Jeremy Hall is a commissioned and NAD certified teacher serving as superintendent in the Education Department of the Michigan Conference. Born and raised in Michigan, he attended Adelphian Junior Academy (AJA), Great Lakes Adventist Academy (GLAA), and Andrews University, where he completed a bachelor's degree in psychology and a master's degree in community counseling. Jeremy and his wife Donna joined the staff at Great Lakes Adventist Academy in 2000 where they served in the boys’ dormitory. He served as GLAA’s campus chaplain and Bible teacher. Before coming to the Education Department he served as principal of Indiana Academy. The Halls have four children. It is Jeremy’s desire to do everything possible to support the principals and teachers as they minister to young people. He believes that never before in earth’s history has the mission of Adventist education been so important.
Brian Kittleson serves as Associate Superintendent of Schools. He graduated from Cedar Lake Academy and has served in Adventist Education since graduating from Union College in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Education and Physical Education. He has served at Broadview Academy, Auburn Adventist Academy and Spencerville Adventist Academy. In 2006 he completed a master's degree from Andrews University in educational administration and supervision. Brian and his wife Michelle, have three children–Devon, Brianna, and Matthew. His hobbies include backpacking, running, reading, and leadership development. He is passionate about the ministry of Adventist Education and is looking forward to serving the Michigan Conference Office of Education.
Charlotte Green serves as Associate Superintendent of Schools. She began her teaching journey eight years ago at Grand Rapids Adventist Academy and has served as the principal for the last four years. Growing up, she attended a one-room elementary school through the eighth grade in northern Michigan. She received her master’s in K-12 with a focus on special education from McKendree University in Lebanon, IL and is also certified by the North American Division. Her broad educational journey has prepared her for this ministry transition and calling. Prior to teaching in Michigan, she taught a range of grade levels in both the intercity and rural contexts in public school settings. Charlotte and her husband Derek have two daughters, Elizabeth and Victoria, and the Michigan Conference is blessed to have her as part of the team.
Adventist education prepares students for a useful and joy-filled life, fostering friendship with God, whole-person development, Bible-based values, and selfless service in accordance with the Seventh-day Adventist mission to the world.
Michigan K-10 schools have fulfilled the requirements, provisions, and standards prescribed by the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventist and by the National Council for Private School Accreditation.
Michigan has 34 schools:
- 25 Elementary Schools
- 6 Junior Academies
- 4 Senior Academies
- 1066 students in K–8
- 559 students in 9–12
All our teachers are required to maintain current denominational and state certification.
*Homeschool Outdoor Ed is January 3-5, 2023 at Camp Au Sable.
Christian Education Scholarship Endowment Fund