:00 a.m. every school day, and end at 3:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and at 2:00 p.m. on Friday.





Every student who accepts admission to the Adventist Christian School pledges to willingly and cheerfully observe all regulations of the school and uphold the Christian principles upon which the school operates.


Some of the school policies are listed here for reference when questions come to mind.  They are intended to help make your child's year as enjoyable as possible.


1.      Students shall protect and care for property of the school, themselves, and others.  They shall immediately report any accident or misuse of which they are aware.

2.      Students shall be honest, abstaining from cheating, stealing, gambling, betting, or possessing playing cards or other gambling devices.

3.      Students shall promote safety, abstaining from having at school firearms, explosives, knives, dangerous animals or other unsafe things.

4.      Students shall live wholesome lives, abstaining from wearing, displaying, or having in their possession anything which indicates affiliation with atheism, spiritualism, cults, rock groups, intemperance, or other unfavorable groups or objectionable affiliations.

5.      Students shall keep their minds pure, abstaining from the use of profane or lewd language and actions, and the possession of suggestive materials. They shall not discuss things that are not in harmony with Christian standards.

6.      Students shall live healthfully, abstaining from using, possessing, or supplying to others tobacco, drugs, or alcohol in any form.  They shall also avoid chewing gum, eating between meals, and the excessive use of highly refined foods, especially sugary foods and drinks.

7.      Students shall display Christian courtesy, abstaining from bullying, ridiculing, or disgracing others.

8.      Students shall help create a desirable learning atmosphere in school by not bringing radios, recorders, toys, pets, special projects, etc., unless permission is obtained in advance from the teacher.

9.      Students who operate their own transportation vehicles, including bicycles, mopeds, and motorcycles, shall park them upon arriving at school and not move them or play with them until they go home.




A person's appearance tells a lot about the person and affects how he feels about himself.  It not only shows what he is really interested in and what matters to him, but his appearance helps determine his mood, and thus his education.


Students should have a neat, clean, modest, and simple appearance which is in good taste and fitting for the occasion.  To help you with your decisions, use the following guidelines as you choose your clothing:


1.      Students may not wear sleeveless shirts, dresses, or blouses.

2.      Students may not wear spandex pants or tops.

3.      A student's clothing is to cover the midriff, regardless of the position in which the student might be.

4.      Clothing may not be ragged or torn.

5.      Any writing on clothing must be in harmony with Christian standards.

6.      Students may not bring or wear ornamental jewelry, make-up, or nail polish.

7.      Students are to wear shoes at school.  Gym shoes are required for play.

8.      Skirt lengths should be kept as close to the knee as possible.  Shorts may be worn underneath the skirt, allowing for modesty at all times.  Split skirts may be worn.




This school has been certified by the State of Iowa to be asbestos free. 




Muscatine Adventist Christian School will post students pictures on our web site only with parents’ permission.  The student’s grade may sometimes be given next to the picture used (i.e. “first grade student”).  No other personal information (name, address, phone number) will be given on the web site.




2904 Mulberry Ave • Muscatine, IA, 52761-2757 • 563-264-6033