A bit of our History

 The Grenada SDA Comprehensive School is a denominational school, serving girls & boys from forms 1-5 at the secondary level. It functions as a Christian school which welcomes children of all faiths, races & national backgrounds.
The Grenada Seventh Day Adventist Comprehensive School started in September, 1958. As a response of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, to provide a holistic education to its members and the community. The name of the school was the ‘Mt. Rose Seventh Day Adventist Secondary School’. The school was housed at the Seventh Day Adventists Church (Mt. Rose); there was an enrollment of 19 students.
In 1970, the Government of Grenada, under its visionary leader, Sir Eric Matthew Gairy, donated lands for the erection of a two story building, for the school. The building was funded by the Canadian government. In 1972, the Grenada Seventh Day Adventist Comprehensive School opened its doors to students who would avail themselves of a holistic education. The Seventh Day Adventist Church was responsible for the total management and administration of the school. The management structure, however, changed during the period of the Grenadian Revolution 1979-1983; presently, the Ministry of Education and the Seventh Day Adventist Church are the main stakeholders at the school.
Upon establishment the classes were conducted in the Mt. Rose S.D.A church with a student enrollment of 19. The principal then was Mr. Henry Bourgeois. 

At the Grenada Seventh Day Adventist Comprehensive School, a program of religious/spiritual education is integral to our education. Bible is taught from forms one to five. In addition, devotions are conducted every day with a grand Chapel program on Friday mornings. The church has assigned a Chaplain to the school; he delivers weekly sermons during the Chapel sessions. Other responsibilities include organising and executing Weeks of Spiritual Emphasis throughout the school year. The school engages in an annual “Day of Prayer” as promoted by the Inter-american Division of Seventh Day Adventists. 

Our Mission

The Grenada Seventh Day Adventist Comprehensive School will endeavour to impart a balanced, Spiritual, Intellectual Physical, Social and Aesthetic education to its students, thus preparing them for efficient service here and in eternity.  

Our Vision

The Grenada Seventh Day Adventist Comprehensive School seeks to help students be the best they can be. The school seeks to maximize each pupil’s learning achievement and spiritual development in an environment of mutual respect and honesty, thus preparing them for efficient service on earth and a place in eternity.

Our Core Values 

The Grenada Seventh Day Adventist Comprehensive School embraces the core values of respect and responsibility, and honesty. These values are necessary for healthy personal development, caring interpersonal relationships, a humane and democratic society, and a just and peaceful world.

Our Motto

We Learn not for School but for Life.


The Academic Courses we offer

Here at GSDACS we endeavour to help develop academic excellence by providing innovative programs that cater to the needs of our students


Varied assessment strategies

Assessment methods at GSDACS are both formal and informal. These assessments are both internally and externally based. 

Additional Classes

Extra assistance for slower learners

The committed and dedicated teachers at GSDACS volunteer to conduct extra classes in different subject areas for students who need additional assistance,

Graduation Criteria

Graduation criteria students of forms 4 and 5

In order for any student to be elegible to graduate, there are a few criteria that must be met. ALL students of Forms 4 and 5 must meet these criteria.