The principal, along with his/her administrative team and those faculty and staff hired by the administration and the Board, has been charged with the responsibility for the successful operation of the school.
Students are expected to give proper respect to and show courteous behavior toward those in authority. Parents are encouraged to cooperate with and support the position of the administration, faculty, and staff.
A student is always expected to follow direction of a staff member unless the student is being asked to do something illegal or immoral. If a student feels he/she is being treated unfairly, he/she should do what is asked and then come to the principal or to his/her designated representative to explain his concern.
We encourage open dialogue in a kind and tactful manner as we jointly tend to the task of training and educating our youth.
MAA admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. MAA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, and other school-administered programs.
Federal law requires a public announcement to be given to school patrons regarding any asbestos material in a school. MAA has been checked by a certified asbestos person. The report is filed in the maintenance department. This document is available for those wishing to see it. The asbestos in MAA is in a non-friable condition and presents no hazard to anyone at the present time. It will be checked at stated periodic intervals to ascertain any change in the material.
MAA offers its students a work-study curriculum, providing students with the opportunity to help defray the cost of their education as well as giving them hands-on experience as they develop a positive work ethic.
Milo Adventist Academy was founded in 1954. It derived its name from the town located just downstream. At the time, the town of Milo was official because it had a U.S. Post Office. When the post office was permanently closed, MAA’s address became Days Creek, a small town nine miles west of campus. The campus sits on approximately 475 acres bordered by timber and the South Umpqua River.