Laurelbrook Elementary School is an eight-grade school operated for the children of staff members of Laurelbrook Sanitarium and School, Inc. It is state-accredited through EASEA, the E.A. Sutherland Educational Association, and is located in the lower floor of a campus apartment building near the garden area. Laurelbrook Academy cooperating closely with the educational department of the Seventh-day Adventist denomination and operated in accordance with the principles set forth in the Bible and in the writings of Ellen G. White, whom Seventh-day Adventists believe had the gift of prophecy and a close relationship with God. Situated on roughly 2000 acres on the top of Dayton Mountain ten miles from Dayton, Tennessee, Laurelbrook operates a 9-12 grade boarding high-school level program, an elementary school for staff students, and a 50-bed state-approved nursing home, and a large truck garden. The program is accredited by the State of Tennessee through the E.A. Sutherland Educational Association or EASEA, a state-chartered educational accrediting agency.
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Student Teacher Ratio
5 : 1
41% Male / 59% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
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