General Rules
  • Moral Issues: Students are strictly forbidden to introduce objectionable literature, or undesirable audio or video material or to make purchase of any goods whatsoever from unauthorized dealers in or near the College premises.
  • Parental Interest: Parents are expected to co-operate in the working and in the interest of the College. Parents of Day-Scholars in particular must enforce a high standard of discipline through insisting that their children are regular and punctual in attending their classes, in evincing interest in their children’s academic progress; through checking that in their written work and in their manner of dressing, they maintain a high standard of neatness; and through extending their full encouragement to their children’s participation in the co-and extracurricular activities of the College.
  • Parents are particularly requested to adhere to the directions given in the prospectus relative to boys’ personal account with shops and restaurants in the town. Parents who disregard this important regulation may be asked by the Principal to withdraw their son from the College.

    No student of the College is permitted to be in possession of cash and any unauthorized cash found on a student will be confiscated. Repeated offences in this respect will result in suspension for a period of time from the College.

  • Supplementary Home Diet: It is not recommended nor encouraged. However, should boarders bring/receive “tuck”, it will be confined to classes 3 to 5 and will be kept in a room provided in ‘tuck boxes’. Details of food items brought/received must be reported to Principal. Boys are not permitted to keep tuck in classrooms or in their lockers.
  • Personal Accounts: Boarders are not permitted to maintain accounts with shops, hotels, restaurants in town or with the school tuck shop. No member of staff is permitted to keep food or money on behalf of a student.
  • Spoken English: Parents as well as the members of the College staff expect that each students will make the most of the unique opportunities available to him of perfecting his command of spoken English. He must therefore, endeavor to converse in English at all times.
  • Supervision: The boarders are never left wholly to themselves. In the dormitories, lockers, refectory to church, on walks, at study and recreation, they are always under the care of a member of the staff.
  • The Telephone: While telephone messages will be receive or sent for boarders, no boy will have access to the telephone unless emergency circumstances, as shall be determined by the Principal.
  • Fixtures: At the beginning of each year before the reopening of College, each parent is supplied with a list of fixtures, on which all relevant information regarding free days, visiting hours, week-end and periodic holidays, as well as the dates and times of reopening and closing of College, Parents are obliged to conform t schedules as prescribed in the fixtures list.
  • Valuable: Boarders having in their possession such valuables as expensive watches, electronic gadgets or large sums of money run the risk of losing them in one way to other. For such loss, the College refuses to accept any responsibility whatsoever.
  • Absence without leave: should any Day-Scholars be absent from class on six consecutive calendar days without prior notification in writing to and the permission of the Principal, his name will be cancelled from the College Register. Fees, if any paid on his behalf will not be refundable. If readmitted, all dues incidental to the admission of a new student must be paid on his behalf.
  • Absence without leave: Should any Day-Scholars be absent from class even for one day, the Principal must be informed of the reason and his approval obtained. The Principal accepts no responsibility for informing any parents of the absence from class of his son, nor for any accident or injury that might happen to him during such absence.
  • Lunch Leave: Pupils, especially Day-Scholars, are not permitted to leave the College premises during class hours or at lunch time without written permission of the Principal.
  • The Regularly Irregular: Day-Scholars who are persistently unpunctual and irregular in attendance will at first be warned and next suspended. Finally, if no improvement follows, their parents will be directed to withdraw them from College.
  • Official Uniformity: Uniforms are to be purchases from the official suppliers, as notified annually and as approved by the Managing Committee, and from no other supplier. When student is found wearing a uniform which does not conform to the stipulated standards and which has been tailored by a non-official supplier. The College will have him supplied immediately with a new uniform, for which his parents will be charged in the next bill.
  • Deference: It is expected of all students that they show due respect to their teachers and to all members of the staff, to parents and well –wishers of the College, and to all casual guests who come on campus on sightseeing visits.
  • Respect: A student in uniform bears on his back the prestige of the institution it represents. Hence all students must bear in mind the once they don the College blazer in public, they are obliged to wear as well the official shirt, tie pants and shoes that comprise the full uniform. Uniform must never be shabby but must always be neat and tidy. to which he brings honour by his gentlemanliness in deportment and behaviour.
  • Vested power: Acting on behalf of the Managing Committee, the Principal is empowered to waive any of the rules in this Prospectus without assigning any reason for his action.
  • Managerial Power: The interpretation of any Rule in this Prospectus, as well as amendment to it, rests solely and entirely with the Managing Committee of the College. Their interpretation shall be final binding on parents and guardians and no case shall lie in court of law in respect of their decision.