Welcome to Madera Adult School for the 2023-2024 school year! I am honored to be able to serve the students, staff, and community as the new Principal. Having some prior experience in the Adult School world, I am very familiar with Madera Adult School’s reputation throughout the region as an outstanding school.
Whether you are a new or returning student, let me commend you on your decision to continue your education. You will find our highly committed staff ready to work hard to support you in achieving your educational goals. I have no doubt that your time with Madera Adult School will be transformational for you.
I look forward to meeting each of you in class and hearing more about your goals, dreams and how Madera Adult School can support you on your educational journey.
Principal, Madera Adult School
**Please bring a copy of your official high school transcripts.
Madera Adult School Statements for Harassment: The District has adopted a strict policy containing rules and procedures for reporting harassment and pursuing remedies. Any student, staff member, or parent who feels that a harassment has occurred should immediately contact the teacher, counselor, administrator, or principal of the school. If the concern is not resolved, a formal complaint may be initiated at the school or by directly contacting the district Title IX Coordinator at 675 – 4500.
Sexual Harassment by any employee or any student shall not be allowed. Sexual harassment is prohibited by the Madera Unified School District and may result in disciplinary action to the offending employee or student. Sexual harassment means unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal, visual or physical conduct of a sexual nature made by someone under any of the conditions delineated in Ed Code 212.5.
Children in Classrooms: Children are not permitted in classrooms except in selected Parent Education classes.
Non-Discrimination Policy: District programs and activities shall be free from discrimination based on sex, race, color, religion, national origin, ethnic group, marital or parental status, physical or mental disabilities.
Uniform Complaint Procedure: In accordance with State guidelines, the District has adopted Uniform Complaint Procedures. Contact the Madera Unified School District Office or Madera Adult School for a copy of the policy.
Attendance: A student will be dropped from class after 2 absences, 2 tardies, 2 leave early, or a combination of any 2. If you are going to be absent, you are to notify your teacher as arrangements can be made for you to attend another class to make up for the absence.
NO SMOKING ON ANY MADERA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPERTY: The Madera Unified School District Policy prohibits smoking on all district campuses and in district vehicles. Students and employees are not allowed to smoke on school grounds, parking lots, or in parked vehicles.
In today’s world, everyone needs some support from time to time. If you are in need of support for any reason we encourage you to reach out. Below is a list of community resources available to anyone. You may also contact Madera Adult School and a staff member would be happy to assist you in finding the right type of support for you. This is a quick list of useful local resources available for the community. Please download the pdf below. This list was compiled in May 2023, and some of the numbers may have changed after publication, but most of the numbers should be up to date. Please email us via the contact form if you find a number that is no longer working so we can update it as soon as possible. Thank You!
Madera High School Campus
705 W. Pecan Avenue, Madera, CA 93637
It is a privilege of our Department to provide Safety and Security to the Students and Staff of our District.
Today’s parents expect a safe community for their children, as well as a safe learning environment at school. The Madera Unified School District is proud to provide this environment for its students and staff.
The Madera Unified School District approved Safety Officers at the High School level in the early 1980s. Since then, our Safety Department has expanded to all three High Schools, four Junior High Schools, three alternate learning High Schools, and our Adult School. In 2018, we instituted a Safety Officer Elementary School level program to assist with any safety concerns among students in the K-6th grade level. MUSD has Officers available between 7 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. Monday through Friday.