CHRIST-CENTERED, HOLISTIC ENVIRONMENT
FOR ACADEMIC & SPIRITUAL FLOURISHING
To love, educate, and disciple students for God's service.
To be an exceptional provider of quality, affordable Adventist Christian Secondary Education.
To promote the development
of body, mind, and spirit, so that we may love God and love others, expressed through service.
Worship is a critical part of our curriculum, allowing students to develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. While attending our school, students understand God's love more deeply through spiritual programming, Bible classes, nightly worships, and more.
In promoting the development of body, mind, and spirit, students love God and others, expressed through service. Weekly community service, along with yearly mission trips, instills a spirit of service in our students. Opportunities to serve peers also present themselves on a daily basis.
Students have the opportunity to work on campus to assist with paying off their school bills. This provides an excellent experience for students to develop a strong work ethic. Many students take advantage of this option, working for the cafeteria, maintenance, dorms, and teachers.
Through our various varsity teams and intramural program, our students receive a balanced education where physical education is promoted. We strongly believe that providing athletic programming will help aid our students in their journeys with Jesus.
By emphasizing fine arts opportunities our students develop talents they can use to praise God in a variety of ways. These programs include Choir, Hand Bells, Concert Symphony Orchestra, and Yearbook.
By utilizing laptops, instead of hardback textbooks, our students receive a technology-driven educational experience. Additionally, our new STEM program provides opportunities for our students to learn about robots, coding, 3-D printing, and more.
Visit Our Campus
Whether you want to come see our campus in-person or prefer to watch a campus tour video from your home, we want you to become familiar with our campus.
By scheduling an on-campus tour, you will receive a personalized visit including a walk-through of each building, a meeting with the deans, and a discussion with a financial advisor.
DISCOVER MOUNT PISGAH ACADEMY
Mount Pisgah Academy is a Seventh-day Adventist boarding high school located in Asheville, North Carolina. Students at MPA are given expansive opportunities to succeed academically, spiritually, physically, and socially. Through dual-credit courses, mission trips, varsity sports, musical organizations, and more, students discover their talents and skills. If you are interested in learning about Mount Pisgah Academy, we encourage you to contact us today to request an information packet or schedule a campus tour. We hope to see you soon!
A Place for Spiritual Growth
"My wife and I sent both of our children to Mount Pisgah Academy. While we had concerns about our children being away from home, we felt God leading us to MPA. And, although raising teenagers comes with its challenges, we are glad they had the experience of Christian education at MPA. A place where they could grow academically, socially, but most importantly spiritually. Many relationships our children and we created there with students and faculty will be cherished for a lifetime. We have always felt that the faculty at Mt. Pisgah are diligently seeking to help our children grow in Christ and had their best interests in mind."
- Former Parent (2014-2020)
WHAT'S HAPPENING AT MPA
IMPACT YOUTH RALLY - NOVEMBER 4-5
This is a time where we invite students from across the Carolinas to join us for a worship-filled weekend. We bring in a guest speaker, along with Engage Ministries from Southern Adventist University, to provide a weekend of spiritual revival. The weekend ends with the SA Fall Festival where various classes and organizations sell food and run games.
PARENT OPEN HOUSE - NOVEMBER 18-19
This is a time where we invite the parents of our current students to join us on our campus for an exciting weekend filled with fun! Each of our organizations perform what they have been practicing so that their parents and families can appreciate what they have been learning throughout the first few months of the year.
MUSIC FESTIVAL - MARCH 2-3
Musiciians in graders 5-12 converge on our campus to practice and worship together, all culminating in an evening performance on Friday night. The various disciplines fro this event include hand bells, choir, string, and band. In 2019, nearly 300 young people joined us for this worshipful experience.