1.1  The misbehaviour of a student on his way to school and back home is considered very serious because any offence or form of misbehaviour is in violation of both internal  school rules and external regulations governing the attitude that a student is expected to adopt towards outsiders and members of the public in general. The offence in the latter case also throws discredit on the good name of the college.
1.2  A student must see to it that his behaviour on the bus or whenever and wherever he represents the college away from school should be impeccable.
1.3  Students must respect the school environment and keep it clean and tidy.
1.4  All students should possess a student journal which should always be in his possession. It is therefore compulsory for every student to buy a student journal in order to monitor his conduct and academic performance. It must be filled in by the student after every lesson and signed by the Responsible party at the end of each working week. Responsible party is strongly advised to check same as frequently as possible as it is an important communicating tool between the college and the Responsible Party.

 2.1    A student must compulsorily wear the school uniform on all occasions when he
is under school discipline, including internal examinations period. The uniform consists of a white shirt overprinted with the name of the college and long trousers or shorts of a blue colour (NO JEANS ALLOWED).
 2.2  A student failing to wear the school uniform must expect to be sent home immediately.
No excuse written or verbal will be accepted.
 2.3  Students are not authorized to have abnormally long hair. Wearing of earrings or any other ornamental is not authorized.

 3.1  Students should attend school on time, which is at latest by 08.00 a.m. In case of lateness, the student has to enter his name in the lateness book, record his time of arrival in the student journal which will be signed by the Usher or a delegated officer before going to his class. On arrival in class, the subject teacher will insert the time of arrival of the student in class in both the student journal and the pink card and will register the student late in the attendance register. It is the responsibility of the Responsible Party to monitor the lateness sheet. 
3.2  (a) It is the duty of parents to ensure that their ward/son reaches school on time.   
       (b) Disciplinary action will be taken against regular latecomers. 
       (c) A student who knows that he is going to be late is strongly advised to produce a note of explanation from his Responsible Party on the same day.

4.1  Attendance is compulsory. Responsible Party should fill in the absence note in the student  journal whenever their ward is absent and produce a letter of absence on the day on which a  student comes back to school.

4.2 All absences of more than three days must be covered by a medical certificate. The medical  certificate must reach the administration on the fourth day of absence.
4.2  All absences of more than three days must be covered by a medical certificate. The medical certificate must reach the administration on the fourth day of absence.
4.3  Cases of students with prolonged period of absence without explanation will be referred to  the  Ministry.
4.4  A student who is often late or absent and/ or is often reported missing from classroom and  whose work and conduct are not satisfactory will be set on 'Special Report' i.e. he will be  issued a Special Report Booklet to be signed by the subject master at the end of every single/  double period and by the Usher/ Deputy Rector/Rector in the morning and after the last  period. It is the responsibility of the Responsible Party to sign the Special Report Booklet when  the student is back home, every afternoon.
4.5 A student who is officially absent from school does not have the right to be on school  premises or attend any classes.
4.6 Students eligible to compete for the State of Mauritius Secondary Schools Scholarships are  strongly advised to pay special attention to this, as they are not authorized to have more than  10 unexcused absences per year in the HSC course. [See note 4.7]
4.7  Very important notice to Lower Six and Upper Six Students 
If a student's absences exceed ten days yearly (during lower six and upper six academic years) and  no reasonable reasons (illness, etc) are given, the Rector may reserve the right not to endorse his  certification of attendance. Thus according to paragraph 3 of . Regulations 24 of the Education  Regulations 1957 the student is disqualified from sitting for the SSR National/State of Mauritius  Scholarships.

