General Rules Of The School

  1. SCHOOL UNIFORM – Pupils should come to school wearing the prescribed uniform. The uniform should be clean and tidy. It must be worn properly. The shirt collar button should remain buttoned and the tie worn properly.
  2. SHOES   - must be clean and polished.
  3. HAIRCUT -   Avoid fancy haircut and have a trim hairdo. Colouring of hair is not permitted.
  4. FINGERNAILS – Cut and trim fingernails. Nail polish /mehandi is not permitted.
  5. SCHOOL PREMISES – Pupils are expected to keep the school premises clean.It is forbidden to write or scribble on the walls. Pupil should bring to class all the necessary text books and note books according to the Time-Table. The school diary must be brought every day and pupils must note the home assignment given.
  6. Gentle and polite behaviour is expected of every pupil. Wishing teaches and elders, using good words and proper language are a must.
  7. Pupils suffering from infectious or contagious diseases will not be allowed to attend school, Only on producing a medical certificate will they be allowed to attend school.
  8. Speaking English is a must in the school campus.
  9. The school campus is also used by ST. JOHN’S CHURCH and residents of the old people’s homes Student should not cause any inconvenience to them.
  10. The use of mobiles, playing electronics games or playing cards is strictly prohibited.
Note
  1. Fee payable in 3 instalments by cash only.
  2. If the pupil fails to pay his/her fees on or before the due date, a fine of Rs.10 will be levied as late payment charges per working day subject to a maximum of Rs 300 per instalment. If the fee is not paid till the end of the instalment period, the pupil’s name shall be struck off the rolls.(If re-admitted, the admission fee will be charged).
  3. Fee will be collected by the Union Bank of India St. John’s Church Road Branch Bangalore – 05, from 9.00 am to 1.00 pm and 1.30 pm to 2.30 pm on all working days and on Saturdays from 9.00 a.m. to 11.30 a.m.
  4. Fee defaulters will not be allowed to write their tests and exams