Honoring the Sabbath

As story of how God honored Paul and his mom and protected their car's gas supply as they drove home from the Spelling Bee in Battle Ground, Wash.

Mr. Tempel Friday

Not many young adults would choose to spend a day off with kids, but Chris Tempel, special effects supervisor at Laymen Ministries does.

Honoring the Sabbath

"As story of how God honored Paul and his mom and protected their car's gas supply as they drove home from the Spelling Bee in Battle Ground, Wash."


We believe the Creator's design is for "whole person" development—mental, physical and spiritual. No matter what your religion or philosophy of life, an Adventist school education can help your child make better moral decisions and grow up to become a trustworthy community leader.

From its humble beginnings in the mid-1800s, Adventist education has grown into a system of schools that teaches over 1.2 million students in nearly 145 countries worldwide. Our teachers immerse themselves in the latest educational research and use cutting-edge teaching techniques to achieve scientific results. At the same time, they deeply care about students striving to make learning fun.


Students in His Service

is a summer community service volunteer scholarship for students grades 1-12 who will be attending an Upper Columbia Conference School next year. It is a three-way scholarship sponsored by the UCC Office of Education, UCC Adventist Community Services grant funds and the student's local church.

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Meet Our Staff


Larry D. Marsh
Education Vice President
LarryM@uccsda.org
509-242-0350

Rochelle Stanton
Associate Superintendent
RochelleS@uccsda.org
509-242-0351

Shelle Blake
Administrative Assistant
ShelleB@uccsda.org
509-242-0623

Suzette McCrary
Executive Assistant
SuzetteM@uccsda.org
509-242-0477