Kathmandu University High SchoolCultivating socially responsible & sensible citizens
Important School Rules:
Basic rules: 1. Be friendly, 2. Be sensible
- Go to classroom promptly when the bell rings
- Greet teachers and visitors: “NAMASKAR”. Look them in the eye.
- Entering room: May I come in please?
- Stand in class when addressing teacher (unless in free discussion).
- Pens should be filled, pencils sharpened, books distributed etc. before lesson begins.
- English to be spoken in classroom always. Speak in English to teachers at all other times (expect in Nepali, Sports, Art, Music, Dancing).
- Dress must be clean and tidy. Collars ironed, ties straight, dust brushed off trousers. No large hair bands, pendant earrings or bracelet/necklaces other than genuine religious items.
- Uniform as per the list given. White canvas shoes on games days. Girls wear while games socks, standard blue socks to knees, skirts knee length.
- No money in school.
- No eatables or chewable at any time, anywhere absolutely no chewing gum ever.
- No valuable electronic or annoying toys. No walkman or radios.
- If teacher delayed or absent, captain comes to Senior Teacher or Principal. Students sit quietly in class.
- Copybooks and textbooks to be covered and properly cared for.
- Homework must always be completed on time.
- Homework diaries – all homeworks to be tidily entered, plus all topics and activities, parents to sign.
- Being in possession of/using/being in contact with any of these: tobacco, alcoholic drinks, illegal drugs.
- Stealing or being in possession of something that you know belongs to somebody else. (This includes taking a student’s exercise book, copy the contents).
- Any sort of sexual contact including hugging and holding hands.
- Leaving the school campus or hostel (north of the Adhikari hostel or south of the canteen) without permission.
- Cheating in an exam or test.
- Any sort of physical or verbal bullying or causing unfair suffering to another person.
- Causing any sort of damage to school property.
- Telling off. They must apologize.
- Deprival of playtime, either standing outside office door or writing out lines in classroom.
- Nasty jobs e.g. litter gathering, dish washing etc.
- Offence recorded in personal file in office and in diary.
- Parents meeting.
- Suspension or expulsion for serious offences.