Students: 50 | Faculty: 6 | Grades: 9-12 | Gender: Coed
Harbert Hills Academy
80 miles east of Memphis in quaint Savannah, Tennessee is where Harbert Hills Academy is located. Founded in 1952, it’s affiliated with the Seventh-day Adventist church. It’s academics and vocational training-focused for 50 students in grades 9-12.
The Co-ed school has a radio station, WDNX, where students learn broadcasting.
Nearby Herbert Hills nursing home provides student training. In the 100-acre forest laden campus there is farmland where students work and harvest the land. Through work students learn responsibility and pay their school expenses.
It has a 1:8 teacher/student ratio, offering very personalized teaching methods. Its hallmarks are developing the mind, the physical and the spiritual, choosing only students with excellent character, developing them into positive Christ-like examples.
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