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Timeless Teachings in a Changing World

We are committed to teaching the the message of Christ through the methods He used. Our faculty are all Christians committed to exploring the incredible things of God through every subject matter.


Livingstone Adventist Academy is one of more than 30 Adventist schools in Oregon operated by the Oregon Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. These schools serve more than 2,600 students ranging from Kindergarten through high school. Beyond the Oregon Conference, there are over 1,000 K-12 Adventist schools and 15 Adventist colleges and universities in North America. The Seventh-day Adventist school system is the second largest private school system in the nation. The Seventh-day Adventist Church operates schools worldwide.

​Livingstone Adventist Academy is accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission, and the Accrediting Association of Seventh-day Adventist Schools, which is a member of the National Council for Private School Accreditation.Livingstone Adventist Academy

Our Mission

Livingstone Adventist Academy inspires its students to know God, seek wisdom, and to serve others.

Our Vision

To be known in the community as a school where the atmosphere is one of an uncompromising dedication to God, academic excellence, and an enthusiastic passion to serve. A place where all parents will want their children to attend because Christ is woven into everthing we do.

Our Philosophy

At Livingstone Adventist Academy we believe each individual was wonderfully made by God. As such we believe each individual deserves the highest respect, honor, and duty. We believe that in order for students to achieve their best, the school and their home must develop a partnership with God as the center. As students develop their character from the inside out, they become the light they were called to be.

Our History
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Livingstone Adventist Academy was founded in 1898. It was originally located near the downtown Salem area. It was eventually decided to move just outside the city area to a more rural location where it is today on Fruitland Road.


The name Livingstone can sometimes confuse people trying to pronounce it and spell it. It is pronounced "Livingston" but it is spelled with an "e" at the end. Why? There are two narratives that our most experienced alumni present us with.


The first is that the school was named after Dr. David Livingstone who was an adventurer that worked in Africa helping to bring medicinal healing and knowledge to the locals.


The second is that we get our namesake from 2 Peter 2 which says that we are like "living stones" being built together into a spiritual house upon Christ the chief cornerstone.


While both narratives are worthy to be the reason for which our school was named, it is more likely that we were named after Dr. Livingstone who did much of his work and explorations in Africa.

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