Discipline is the fundamental element to success and optimum development of any human being. It shapes your character and enhances your personality. Any kind of violence be it mental or physical, racial comments, stealing, Public Display of Affection (PDA) is not encouraged. If a student is found engaged in activities like breaking school property, trading in school campus, possessing forbidden objects, misbehaving with school staff or using abusive language will result in disciplinary action. The school discipline policy aims at creating an environment in which all members of the school can live and work together in a supportive way. It aims to promote an environment in which everyone feels happy, safe and secure thus promoting good relationships and an environment conducive to learning.
By sharing the expectations students are encouraged to develop self-control, a sense of regard for fellow students and a sense of pride in their school and community. One of the goals of education is self-discipline, so parents, teachers, and administrators will work with students to establish guidelines for acceptable behaviour.
Appropriate action will be taken by the school administration, in consultation with the Principal, Teachers, Prefectural Board and concerned student when inappropriate behaviour of a student continues to disrupt the educational programme. Recommendations for persistent violations may be expulsion from the school.
Every student will read and sign an undertaking of accepting and following school rules at the beginning of a new session every year.