In order for students to physically strong and well-built, starting 2020 YAS initiated the dream of building a gymnasium, the school will start with some basic design and equipped for indoor sports, exercise, or physical education.


A part time registered General Physician and/or a Nurse with special training in the field of public and school health is provided for basic and emergency purposes in a School Clinic. All the students will have to go through a general medical checkup. From time to time, other health and/or medical services will be provided in coordination with health department of MYUM or the Church.


YAS encourage all students to fully make use of the school library as they shared the costs. However, we have the following terms and conditions in place for systematic use in a sustainable way. In order to find, use, and enjoy sources of information and reading material, the library collections are open for use during school days. The librarian is usually available for extra assistance a half hour before and after regular school hours. YAIA added more books yearly; as of 2019, we have total 2,562 titled Library books including total 5,489 volumes with other journals and periodicals.

The Library Program:

The librarian will work with teachers in each of the schedule grade-appropriate classes for basic research techniques, web-site evaluation, citing sources and advanced research skills. Library is a place for lessons include seeking, analyzing, evaluating, citing, and presenting information; they are very important as a basis of work and study throughout high school and beyond.

Library Conduct:

An atmosphere of mutual respect for people and property is expected at all times. Students may remain in the library as long as they are productively using it and not disturbing others. Anyone who is consistently disrespectful, as determined by the library staff, will be required to return to their classroom or sent to the Principal. The librarian is a member of the school faculty and has the final say as to differences of opinion regarding all matters in the Library Media area.

Borrowing and Using Library Resources:

No library materials may be removed from the library without being properly registered and checked out. Books used for in-library research should be left on the library tables or brought to the library circulation desk. Students should not re-shelve books. Designated library materials are lent out for up to two weeks. Students may borrow up to four books at a time. Students with overdue materials limit the access of others; they are therefore denied from borrowing any library materials until all overdue materials are returned. Set fine may be charged. Each borrower must pay for any lost library material. Students who have not returned or paid for lost materials will not permit to sit for final exam and/or withhold exam result.

Use of the Library Area:

Teachers who pre-schedule time in the Library have priority as to availability of the area and its resources. Students who are scheduled for Independent Study, Work Based Learning, or any other non-classroom program should notify the librarian in advance of their expected library use so that appropriate accommodations or arrangements can be determined. Students going to the library, either individually or in small groups, from a classroom whose teacher has not scheduled library time, must present a pass to a member of the library staff upon entry. These students should anticipate a request to return to their classroom should no space be available. No student may go to the library during lunch without first obtaining a pass from the teacher for whom they are conducting work and must present a pass to a member of the library staff upon entry. All passes must have student’s full name(s), the date & time of expected use, the topic to be worked on, and the assigning teacher’s signature.

Library Computers:

Students are responsible for library computer use as described in the school’s Technology/Internet Acceptable Use Agreement. Students will be assigned to use a specific desktop or laptop computer by either their classroom teacher or a member of the library staff. The students are personally responsible for the condition of the computer(s), the computer area, and all attached peripheral devices upon completion of their usage. Students must NOT attempt to download or change any software, nor disconnect or re-connect any attached devices (mice, monitors, keyboard, etc.) on any school computer. Any problems, damage, or errant conditions of the computers or the computer areas should be immediately reported to a member of the library staff. Books taken from shelves and periodicals from the room should be returned to the circulation desk. The Librarian staff reserves the right to inspect bags, backpacks, etc., before a student leaves as a theft deterrent.

Circulation and Overdue Materials:

The student is responsible for the return of materials on time, otherwise due fine will be charged either in cash or in account.

School Cateen

Being a health conscious religious background, YAIA takes it serious that every student access to healthy, wholegrain/wholesome and balanced diet in meeting the basic nutritious needs of a child. The service is provided on the family type of business working and serving mainly on the concept of harmonious growth and development of a child. The school is thinking of providing canteen service on a coupon service.
Healthful Living Guidelines

  1. All Departments of Education and school personnel regardless of level should provide vegetarian meals at all on or off campus organizational meetings, seminars, and teacher conventions.
  2. All schools will provide a vegetarian diet only.
  3. The directors of food services should offer a variety of tasty, well prepared foods avoiding:
  4. Excessive use of fried foods
  5. Excessive use of sugar
  6. Use of soft drinks
  7. Use of Ajinomoto
  8. The diet will include an abundant use of locally grown fruits and vegetables.
  9. The school farm and garden should endeavor to provide sufficient amounts of food needed for the cafeteria in a “grow your own food” program.
  10. School librarians are encouraged to include the most recently published Adventist cookbooks as part of their professional resource library for food service personnel.
  11. Home economics teachers should teach the proper use of available national foods.
  12. Faculty members should practice healthful living in their homes, including a vegetarian diet.
  13. The school program should allow a minimum of eight hours sleep for all students.
  14. Physical education program should emphasize activities that promote physical conditioning.
  15. Where campus canteens and snack bars are a part of on campus services provided, school administrators will ensure that they serve only wholesome and nutritious foods.