Who may attend: Mt. Olives Adventist School welcomes applications from young people of all backgrounds whose principles and interests are in harmony with the ideals and standards of the school as expressed in this brochure. Such students will have the opportunity to enjoy the advantages of their own spiritual, intellectual, social, and physical development. Membership in the Seventh-day Adventist Church is not required, but it is understood that everyone who applies for admission, thereby pledges to observe the regulations of the school.
Mt. Olives Adventist School is not equipped to handle young people who have major behavioral or scholastic issues. In such cases the school will advice accordingly.

Mt. Olives Adventist School has been established to provide high quality education in a spiritually nourishing atmosphere, in harmony with the philosophy and objectives of the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church.
The faculty and staff are made up of devoted and caring Christian teachers who take an interest in each individual student and encourage all students to do their best.
Mt. Olives Adventist School admits students of any race, color, and national/ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The school does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, denomination or national/ethnic origin in administrating its educational policies and admissions policies.

No school is successful in teaching basic principles of life without the support and cooperation of the home and the church. Mt. Olives Adventist School believes that there should be a working relationship between the parent, pastor and school for the welfare and the continued growth of the student. Letters or phone calls from the school will not necessarily mean that serious problems have arisen, but may indicate a desire to counsel together before a student faces serious difficulty.
Inquiries and parental visits to the school are always encouraged by appointment. It is essential to maintain a positive relationship between the school and parents, guardians, or others responsible for the student. Every attempt will be made to achieve harmonious solutions to differences or misunderstandings. Failure to reach accord and receive support may result in a request that the student be withdrawn from the school program.
The administration reserves the right to question a student about his or her behavior at any time without parental consent.


New student applications will be considered by the Admissions Committee and students
given admission when the following have been submitted and/or cleared:

  • Fully completed and signed application.
  • Student Immunization Record (up-to-date as required by Government).
  • Evidence of a complete physical examination (within 12 months of first day of school required for all new students).
  • Copy of birth certificate.
  • Copy of the IDs/Passports for both parents/Guardians.
  • Copy of last two terms report cards (for those from other schools).
  • Satisfactory completion of the entrance exam.
  • An interview with the admissions committee if deemed necessary.
  • Signed financial agreement/clearance.
  • Signed copy of the Mt Olives Adventist School Behavioural Code & Guidelines

Admission forms

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