Pohnpei is the largest, highest and most populous single island in the Federated States of Micronesia. It has an area of 129 square miles, with a highest point of 2,566 feet and over 34,000 people on island. The islanders of Pohnpei have a reputation as being the most welcoming of outsiders.
It is also one of the wettest places on Earth with annual recorded rainfall exceeding 300 inches each year in certain mountainous locations.
Pohnpei Seventh-day Adventist School is pre-Kindergarten to 12th grade. The teachers live on campus.
To teach at this school, openings are displayed under Missionary Openings.
Giving up control is scary, especially for a student missionary away from home. The more Ashley teaches in the mission field, the more she's learning to trust God with His lessons and plans for her.Read more...
The North American Division Office of Education team traveled to several GMM islands as part of their scheduled accreditation visits. They were warmly received on their first visit since the pandemic.Read more...
The year came to a close with a celebration of the Adventist mission work that began on Guam. It served as a reminder of the ways God has led and will continue to direct His work in the GMM territory.Read more...
Our senior class of 2023 has big dreams to travel to the beautiful island country of Palau for their senior class retreat! Thank you for your kindness in helping to make our big dream a reality.
A new battery pack is needed to power the JOY FM radio station in Pohnpei. It provides solar power to reduce the extremely expensive electric bill and to keep operations up during power outages.
Palikir is the capital of Pohnpei and has a church company that would like to put tile in their sanctuary and wooden floors in their Sabbath School building