Milo Adventist Academy
324 Milo Drive, Days Creek, Oregon
Year Founded: 1954
School Grades: 9 – 12
Student Population: Approx. 90
Average SAT Score: Coming soon
Students Per Teacher: 7
Adventist Univeristy of Health Sciences, Andrews University, Arizona State University, Burman University, Culinary Institute of America, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, Humboldt State University, Kettering College of Medical Arts, La Sierra University, Loma Linda University, Oregon Culinary Institute, Oregon Institute of Technology, Oregon State University, Pacific Union College, Penn State University, Portland State University, Savannah College of Art and Design, Southern Adventist University, Southern Oregon University, Southwestern Adventist University, State University of New York, Suffolk University, Temple University, Union College, University of California, Davis, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, University of Oregon, University of Hawaii at Manoa, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, University of Massachusetts – Boston, University of Massachusetts – Amherst, University of Massachusetts – Lowell, University of Michigan, University of Portland, University of Southern California, University of Washington, Walla Walla University
Boys’ Basketball, Girls’ Basketball, Boys’ Soccer, Girls’ Volleyball
English as a Second Language (ESL), Horse riding program, AP English Language and Composition, AP Literature and Composition, Advanced Physics, British Literature, U.S. History (Honors), Bible I/II/II/IV, Spanish I/II, Computer Literacy, Keyboarding, Art I/II, Photography I/II, Band, Handbells I/II, Choir, Yearbook, Automotive Service, Advanced Foods and Nutrition, Advanced Sewing, Graphic Design, Web Design, Metal Fabrication, Woodworking
A video interview with the student is required. While students may have a translator present, students should be able to hold a basic conversation in English. There are no specific English test score requirements.
About Milo Adventist Academy
Since its founding in 1954, Milo Adventist Academy (Milo) has been committed to challenging and enabling youth to grow both in spiritual and academic wisdom. Milo has high standards – not to discourage, but to challenge all students and help them reach honorable goals: academically, physically, socially, and spiritually. Students will learn to highly value themselves and those around them. As a Christian boarding school, attendance of church services and nightly worship services in the dormitory are required. While students do not need to be Christian to attend Milo, they are asked to respect the practices of the school.
Why Attend Here?
Milo Adventist Academy is located in Milo, Oregon and offers beautiful scenery year-round. Have you ever wanted to learn horseback riding? You can at this school! On top of that, Milo offers a wide array of specialty classes and an English Language Learning program. Milo also offers an optional work-study program for students who could benefit from lower tuition costs. Because Milo is an Adventist school, there is no school activity on Saturdays. In fact, Saturday, also known as Sabbath, is observed by all Milo students and staff to rest from secular activities and focus on developing good relationships with God and with each other. This offers students a very unique and beneficial experience.
About Milo, Oregon
Milo is a small unincorporated community in the rural area of Oregon. One of the closest communities to Milo, called Days Creek, has a population of 272 people while the city of Canyonville, population 1,875, is a driving distance of 30 minutes from Milo Adventist Academy. Students should note that cell phone service is limited because of the school’s location, and the internet may be slower than in larger, urban areas. The benefit of this is that it can help create a distraction-free learning environment!