WEST AFRICA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SUPPLEMENTARY CODE OF DISCIPLINE - STUDENTS
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IMPROPER DRESSSING
Any student found guilty of any of the underlisted offences shall be punished through
manual exercise (viz: weeding, scrubbing etc.). To be seen
Wearing
a. an unprescribed belt over a pair of unprescribed shorts.
b. an unprescribed belt over a pair of prescribed shorts.
c. a prescribed belt over a pair of unprescribed shorts.
wearing a school uniform without the school crest
sporting an indecent footwear (eg. high heeled sandals, shoes, etc)
treating one’s hair with chemicals
LATENESS TO SCHOOL
Any student who reports to school after 8:00 am shall be deemed/considered a
latecomer and made to do some manual exercise as punishment. Recalcitrant students
may be caned, if need be.
Any student caught using any of the underlisted routes to or from the school premises
shall be deemed to have broken bounds and shall accordingly, be punished through
manual work or caning:
i. the unofficial route linking Adenta Barrier and the school’s Mataheko Block
ii. the by-pass behind the Science and Administration Block.
MOVEMENT OF STUDENTS
The following underlisted offence shall attract varying degrees of punishment if so
committed by a student. (An offender may, if caught, be made to kneel down wherever
he/she is found at the wrong time):
i. loitering during class hours
ii. visiting the canteen during class hours
iii. absenting oneself from class without any tangible reasons
iv. absenting oneself from Assembly or Worship
v. indiscriminately throwing litter on the compound
vi. making unnecessary noise during class hours
vii. sitting on the rails or corridors of classrooms for no tangible reason.
BAN ON SPECIFIED ITEMS
All students are deterred from bringing the following assorted items to school; a defiant
student shall have the items seized and, in addition, be punished by the Master on Duty.
i. the walkman
ii. chain, necklaces, bracelets, bangles, etc
iii. dangerous implements
iv. towel
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STEALING/PILFERING
Any student who steals or engages in petty acts of pilfering in the school shall be caned
and, where, necessary, have his/her name disclosed to the student body.
DISOBEDIENCE TOWARDS SENIORS
A junior student who blatantly defies his/her senior without any tangible reason shall be
severely punished through caning or any other punishment.
BULLYING OF JUNIORS
On no grounds, whatsoever, shall a senior student bully his/her junior counterpart. Any
senior student caught or reported to have bullied a junior student shall be seriously
sanctioned
LEAVING SCHOOL PREMISES
All students must obtain permission from the Master on Duty, the Form Master or any
of the Compound Prefects before crossing the school’s bridge between the hours of
8:00am to 3:00pm.
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THE HEAD’S OFFICE
To enter the office of the Headmistress, student must seek permission from the
following officials
i. Form Master/Mistress
ii. The School Prefect/Assistants
iii. S.R.C. President/Vice
iv. Disciplinary Committee(D.C) Chairman/Vice
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DESTRUCTION/ DEFACING OF SCHOOL PROPERTY/ WALLS
Any student found destroying any property of the school or writing on the walls shall be
made to do any of the following:
i. repair whatever he/she has destroyed (eg. breaking of furniture)
ii. buy paint (eg. writing on classroom walls)
KIT FOR ALL STUDENTS (BOYS AND GIRLS) TO BE PROVIDED BY THE SCHOOL
UNIFORM
BOYS:
White Short Sleeved Shirt and Khaki Shorts
GIRLS:
White Short Sleeved Shirt and Khaki Skirt and small stud ear ring.
Black/brown sandals/ shoes
SERIOUS OFFENCES PUNISHABLE BY DISMISSAL
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GROSS MISBEHAVIOUR: Insubordination to a master, mistress and school prefects as
well as members of the non-teaching staff, that is showing disrespect, insolence, or
being saucy to authority, etc.
Drinking or being in possession of alcohol
Smoking or being in possession of cigarettes, “wee”, cocaine, etc.
Pilfering and stealing
Bullying, maltreating or molestation and threats of any kind
Extortion of money and other items from colleagues, especially juniors.
Willfully damaging school property
Tampering with electrical installations, pianos, water taps, pipeline, etc.
Harassment, molestation or attempting to harass or molest any student who gives
information leading to detection of a crime/an offence
Molestation and threatening of members of staff and their children
Fighting and Hooliganism
Attempting to use and using the name of school authorities for selfish ends, example to
collect money from fellow students.
Sexual Misconduct
Occultism
IN PARTICULAR
 Students should not wear any other clothes during school hours that is, they should not
change into any other attire before or after classes when coming to school or returning
home.
 They shall also register their arrival in school with the Housemaster/Housemistress in
charge of students at the beginning of each term.
 They shall attend all official school gatherings
 They shall obtain permission (during school hours) from the
Housemaster/Housemistress in charge of students, before going home if the need
arises.
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