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If you do end up speaking to one of the schools you could ask that question - so most of the students attend the local SDA church on Saturday.
I don’t think it’s a lot different to going to a catholic school when you’re not catholic.
At a smaller school where your child would be in a minority of non-SDA families I’d be more wary that they would miss out socially.
They always write me to try convincing me their personal household traditions are justified, but again, I'm not a cult guru or priest that has to be appeased to make one's household traditions justified; I simply want to look at the facts, and the fact is that most people have gotten themselves so wrapped up in the traditions of cakes, candles, parties, and gift-giving, they've never stopped for one second to ask why the traditions exist, or if they should be doing them in the first place.
For example, one of the most well-known birthday traditions in American culture (and in many other countries around the world) is the blowing out of birthday candles to "make a wish." Sometimes this is done at something like an anniversary party, but it's mostly centered around the birthday tradition.