Contravention of any school rules and regulations constitutes an offence. The disciplinary actions taken shall depend on the degree of the offence.The following constitute offences in the school. A student who commits any of them shall face disciplinary actions:
1. Lateness to School
2. Leaving the school before 3.00 p.m without permission
3. Loitering in the school compound or in town between the hours of 7.30 a.m. and 2.00 p.m while in school uniform
4. Eating in the classroom
5. Noise making in the classroom or disturbing (disruptive behaviour) in the classroom
6. Truancy; absence from school without permission
7. Tearing the leaves off notes or text books
8. Throwing litter around the compound
9. Cheating in class work
10. Examination malpractices
11. Wearing wrong uniforms, footwears, necklace and the wrong hair style.
12. Damage to school property
13. Bad behaviour towards others
14. Doing physical harm to others
16. Indulging whether at home, school or elsewhere in swearing, indecent language, smoking, drinking alcoholic beverages, gambling and dancing to disco music.
17. Dressing shabbily to school.
18. Failure to do assignments.
19. Possession of arms or explosives in and outside the school.
20. Telling lies, fighting, stealing, disobedience, maltreatment of junior students, immoral behaviour and allied misconduct.
21. Wearing of sweaters and similar attires are forbidden. Only the (recommended) College cardigan can be worn at the right time by students. Multi-coloured dresses are not allowed.
22. All forms of make-up such as painting of the face, toes, fingernails, eye shadows etc. are strictly forbidden.
23. The possession or reading of obscene literature is a very serious offence. Wearing of hats, slippers, sunglasses, rings, trinkets to school is forbidden. Wearing of trousers, leggings, slacks, and transparent dresses, or mini-skirts by females is highly prohibited. The use of (hard) drugs, and alcohol is strictly forbidden. Smoking of any kind is forbidden Any assault or act of insubordination to a teacher will be severely sanctioned.
A student withdrawing from the school should inform the authorities a month ahead of his /her date of withdrawal . This should be done by writing to the Head of the School stating the reasons for withdrawal. The student should also produce a duly signed clearance form from the Accounts and Library departments showing that he or she is not in any way indebted to the school. It is on this ground that a transfer certificate would be issued.
Daily school routine is as follows: School opens at 7:35am Break Time is 11:00 am to 11:30am for Junior /Senior Secondary School 11:20am to 11:50am for primary section. School closes at 2:00pm., while Nursery and Primary School close at 12:30 and 1:30pm respectively. Parents and Guardians are not allowed into classrooms during classes / lessons
The School Maintains an open door admission policy. Admission is open to all school age children,irrespective of sex , race, colour, religion, nationality or ethnicity. Nevertheless, a child is expected to at least attain the age of two years to be eligible for admission to the nursery school, for primary and secondary schools, it is five and ten years respectively. Admission into JS1 is by entrance examination . Candidates are expected to score at least 50% in English Language and Mathematics and pass an Oral interview to be eligible for admission. Admissions into JS2 , SS1, and SS2 are based on written and oral tests but limited to the vacancies available. Admission into JS3 and SS3 are not encouraged because they are external final examination classes.