George Stone Elementary Lab School

Considering sending your child to George Stone Elementary School? 

History and Philosophy

Learn about why George P. Stone Elementary School was created, and the core values that guide everything its teachers do, and its students learn.

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Why Adventist education?

What's the big deal about Adventist education? What do these schools stand for? How does Adventist students' academic success compare to that of other students'? For the answers to these questions, read on.

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Students make an impact

Union College is known for the way its students help others, and the students of George Stone School are no exception.

Students participate in events like:

  • Project Impact
  • Week of Prayer
  • Field Trips
  • Christmas Program
  • Graduation
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George P. Stone Elementary School is a one-room, eight-grade, two-teacher, Seventh-day Adventist elementary school operated by the education department of Union College. The school opened its doors in 1976 as a multi-grade training school for teachers. George Stone is fully accredited by the State of Nebraska and the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Enrollment at George Stone is open to students whose families wish to have their children in a small, nurturing, Christian environment that helps all students experience academic success at their ability level. Enrollment is limited so that a small student-teacher ratio may be maintained. Specific information about the school program and other items of interest are available in the school handbook.

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