Both parents and students should keep in mind the following principles of discipline:
1. Students should realise that they are responsible to the school authorities not only for their conduct in school but also for their general behaviour outside. Any reported or observed objectionable conduct out of school on the part of the students shall make them liable to disciplinary action.
Parents and guardians are given to understand that they cannot dictate to the management and that the management will follow policies laid down.
2. Regular attendance is one of the conditions under which a student is admitted. No leave of absence is granted except on previous written application from the Parent-guardian and then only for serious reasons, which should be mentioned. Absence without leave will put the student to inconvenience. Absence at the beginning of the academic year renders a student liable to be struck off the rolls.
Any student rejoining school late after Ganesh, Diwali or Christmas holidays without prior leave will be liable to disciplinary action.
3. Regular attendance and study habits, prompt obedience, courtesy in speech and conduct, cleanliness of dress and person and a decent haircut are expected from each student. Hence, irregular attendance, habitual idleness, unsatisfactory application to studies disobedience, objectionable moral influence and unsatisfactory conduct in and out of school, justifies the dismissal of a student and a negative remark in his conduct.
For serious faults, PINK CARDS and for more serious faults BLUE CARDS are given to the student. Parents are then expected to meet the Principal on the next school day. A boy is liable to be dismissed if he gets two BLUE CARDS and a negative remark entered in his conduct.
4. No student who has been absent from school will be admitted to class without the Vice-Principal's signature in his calendar. Students coming late should get their class calendars signed by the Vice-Principal. Habitual late comers will have to call their parents to render an explanation.
5. In case of illness, the student on returning to school must bring a note from his parents/guardians certifying to the fact. Failure to produce this note will put the student inconvenience.
A student who has been suffering from an infectious disease must bring a doctor's fitness certificate otherwise he will not be permitted to attend classes.
The principle should be informed as soon as possible if due to illness a student is liable to be absent for more than three days. A medical certificate should then be produced.
6. Students of this school are strictly forbidden from taking part in political activities.
7. Students must look after their own belongings, books, tiffin carriers, umbrellas, raincoat, must be marked with the names of the owner. It is not advisable for students to have money or any other valuable articles with them. No rings, gold chains expensive watches or ornaments of any type are to be worn to school. Carrying mobiles in the premises is banned.
Boys from Stds. I to VII are not to wear wrist watches to school, except on examination days.
8. On school days and for school functions each boy must wear the SCHOOL UNIFORM, a light blue shirt with a standard school monogram stitched on the pocket and navy blue pants. For the correct colour of the shirt and pant, check the samples on the school notice board.
Black leather shoes must be worn to school over dark blue socks. Books are to be carried in a bag strapped to the back, not shoulder. If for some reason a boy has come to school without his uniform he should bring a note of excuse from his parents/guardians.
9. Any act of violence or ragging will be dealt with severely. The student indulging in such misconduct is liable to face suspension from class; heavy fines; expulsion or rustication from the school as the situation deems fit.
10. Boys should be clean and tidy in their person and dress, they should take great care to keep their classrooms clean. Tidiness and cleanliness in the exterior appearance of the students help a great deal to keep order in their whole lives.
11. Each student must have his own calendar and bring it to school daily. A student who loses or mutilates his calendar will have to pay a fine of Rs.30/- and buy a new calendar.
12. THE PRINCIPAL'S PERMISSION is required for the following:
- To make any money collection.
- To arrange for a party, picnic, meeting etc.
- To join a sports meet, to play in matches, act in dramatic performances, etc. not arranged by the school.
- To give presents to teachers or to stage demonstrations in their honour.
13. Books, periodicals, pictures, video games, comics, cutting instruments, toys, etc. not approved by the school authorities will be confiscated.
14. Catholic students may not miss mass on Sundays and Days of Obligation. They are further required to participate in all other religious ceremonies held in the school.
15. Visitors are allowed to meet staff members, teachers and students during school hours only with the previous permission of the principal.
16. During class time no student leaves the school premises without the Principal's permission. Students may not leave the classroom without the teacher’s permission, which ordinarily will not be given.
17. No collective petition or complaint may be made as it is subversive of good order, but reasonable and private ones will be sympathetically attended to.
18. Those who absent themselves from NCC, Scouting, Social Service & Red Cross activities will have to bring a note of excuse from their parents. Regular attendance and the completion of these courses are a must to be able to fill in the forms for the SSC Examination.