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Rules for Students

CONDUCTS APPLY TO STUDENTS AT ALL TIMES
  • In school buildings
  • On school grounds
  • On buses and other school vehicles
  • At bus stops
  • Walking to and from school.
  • At school and school‐related activities both on and off school property.
  • Off school property and outside school hours if the conduct isdetrimental to the school, adversely affects school discipline.
IMPORTANT TOPICS TO DISCUSS WITH YOUR CHILD
  • Helpful Information for a Successful School Experience:
  • Admission from Another School, District or Private School:

HHPS may postpone or refuse admission to a student who has been expelled or suspended for more than 30 days from another school district or whose private school has withdrawn admission.

ASSAULT, FIGHTING
  • Students who become angry or upset with anyone are encouraged to resolve conflicts peacefully.
  • Teachers, counsellors, and other school personnel can help students find civil, non-violent ways to handle disagreements.
  • A student who threatens to harm or physically attacks another student or staff member—or is part of a group that does this—is subject to consequences.
BULLYING, HARASSMENT
  • Everyone has the right to be treated with dignity.
  • Intentional demeaning and intimidating treatment— whether verbal, physical, written, or electronic— diminishes the victim’s confidence and interferes with his or her learning opportunities.
  • It can cause emotional and mental harm.
  • This type of abuse often occurs where teachers and other staff members do not see it, including in text messages and social media (cyber bullying).
  • Students who witness bullying or other intimidation taking place, or who are victims, must inform the authorities.
  • There are serious consequences for this behaviour.
CHEATING AND PLAGIARISM
  • Honourable school citizens take credit only for work that is their own.
  • Deliberately copying or using the work of others is considered cheating, plagiarism, or forgery.
DISRUPTIONS
  • A student who willfully disturbs a class or disobeys the teacher makes it difficult for the rest of the class to stay on task and continue learning, and may put others at risk.
  • This is also true at events such as athletic competitions and field trips.
  • Disruptive behavior includes defying staff authority, using offensive language or gestures, making threats, and fighting.
  • Laser devices, fireworks, matches, and lighters are also not permitted at school and other activities.
PROPERTY VIOLATIONS
  • HHPS expects students to respect school property.
  • Damaging or threatening to damage, stealing, and vandalizing—as well being on school property when not authorized—are subject to discipline.
RESTITUTION
  • A student who damages, destroys, or steals another’s property, including property owned by HHPS, is responsible for compensating the owner for the loss by restoring the property to its original condition or paying for it to be repaired or replaced.

MEDICATIONS AT SCHOOL

  • To ensure that students take prescription and nonprescription (over‐the‐counter) medications safely, the school health room must administer the medications.
  • The parent must bring the medication to the school health room for storage and provide documentation for administering it.

TECHNOLOGY USED

  • HHPS’ Internet network and computers allow students access to vast resources and a creative outlet to pursue writing, art, music, science, math, and many other subjects.
  • With that opportunity comes responsibility.
  • Students are expected to use the technology ethically, respect the privacy and work of others, leave the workstation in good condition for the next user, and generally follow established rules for safety and security.
  • The same expectations apply to the use of student owned devices such as laptops and tablets.
  • Laptops, Tablets, Other Portable Devices:
  • HHPS is committed to assisting students and staff members in creating a 21st century learning environment.
  • To support this progress, with classroom teacher approval, students may use their personal devices (laptops, netbooks, tablets, etc.) to access the Internet and collaborate with other students during the school day.
  • Students must register their personal devices with the school.
  • HHPS is not responsible for loss or damage of students’ devices.

DRESS CODE

  • HHPS respects students’ right to express themselves in the way they dress.
  • It is important, however, that their appearance is tasteful and appropriate for an ISC school setting.
  • Clothing and accessories should not: Display vulgar, discriminatory, or obscene language or images.
SUMMER UNIFORM
Boys

Blue + Yellow Check Shirt
Blue Pants
Black Shoes
School Belt, Tie and Socks
Blue Patka, Blue Turban (XI onwards)

Girls

Blue + Yellow Check Shirt
Blue skirt (Boxes Pleated)
Black Shoes
School Belt, Tie and Socks

WINTER UNIFORM
Boys

Maroon Blazers with Crests
Grey Trousers, White Shirt (Maroon Pullover with school’s Monogram)
White Socks, Black Shoes
Maroon Turban (IX Onwards)

Girls

Maroon Blazers with Crests
Grey Trousers, White Shirt (Maroon Pullover with school’s Monogram)
White Socks, Black Shoes



Holy Heart Presidency is one of the few ICSE schools remarked as the Best School by the ICSE inspection team.