The Pupils of this school are expected :
- To Participate fully in all the activities of the school.
- To observe fully the school rules of disciplines and obey all duly constituted authorities.
- To cultivate loyalty and devotion to home, school and country.
- To develop healthy habits of mind and body by constant self- discipline.
- To acquire qualities of leadership and competency in the art of expression and persuasion.
- And to strive to be gentlemen and ladies and learn to serve and be helpful to them.
- The School time is from 9.00 am to 3.30 p.m. All Saturdays except the Second Saturday are working days.
- Pupils must be in their classrooms by the first bell at 9.00 a.m. At the second bell, on the days when there is school assembly, all should reach to the place assigned to their respective classes on the assembly ground; on the other days they sit in their classrooms in silence. At the third bell all stand up for prayer.
- At the end of the day before the students disperse, there will be a thanks- giving prayer led by one of the senior class leaders. It is strictly insisted that pupils should speak English while in the campus.
- If no teacher comes to the class for three minutes after the bell has been given for that period, the class leader should send his assistant for reporting the matter to the principal.
- In the absence of the teacher the class leader assumes the responsibility for the order and discipline of the class.
- During intervals and playtime pupils should not go out of the school campus. They should avoid unwanted shouting or quarrelling or the use of discourteous language.
- Students should bring their Handbook to school daily. For the entries made in the column intended for parents in the Handbook, the students should obtain the parent’s acknowledgement by signature the very next day.
- When the teacher enters or leaves the class, all pupils must stand up. Students may not be called to the phone during class hours. Visitors will not be permitted to see any pupil during class hours. No student shall be called to the office without the written permission of the Principal.
- Every student is expected to be courteous in talk and behaviour at all times. He/she should speak honestly and frankly and be cheerful. He must use polite expressions and show good manners in conversation.
- Students should never forget to greet the teachers and elders. They should also greet one another.
- Students should not damage school property. They should not write or disfigure the walls, furniture or library books. Any damage caused through inadvertence or otherwise should be brought to the notice of the school authorities. Those who cause the damage will be liable to repair it at their own cost. Each class
will be responsible for looking after the class property.
- Any exchange of articles or money transaction between students is forbidden.
- The school is not responsible for books, notebooks, tiff-in boxes, or any valuable item lost on the school premises. Every student is responsible for the safe keeping of his/ her own belongings. It is not advisable to bring valuable items like jewellery to the school.
- Students must be clean in their habits and be neatly dressed. The uniform must be clean, well – pressed and complete. Students coming in untidy dress, with shabby hair, improper footwear, etc, may be refused admittance to class.
- Wearing school uniform is obligatory under penalty of exclusion from classrooms. Full School uniform should be worn on all days and on solemn occasions. On Wednesday students should wear white uniform.
- Inattentiveness, indifference to studies, discourtesy towards any member of the staff or any act which affects the discipline and tone of the school will be seriously viewed and in extreme cases they are sufficient reasons for dismissal from school.
- Students are not permitted to bring cell phones and motor vehicles (two wheeler’s) into the school campus. This will be treated as a punishable offence.
- Immorality, grave insubordination, contempt for authority, wilful damage to school property, malpractice in examinations, etc, are sufficient reasons for immediate dismissal.