Students may be placed on probation for disciplinary or academic reasons. Parents/ guardians will be notified, in writing, when their child is placed under probation. Each case will be discussed at the end of each academic year, by the relevant committees and parents/ guardians will be alerted of the outcome.
The student conduct record traces the student's conduct in school. It states all the warnings the student receives during the course of the year. The disciplinary committee is formed of teachers and members of the administration. The committee meets regularly to assess conduct records of students and on an ad hoc basis in the case of emergency. The committee decides on outcomes ranging from simple punishment to expulsion from the school.
The parents and students should respect the timetable of the school.
Parents of students who are absent or late to school are expected to notify the school on the same day office by phone, 01- 834 838/ 840 781, between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m..
All students should arrive at school 5 minutes before the bell rings. Any tardiness will subject the student to an oral warning. Any justification for the delay should be given by the parents personally. Unjustified tardiness will be noted as a day of absence in the school log.
Students who are late for a test or an exam without adequate justification may receive a failing grade for that test.
Similarly, students are not allowed to leave school before specified times. In exceptional circumstances, parents should alert the administration to receive permission before coming to collect the child. No medical appointments are allowed to be taken during school time.
Students are expected to heed the following regulations, whether on or off campus. Breaking these rules will subject the student to an oral or a written warning, and in some extreme cases, may lead to the immediate expulsion of the student from the school. A sum of three oral warnings will subject the student to a written warning while a total of three written warnings will refer the student to the disciplinary committee.
Bullying, plagiarism and theft are major offenses and are handled accordingly. Any case recorded will be referred to the head of administration and may result in expulsion from the school.