Newbury Park Adventist Academy is a coeducational secondary high school, established in 1948. It is located in the beautiful Conejo Valley of Ventura county. To visit the campus, use the Wendy exit on the Ventura Freeway in Newbury Park, California.
Our philosophy of education is based on the belief that the ultimate purpose of man is to respond to the character of God and His unconditional love through love and service to our fellowmen, and that this response should be evident in all aspects of instruction. We believe that God has a place for each individual in His eternal plan, and that an important lesson of education is to know the will of God and to be willing to do His will. Since the principle of separation of church and state precludes religious instructions in public school, Seventh-day Adventists have established their own school system tailored to educate the whole nature of man- physical, mental , social and spiritual. It is a well-established fact that young people develop ideals from the influences surrounding them as much as they do from formal instructions. They tend to emulate the habits and customs of their associates. Therefore, Newbury Park Adventist Academy puts emphasis on providing a setting where spiritual ideals and social skills can be developed along with intellectual and physical achievement in a college preparatory environment.
Newbury Park Adventist Academy's purpose is to provide quality Christian Seventh-day Adventist education. The school strives to promote reverence for God and kindness to man. NPAA offers a college-prep program.
It is the objective of the Board of Trustees:
To operate an academy, grades 9-12 in harmony with the standards recommended by the General, Union, and Southern California Conferences of Seventh-day Adventists.
To teach the subjects outlined in the Code of Education of the Pacific Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and of the State of California.
To develop in its students, Christian ideals and characters that will lead them to consecrate themselves for Christian training and service.
To provide a college preparatory curriculum in a Quality School program to develop work ethic and habits that contribute to success in life.
To develop Christlike character, gain wisdom through Biblical principles, and foster unselfish service.