Classroom Discipline

It is in the school and classroom where students receive most of the knowledge they need to be able to develop themselves to the fullest. Therefore, all students should practice self-discipline.   


  1. Students should give due respect to their teachers or to their representatives. They should greet the teachers politely when they meet them anywhere in school. They should give way when the teacher is passing the hallway or the corridor and help them when they need it.   
  1. Show respect to the teacher by standing quietly when he/she enters or leaves the room.   
  1. In case the teacher is late for class, students must remain quiet in their seats and study lessons. The class president must call the office five (5) minutes after the bell to inform the principal or director.   
  1. Students should treat their classmates like brothers and sisters. They must help one another and speak well of everyone. They should not say anything that may cause the innocent to be blamed. 
  1. Courtesy and respect are marks of good breeding and family value.   
  1. When called to recite, stand straight and promptly answer in a clear, respectful voice. Students are not allowed to talk when the teacher is talking. They may raise their hands so they can be given a chance to say something.   
  1. Students should not take their free/break time as an opportunity to do foolishness that leads to fighting, bullying, teasing, and hurting others.   
  1. Making fun and ridiculing schoolmates or laughing at their defects and limitations is cruel and therefore prohibited. Instead, students must bear with and understand others’ shortcomings and failures.   
  1. Maliciousness in actions, in speaking and in writing/drawing is unacceptable.   
  1. Students are not allowed to run inside the classroom or along the corridors.  
  1. Writing on the board is allowed only with the permission of the teacher.   
  1. Selling, borrowing money or habitual asking of supplies from other students is prohibited.