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About Milo Adventist Academy

Milo Adventist Academy is a Seventh-day Adventist boarding high school nestled in the foothills of the southern Oregon Cascades. Milo's 408 acres are bordered by the South Umpqua river and the surrounding hills. The only access to campus is the historic covered bridge.

Students say,

  • "Milo Academy has wonderful teachers, a staff who truly care about each student, deans who encourage a Christian lifestyle, but most of all it has students who show what God is all about, no matter who is watching. It's nice to see young people and some older who practice what they preach. When they say something they truly believe it."

a place to develop Christlike character

  • "I believe that Milo Academy is the place that God wants me to be so I can grow closer to Him."
  • "One of the best things about Milo Academy are the people. I have friends at Milo who are fom all over the world. I also love the mountain that the school is nestled in. Some of my favorite Milo memories are of Sabbath afternoon hikes in the hills that surround the campus. I don't think there is a better spot on the planet to get close to God and get a head start on life."
  • "Milo changed my life."
  • "I appreciate the spiritual support of the staff through the good times and the hard times."
  • "I've never felt closer to God than when I'm here."
  • "My Bible class has encouraged me to do my best and to seek God."

a place to pursue educational excellence

  • "I really like the nurturing environment."
  • "I love the environment here in the woods and the way Milo is a family who learn and grow together."
  • "Milo Academy has given me the confidence to succeed at whatever I do and the spiritual strength to go out there for God."
  • "The staff are willing to help you at any time."
  • "I like the independence I have at Milo, and learning to work things out myself gives me a sense of satisfaction."
  • "One of the best things about Milo Academy are the people. I have friends at Milo who are fom all over the world. I also love the mountain that the school is nestled in. Some of my favorite Milo memories are of Sabbath afternoon hikes in the hills that surround the campus. I don't think there is a better spot on the planet to get close to God and get a head start on life."
  • "My friends and the teachers are always willing to help me do better."

a place to discover the joy of service

  • "The best things about Milo are activities like Neighbor Days and mission trips."