Complete this form only if you were an NUA student before and you wish to return for the 2021-2022 school year.
Nile Union Academy (NUA) exists to promote God’s work in the lives of young people. Our mission is to attract, educate, and train young people to surrender their head, heart, and hands to the God of the universe.
Surrendered Head Surrendered Heart Surrendered Hand
Surrendered Head: We recognize that the mind of man has been led astray by the enemy of God. Our thoughts and our ability to think as God intended have been distracted and overwhelmed by Satan. Yet, humanity was created in the image of God and was intended by God to think maturely and creatively. NUA’s goal is for each teacher, staff member, and student’s mind to be surrendered to God, so that they may “be made new in the attitude of … (their) minds; and to put on the new self, created to be like God in true righteousness and holiness” (Eph. 32:3, Rom. 2:2:). From the classrooms, to the dormitories, to our work stations, we seek to train our minds to think, problem solve, and understand our world, our lives, and the concepts necessary to thrive in this life and in the life to come.
Surrendered Heart: We recognize that “the heart is deceitful above all things” (Jer. 2:21). NUA’s goal is for each person at NUA to claim God’s promise to them to give them a new heart (Ezek 332:3). It is our desire that we all expe-rience the gentleness and humility of Jesus Christ, allowing our hearts to find rest and peace (Matt. 222:1-33). We be-lieve that experience will make such an impact on our lives that the attitude of our hearts will be the same as that of Jesus Christ2 humble before God and obedient to God. (Phil. :22-22).
Surrendered Hand: We recognize that our actions are a product of our minds and hearts. Therefore, as the head and heart are transformed by surrendering them to God, so our hands will be transformed into active friendship with others in service to the world around us. No longer will the selfish passions and vices of our “Godless” lives rule our actions. Through the power of God working in us “to will and to act according to his good purpose” (Phil. :223), the hands of our teachers, staff members and students will seek to work and act with purity and integrity in all they do to-ward God and men.
Nile Union Academy is a Seventh-day Adventist Christian Boarding high school. We accept the Old and New Testa-ment scriptures as our creed and we teach Jesus Christ as the savior of the world. Our educational system is patterned after the American educational system which values class attendance, participation, and performance as the base of its education. NUA adheres to a blueprint for education that was originally conceived in the Old Testament “School of the Prophets”, and more recently envisioned by Ellen G. White. This purports that the best education is the education that seeks to daily train and teach young people through instruction, activities, relationships, work, responsibility, conse-quences, and life experiences. Our classes are taught in English. Our discipline style is consequence oriented, rather than shame based. It is our de-sire that students will not only succeed academically, but will, upon graduation; leave NUA with the foundation to suc-ceed morally, socially, and spiritually. We believe that integrity and honor of our head, heart, and hands must be the foundation of a life surrendered to God.
I will not lie, cheat or steal; I will respect myself and others.
I pledge to not give unauthorized help, or receive unauthorized help on any schoolwork.
NUA seeks to teach our students the value of work. Every dormitory student will have the opportunity to work daily on our campus. Job opportunities include our farm and greenhouses as well as custodial, cafeteria and secretarial. Student’s pay varies according to the quality of their work as determined by their immediate. The pay from these labors is applied to their school bill and can amount to 500-1000 EGP per year.
I understand that the financial commitment each family makes for their student is the foundation of NUA be-ing able to provide the quality education that has attracted your student to NUA. I understand that payments are due at the beginning of each semester. I understand that failure to pay the above amounts may result in student not being able to attend classes, take tests and could cause student to have to withdraw from NUA. The final amounts and agreement will be determined on by NUA.
Understanding these things, I am committed to fulfilling my part in the payments I agree to on by the day the school specifies at NUA.
I desire to be a student at Nile Union Academy (NUA) for the school year, 2021 - 2022. I understand that NUA is a Seventh-day Adventist Christian School, offering religious education as an integral part of its curriculum. I also understand that NUA is not accredited by the Egyptian Government. I understand that attending NUA may make my attending another high school or college in Egypt impossible.
1 - I will follow all rules and expectations within the Nile Union Academy Handbook and those announced by the school ad-ministration during the school year.2 - I understand that Nile Union Academy is a religious school that expects me to act in accordance to the schools understand-ing of God’s expectations at all times.3 - I understand that as a student at Nile Union Academy, I must act in a way that positively reflects the school’s moral values and teachings on and off school property. The school will take into consideration the student’s home and family values, partic-ularly regarding relationships.4 - I will attend all required activities at Nile Union Academy including, but not limited to; class, assembly, and religious ser-vices (morning, evening, and weekend).5 - I understand that all students residing at Nile Union Academy must participate in the work program. Jobs will be assigned by the school.6 - I will wear the Nile Union Academy uniform. I understand that I will not be allowed to attend class out of uniform. I will accept the school decision on appropriate clothing for all activities.7 - I will use technology such as smartphones and computers at Nile Union Academy in an appropriate and helpful way. I un-derstand that any harmful comments or posts on social media will result in discipline from the school. I will follow the school “Technology and Communication Policy”.8 - I understand that I must always obtain written permission from school administration or a dean in order to leave the cam-pus of Nile Union Academy.9 - I will obtain permission from the school administration or a dean at Nile Union Academy before bringing a guest on cam-pus.
*See handbook for community student exceptions.
Honor Code:I will not lie, cheat or steal; I will respect myself and others.Honor Pledge:I will not give unauthorized help on any schoolwork; I will not receive unauthorized help on any schoolwork.
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