School Regulations• Students must wear school uniform
• Students must cut their hair according to the school’s regulation – namely, short and natural with no artificial methods.
• Students must not wear cosmetics and other beauty accessories.
• Students must not bring valuable items to the school. If this is violated, the teachers will keep such items, which will only be returned when his/her parents come and collect it/them.
• Students must not keep textbooks and notebooks in the classroom or in the school.
• Students will use the school’s communal areas with care.
• Students will not use lifts unaccompanied by teachers, or without permission.
• Students must not leave the school without school permission. When leaving, students must give a permission card to the school staff.
• When in school, students must not make a loud noise
• Morning orientation will be given after morning assembly. Any advice must be taken and be done so seriously.
• When changing a classroom, students must line up and walk quietly.
• When using special classrooms and/or rooms, e.g. computer room, library, infirmary and so on, students must obey each room’s regulations.
• Students must behave appropriately to his/her teachers, staff, friends and other people.
• Students must not visit forbidden places such as club, casino and other unsuitable places for student status.
• Students must not behave in sexually related manners/ways.
• Smoking, drinking and drug possession is strongly prohibited.
• Students must not possess any kind of weapons when in school or in other places.
Arriving and leaving school
• Students must attend school regularly, as well as attend every subject according to his/her timetable.
• When arriving, students shall pay respect to the Buddha image, as well as to teachers.
• Students must arrive before morning assembly (8.00 a.m.)
• Any student who arrives later than the above must contact the vice-principal (discipline) for permission to attend classes.
• When leaving school, students must present his/her ID cards to ‘duty teachers’.
• Students must write a letter explaining his/her reasons for absence. Such a letter must have his/her parents’ signature as a confirmation.
• If any student is absent more than three consecutive days, she/he must inform the school office and/or classroom teachers for a record. If sick, a letter from a doctor is required.
• If the above is not carried out, the school assumes that such a student is unreasonably absent from class.
• Students must line up when buying food from the school snack shops
• Students must sit and eat in a proper manner. Eating while walking is strongly forbidden.
• When finished eating, students must return eating utensils to the school in the areas provided.
• Students must not bring food to his/her classroom.
• Students must keep the school tidy and clean.
Lost and found items
• Students must inform his/her classroom teacher or duty teacher when his/her item is lost.
• When an item is found, it should be given to the classroom or duty teacher to find the owner & return it.