Education

Adventist Education

The mission of Adventist education is to enable learners to develop a life of faith in God and to use their knowledge, skills, and understanding to serve God.  Our vision is for every learner to excel in faith, learning, and service, blending biblical truth and academic achievement to honor God and bless others. We believe that the students of today are the leaders of today and the future. To help each student achieve their greatest potential, the NUC schools utilize innovative and best practices to increase and support student learning.  

The schools in the Nevada-Utah Conference follows the same set of elementary education standards required of all 729 Adventist elementary schools across North America. To learn more about these standards, click here.

Additionally, learn more about Standards for Student Learning in Adventist Schools here.

Superintendent of Schools

Eileen White, Superintendent of Schools

Eileen White has served as Superintendent of Schools at the Nevada-Utah Conference since July of 2015. She previously worked three years as administrator of the Abundant Life Christian Academy after completing over 35 years of teaching and senior administrative positions in higher education and operating a consulting business.   She has a Ph.D. in Leadership from Andrews University in Higher Education Administration.  Eileen is a native of New York City and is married to O.C. White, Jr., retired Traffic Engineer, City of Las Vegas. They have two adult children and four grandchildren.

(775) 525-2006
EWhite@nevadautah.org

 

Education Administrative Assistant

Delberth Castillo, Education & Youth Administrative Assistant

Delberth Castillo has served as Administrative Assistant for Education and Youth at the Nevada-Utah Conference since February 2018. He previously worked as a Quality Compliance Specialist at USANA Health Science in Salt Lake City Utah. He has several certifications from AFCOE, including a lay pastor certificate. Delberth is a native of Los Angeles and is married to Brissa Castillo. They have one child, Evaneth.

(775) 525-2007
DCASTILLO@nevadautah.org