I must be punctual for school and in submitting my homework.
I must be well discipline and orderly at all times.
I must keep the school clean and take care of school property.
I must dress smartly in the appropriate school attire. (Pupils are to wear the prescribed school uniform and modification to the uniform is not allowed)
I must keep my hair short and neat.
I must not display jewelry and Cell phones while at school.
Finally, I must respect all the staff members.
The most common ways a school may punish a student are removal from the classroom; in-school suspension; suspension; and expulsion.
2. Does A Student Still Have Rights When He Or She Has Been Removed From The Classroom or Suspended From School?
Yes. Whenever a student is disciplined by a school official, the school will inform the student's parent or guardian of why and how the student was punished within 24 hours of the disciplinary action. Other rights which the student has depend on the type of punishment: In that case a refund of 25% of the total amount paid during the school year will be given.
3. Will A Student's Grades Be Lowered Because Of A Suspension?
No. A student who has been suspended must be given the chance to complete class work and take any examinations missed during the suspension period. It would be a good idea to find out what work or homework will be missed during the suspension period. The parent may need to pick the work up from school. If you don't get the work ahead of time, the student should find out what work was missed as soon as he/she returns to school. It is important that the student do this immediately upon returning to school and to complete the work on time.
4. What If School Officials Want To Expel A Student From School - Does The Student Have Any Rights?
Expulsion is the most serious of all school punishments and, for this reason; both student and parent have the greatest rights in terms of notice of the reason for expulsion and an opportunity for a hearing.