NEWBURY PARK ADVENTIST ACADEMY is open to all young people of the Seventh-day Adventist Church who come for the purpose of doing earnest, faithful work; who have the sincere desire to develop Christian characters; who appreciate the opportunity to learn in such an environment and who will be contributors to the development of a Christian community.
The school is also open to persons of good moral character who may not be members of the Seventh-day Adventist denomination, who respect sacred things, and who are willing wholeheartedly to observe all regulations of the institution.
It is mutually agreed that every student who presents himself for admission thereby pledges to observe willingly all of the regulations and to uphold the Christian principles upon which the Academy is operated. It is also understood that should a student break this pledge, he may be asked to withdraw. In life off campus and in the classrooms, students are encouraged to conduct themselves as wholesome Christian citizens. No more is expected; no less is acceptable.
Seventh-day Adventist schools have not yet been established for the purpose of offering special education and are therefore unable to accept students who have serious scholastic or behavioral problems or who are mentally disabled.
California school law requires every student to be immunized against polio and measles. The school must keep up-to-date Immunization Reports on file. A new student must present a Medical Examination Report signed by a medical doctor. Every year a new Consent to Emergency Treatment form must be signed by the student's parents.