Netherlands Junior College and Seminary (Oud-Zandbergen) (Huis ter Heide, NL)

A coeducational boarding school on the junior college level operated by the Netherlands Union Conference at Huis ter Heide, near Utrecht. Bought in 1947, the school property is situated in the center of the Netherlands, and is surrounded by a large park. Since 1969 the school offered three years of secondary work followed by a theological course of two years. After these three years the students continue their education at Newbold College to study for either the B.A. degree in theology or a B.B.A. degree. The course is open to both young men and women. Students come mostly from the Netherlands and Belgium. In 1973, because of extensive changes in the Dutch educational system, it was decided to limit the education offered in the secondary school to the final two years. In 1970 government re...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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