A prospective student must be a resident of the State of California and have permanent residency in Modoc, Shasta, Lassen, Sierra or Plumas County in order to enroll. New Day Academy is a school of choice that admits all pupils who wish to attend the school, demonstrate the academic and personal initiative required to make progress within our learning model, and adhere to the school’s program and policies.
To be admitted to New Day Academy a student must meet these requirements:
- Be a resident in one of the counties we serve (Lassen, Modoc, Shasta, Sierra, and Plumas Counties).
- Demonstrate the commitment and availability of a parent/guardian to co-facilitate the educational program of the school.
- Participate in school and state-mandated assessment testing programs.
- Be willing to abide by all policies and procedures listed in the Master Agreement.
New Day Academy complies with all laws establishing minimum and maximum ages for public school attendance. Children who will reach the age of 5 years by November 1st for the 2012/13 school year, and October 1st for 2013/14 school year, may be admitted into a Kindergarten program. No student over 22 years of age may be enrolled in a California public high school. Any student who is 19 years of age and who has not been continuously enrolled in a school program up to that point in time may not be enrolled in New Day Academy (or any other public high school).