5.1  Being missing from classroom and/ or running away from school shall be considered as very  serious offences, and a student guilty of such offences shall be very severely punished. Here,  as in all cases of punishment, failure to carry out the punishment shall lead to temporary  suspension from school (the banal excuse of private tuition is inadmissible)

6.1  Temporary Suspension/Rustication is the last step before expulsion and it will be applied in  the  case of very serious offences.
6.2  A student who is suspended from school runs the risk of being expelled from school if he is  seen  on school premises during the period of suspension.
6.3  A student who comes back to school after a period of suspension must be accompanied by  his  responsible party and must meet the Rector.
7.1  Insulting members of the staff (teaching/ clerical/non-teaching) -threats of violence, intimidation using abusive language, tampering with and/ or damaging college property (e.g. computers, tables ,chairs and window panes etc.), cheating at test or examinations, falsifying signatures, forging documents, leaving school without permission, shirking classes, prolonged periods of unexplained absences, insubordination, reading or being in possession of pornographic material, stealing under any form, extortion, acts of vandalism, subversion, obscenity, hooliganism, drug addiction or trafficking, smoking on school premises, possession of offensive weapons, misbeviour on stadiums, on school bus and in public, attending parties on school days and during school hours, ordering items in the name of the college among others, are very serious offences that may lead to immediate suspension and ultimately to expulsion.
7.2  A student is liable to public prosecution under the above. 
7.3  A student will be required to make good any damage he has caused to school property / school bus. 
7.4  A student who has got a serious police case will be expelled from school.

8.1  Mobile phone should neither be used during classes nor used for illegal practices. 
8.2  Mobile phones with cameras should not be used for doubtful needs. 
8.3  The school will not be held responsible for cases of theft of mobile phones and other gadgets like Walkman, MP3, MP4, Discman, etc. or any other valuable property.
9.1  No request for early leaving shall be entertained unless the Responsible Party comes to see the Rector in person or writes a letter. In no case will the student be allowed to go home if not fetched by the Responsible Party or his representative (who will have to produce his/her identity card). Requests by phone will not be entertained.
10.1  Sitting for internal examinations is compulsory. Failure to do so will only be excused if a medical certificate is produced.
Recommendations, testimonials, certificates of character, leaving certificates and u. C.AS will be based on the previous term reports after each term.
10.2  If a student is not satisfied with his results, he will have to make his complaint as early as possible. After three months, all scripts will be destroyed. Test papers (not Examination Scripts) will be given back.
10.3  Cheating may entail immediate suspension, and the student will not be promoted to the higher form.
10.4   Mobile phones are strictly forbidden in the examination room.
11.1  A student who misbehaves while he is sitting for an examination is going against both college disciplinary rules and against London/Cambridge/ any other examining body Regulations governing the conduct of students during Examinations. The student is, therefore, "liable to prosecution" at both levels and he may be disqualified.
12.1  All term reports are issued exclusively to the Responsible Party. In no circumstances will the reports be given to the students.

13.1 (a) No student is authorized to leave the school premises during school hours except with the Rector's written permission.
        (b) However, a student is authorized to leave classes for sports purposes or because he has to play or train for the college. In such cases he must obtain a written note from the sports officers and inform the teachers concerned. He is advised to keep this note, so that he may not be reported missing from classroom.
         (c) The above applies also to students who are engaged in a Project. They must obtain a written authorization from the Rector/Deputy Rector and inform teachers concerned accordingly. The Rector/Deputy Rector will record on the attendance card the time at which they leave school. They must also obtain another written authorization to be signed by the officers they are contacting in connection with their project.
13.2  No student has the right to use the office telephone without permission from the administrative staff.
13.3  The parking space reserved for teachers I cars is also out of bounds during class hours as well as during breaks.
13.4  No student is allowed to stay in the classroom during breaks.
13.5  Students spoiling books or magazines, defacing them, tearing off pages etc. or failing to bring them back shall have to make good the losses and be subject to severe disciplinary action.
13.6  On no account whatsoever should a personal file, the college seal or an attendance   register or  any official document be in the hands of a student.  .
13.7  No student shall stay after school hours on college premises or in classrooms for sport purposes and other activities, except with the Rector's written permission. The school is not responsible for injuries/ accidents occurring on school premises before 0730 and after 1430.
13.8  All activities implying financial transactions must be carried out under the control of at least a member of staff who is/are directly responsible to the Rector for any such transactions.