Welcome to Our School

Thank you for your interest in our school. Laurelbrook's mission is to send out young people equipped and able to serve others and proclaim the soon coming of Jesus. To this end we combine academic excellence with practical and missionary skills, preparing students to use their education to solve real life problems. If you are looking for a Christ-centered school with a loving staff, consider applying today!

All students are required to be at Laurelbrook for 2 years. We will not be accepting seniors.

Summer Vocational Program

All new students need to plan to come the summer before they begin school in the fall. Students who stay all summer will earn a scholarship that will be applied toward their bill. For more information regarding this program, feel free to call (423) 775-3339 or e-mail us at principal@laurelbrook.org.


Factors Considered for Acceptance

Laurelbrook Academy welcomes students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin whose principles and interests are in harmony with the those of the school. To maintain a family environment we have chosen to keep Laurelbrook a small school, accepting only 60 students annually. Only those who are in agreement with the standards of Christian education and who will endeavor to live in harmony with the principles of the school should apply for admittance. Membership in the Seventh-day Adventist Church is not required, but it is understood that every student who is accepted, pledges to observe the regulations of the school. Admission is based on scholastic record, citizenship, recommendations from former teachers and pastors, information from the application, and a personal interview of the prospective student.

A Diverse Campus

Laurelbrook Academy admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship program, and other school administered programs.

Requirements for New Students

We require all new students to take placement tests in math and English before school starts. All new students will also be required to attend a special study hall on Tuesday night from 7:00-8:30 pm for the first four weeks. If their grades are satisfactory, they will be excused from the special study hall. We want to get them started on the right track with their academics.

Admissions Office

phone +1 (423) 775-3339

fax +1 (423) 775-3330

email info@laurelbrook.org

address 114 Campus Dr. Dayton, TN 37321




To train young people for a life of Christian Service
— Mission Statement
Learning through doing

— Motto