1. Smoking, consuming alcoholic drinks
2. Gambling or any kind of ‘chance’ games (for money or not)
3. Spitting
4. Chewing gum, chewing sugar cane
5. Playing with or wasting water
6. Shouting, improper games and disruptive behavior in classrooms
7. Running in the corridors, climbing trees, running up or down the aisles
8. Throwing stones or other objects likely to cause injury
9. Writing on the walls or the blackboards
10. Playing with balls inside the building (incl. roof)
11. Damaging or removing any notice
12. littering
13. Taking into classrooms or the hall any radio, camera, tape-recorders, CDs, CD players, walk-mans or any other electrical equipment without permission
14. Eating or drinking in the class
15. Bringing drinks or food into the classroom
16. Putting up notices without permission
17. Copying another student’s work (cheating)
18. Selling of any items
19. Name calling using profane or degrading language
20. Using bad language
21. Involvement in gang activity
22. Fighting
23. Bringing improper articles into the school,
24. Bringing pets into the school
25. Violating school dress code including coming to school in dirty clothes, wearing makeup, or having long fingernails
26. Coming to school without an ID card
27. Entering the main school building when the school is on holiday and/or other than study hours
28. Damaging or destroying school property

29. Entering the administration office or the staff rooms without permission

30. Any action which breaks the school rules will be recorded on a disciplinary action form by the teachers.


Bringing the following items, which are potentially dangerous for you and your environment, is strictly prohibited:

  • Cigarettes, matches, lighters
  • Alcohol
  • Chewing gum
  • Fireworks or any other dangerous products
  • Toy or real guns
  • Knives, penknives
  • Playing cards or any other games of chance
  • Improper books or materials
  • Cellular phones, pagers or any other electronic devices
  • Jewelry (incl. rings, etc.; except simple necklace and earrings for GIRLS)


The school will confiscate the electronic device and its components e.g. battery, cord etc. except
for the SIM card, when found on school premises during school days and hours. The device
will be confiscated for exactly six months since the date of confiscation.

The school will record a disciplinary case on the student’s report card for each case and in case
of repetition; the school will be taking further actions such as detention, suspension or

To receive the confiscated device, the student will have to present the “electronic device receipt”
given by school to the authorities. In case the student does not claim the device within a month
(30 days) from the return date, the school will sell the device under the supervision of the vice
president for finance and the proceeds of the sale will be turned over to school scholarship

In case the student moves to another city, country or school, he/she will receive the device on the
final day that he/she leaves the school.