A student may be withdrawn from the school only after giving a notice in writing
to the principal before the 15th day of the preceding month.
A student who fails for two consecutive years in the same class will be asked to change the school so that he can grow in a more conducive environment.
A calendar month’s notice is to be given before the withdrawal of a pupil. Such notice should be given in writing by the person responsible for the pupil and not by the pupil. Failure to give the required notice will necessitate the payment of fees of one installment.
Irregular attendance, habitual idleness, disobedience or conduct injurious to the moral tone of the school are sufficient reasons for the dismissal of a pupil. The decision of the Principal shall be final in this matter.
Unsatisfactory participation in
class work and co-curricular activities.
No Leaving Certificate (T. C.) is given unless all sums/dues to the school have been paid in full. If a student is present in his class even for a day before the issue of his T. C., a full payment of one installment has to be deposited.
Students shall be liable to dismissal from school on any of the following grounds :
- Inability to follow classes in English.
- Continuous lack of progress in class and those who are detained twice in the same class.
- Acts of indiscipline and insubordination.
- Absence for more than ten days without application and information.
- Immoral acts of stealing, damaging or misbehavior.
- Non-payment of school fees.
- Parent’s misbehaviour with teachers and school management.
- Conviction by a Court of law for any Criminal offence