Admitted High School Students

Congratulations on your admission to the CPCA Training and Certification Program! NAPCA trains thousands of high school and college student leaders each year across the globe to become a Certified Peer College Advisor (CPCA) through classroom and online training. 

On this page, you will find useful information and links that will guide you toward becoming a Certified Peer College Advisor (CPCA).

Secure Your Enrollment

Please complete the following steps to secure your enrollment in the CPCA Training and Certification Program:

Step 1: Accept Your Admission Offer

To accept your admission offer, please visit studentleaders.napcaonline.org/accept-admission-offer-hs.

 

Step 2: Pay Total Cost of Attendance

To secure your enrollment in the CPCA Training and Certification Program, you must pay your total cost of attendance. There are 2 ways for you to pay your total cost of attendance: Online and Postage Mail

 

1. Online: U.S. students can pay online with a major credit card or bank debit card. VISA, American Express, Discover Card, MasterCard, and others are accepted. To pay online, visit studentleaders.napcaonline.org/online-payment.

 

2. Postage Mail: U.S. students can mail in a cashiers check from a Bank institution or money order from USPS, Walmart, Western Union, or MoneyGram. Please include the student’s full name, program location/session date, and date of birth on your cashier’s check or money order. Please make checks payable to “NAPCA Foundation”.

 

Mailing Address:

NAPCA Foundation

Office of Students Accounts

9800 S. La Cienega Blvd., 2nd Floor

Los Angeles, California 90301

 

Step 3: Complete and Upload Required Participation Forms

Required Forms

All aspiring CPCAs and their parents are required to complete the following Participation Forms:

Description: Blanket liability waiver for the student’s participation in on-campus and off- campus activities associated with the NAPCA program.

Deadline: 2 weeks prior to program start date.

Download: Click Here to download form.

Description: Provides permission to NAPCA to photograph/film students during class and activities and to use photos and videos for promotional use (website).

Deadline: 2 weeks prior to program start date.

Download: Click Here to download form.

Description: Medical information that is required in case of an admission to a local hospital.

Deadline: 2 weeks prior to program start date.

Download: Click Here to download form.

Description: An agreement between the parent(s) or guardian(s), the student and the CPCA Training and Certification Program on the rules and expectations of students enrolled in the program.

Deadline: 2 weeks prior to program start date.

Download: Click Here to download form.

Optional Forms

Below are optional forms for students and their parents to complete.

Description: Provides permission for our staff to release students from NAPCA at the end of the program without having a parent/guardian or designated person to pick up student.

This form does not apply to students 18 years or older.

Deadline: 2 weeks prior to program start date.

Download: Click Here to download form.

Description: Required to request approval for a residential student to leave campus during the program.

Deadline: 2 weeks prior to program start date.

Download: Click Here to download form.

Description: A service request for students to be picked up and/or dropped off at the airport by one of NAPCA’s representatives.

Deadline: 48 hours prior to student’s departure.

Download: Click Here to download form.

Step 4: Fill Out and Submit the New Member Online Form

All aspiring CPCAs must complete and submit the New Member Online Form to become a member of a NAPCA High School Chapter and the NAPCA Organization. Visit studentleaders.napcaonline.org/new-member-form-hs to complete the New Member Online Form.

Prepare For Your Arrival

Once your forms are submitted and your total cost of attendance is paid, it’s time to get ready to attend the CPCA Training and Certification Program! Below are some steps you need to take to prepare for your arrival.

Step 1: Transportation Arrangements 

Students must arrange for their own transportation to and from the CPCA Training Program. 

Step 2: What to Bring to the Training Program

To make sure you’re ready for the CPCA Training and Certification Program, we’ve put together a list of required and recommended items to bring with you to the CPCA Training Program. 

Click Here to download the list of items to bring with you to the CPCA training program.

Program Arrival & Check-In Day Details

  • Program schedules will be emailed to all admitted students prior to the program start date.
  • NAPCA staff will send admitted students an email with driving directions, parking instructions, and program check-in details.