Dismissal & Suspension

Irregular attendance at school, habitual laziness, disobedience, dishonesty or conduct injurious to the moral tone of the school within or off the premises is sufficient reason for the dismissal of a student. The students who fail to observe the school rules will be duly punished.

The principal reserves the right to send away from the school any student whose conduct is in her opinion against the good moral tone of the school. Students whose work and progress in studies are unsatisfactory may be sent away. A student who has failed and shows continuous negligence in her/his studies or is two years above the required age of the class is liable not to be allowed to return to the school.

The Principal also reserves to herself the right to suspend a student from attendance in the school and to determine the period of the suspension depending on the gravity of the offence and the degree of damage caused thereby to school discipline. Student who appear for examination in the school are required to use fair means. Those who fail in this matter will be suspended from all exams or dismissed from the school.

The Principal’s judgment is final in all school matters.