Milo Adventist Academy is a Co-ed private boarding high school located in Days Creek, Oregon, at the foothills of the southern Cascades, 3.5 hours south of Portland. It’s affiliated with the Seventh-Day Adventist Church.
It was founded in 1954, deriving its name from Milo, the nearby town downstream on the Umpqua River, which is next to the 475-acre campus. The idyllic rural mountainous setting is surrounded by the river, lush flora, and hiking paths. It offers Christian education in grades 9-12. Its mascot is the Mustang; there’s a sports variety including football, softball, basketball, and hockey, among others.
Its purpose is to develop mind, body and soul in preparing productive young men and women in the love of Christ.