(i).All pupils are expected to conduct themselves in a disciplined manner at all times and in all places. Whole-hearted co-operation from guardians is expected at all times in the formation of the character of their children. As pupils progress form the lower to higher classes the emphasis shifts from conformity with externally imposed order to self-imposed discipline. Any student, either wilfully or through carelessness, is responsible for damage done to any property of the school, that student is required to pay the cost of replacement or repair. In certain cases he/she may also have to face further disciplinary as the case may warrant.
(ii).The school reserves the right to discipline appropriately, suspend a student for a month or even dismiss any student whose conduct offers evidence that he lacks the required sense of responsibility or ready co-operation either in his academic work or in matters of conduct and deportment.
(iii).The school reserves the right to dismiss pupils whose diligence or progress is continuously unsatisfactory, whose conduct is harmful to others or whose guardians show little interest in the progress of their wards.
(iv).Immorality, grave insubordination, contempt of authority or wilful damage to property is always sufficient reason for immediate dismissal. NORMALLY, all disciplinary action shall be taken by the Principal who will hence forth be assisted by the Disciplinary Action Committee comprising of five senior teachers. In special cases, however, the administrator is empowered to take such action as he deems fit in the interest of the school.