Enrollment at Yangon Adventist Seminary carries with it obligations and responsibilities in regard to proper conduct at all times and in all places.  The student is expected to maintain the standards as expected by the school as long as he/she enjoys the privilege of being a student.  Any student who enjoys the privileges of the school but does not accept and discharge freely the responsibilities that go with the privileges and who is not in harmony with the aims, objectives and standards of the school and is unwilling to observe its rules and regulation, will not be knowingly admitted or retained.

                Because personal influence is a great power, a student is liable for dismissal if he/she is detrimental to his/her associates or the school as a whole, the school does not knowingly admit or retain a student who practices any of the following:

  1. Drinking liquor or possessing it, or making it accessible to others, or allowing its use in school premises.
  2. Using any of the harmful drugs, or possessing it, or making it accessible to others, or allowing it use in school premises.
  3. Use of pan or tobacco in any form or possessing it, or making it accessible to other, or allowing it use in school premises.
  4. Students are expected to abstain from gambling, from the use of profane language, from the reading of pernicious literature, from attending or participating in entertainment not approved by the school, from wearing unbecoming attire, and from clandestine meeting with the opposite sex.
  5. Students are not allowed to leave the school campus or premises during school hour without permission from the school authority.
  6. Parent or guardian will have to write leave request letter for the student who cannot come to school due to various reasons.
  7. Any unruly, boisterous behavior on the part of a student is looked upon with strong disapproval. Students are to maintain proper decorum at all functions of the school and in the classroom and on the campus. 
  8. Students are expected to wear school uniform properly and appropriately and are to be neat, tidy and clean.
  9. A student is expected to have a wholesome and positive attitude and influence. If the school is convinced that a student is constantly showing a negative attitude, exerting an unwholesome influence, and refusing to accept counsel and advice, such a student may be asked to withdraw from the school.  This is because the school feels that it is unable to help such a student to develop in harmony with it aims and objectives, while at the same time the student is exerting a harmful influence on others.
  10. Yangon Adventist Seminary is a co-educational institution. Boys and girls are expected to conduct themselves in the classroom, in the cafeteria, in the assemble hall, and on the campus in a proper and decent manner and with due regard to the cultural standards of the school.  Conformity to the social standards of the school is an important aspect of the educational life.  YAS believes in wholesome and decent association between boys and girls.  The conduct of a student towards the opposite sex must be above reproach and in conformity with the best traditions of the society.
  11. The boys are expected to treat the girls with respect and courtesy. Any attempt to malign the name of a girl to humiliate, to ridicule, to harass in any way will invite serious disciplinary measures.
  12. Any dispute or altercation taking place between students must immediately reported to the principal. Any form of physical assault is condemned, and is dealt with a firm hand.
  13. Any student found stealing or damaging any property shall be subject to strong disciplinary action.
  14. Bringing electronic gadgets (mobile phone, MP3, MP4, ipod, ipad, laptop, etc..) to school is prohibited.
  15. Students are expected to show respect to teachers and those who are given the task of supervision. Obedience is a virtue, and disobedience is not condoned. All staffs of the school have the right to question students if they are found outside or inside the campus during the irregular hour.