If a student is suspected of committing an offense, the Principal may set up a Disciplinary Committee to investigate the matter and to recommend appropriate disciplinary measures. These measures may include the following:
- Issuance of warning letters
- Confiscation of items
- Reduction of marks or being given zero marks for an assessment
- Cancellation of student pass and repatriation to the home country.
The offender may also have to pay for damages, liabilities or legal charges.
The school may decide to suspend the student in the following situations:
- Possession/consumption of prohibited product or drugs.
- Forgery or cheating/cheating in test and/or examinations.
- Physical or verbal abuse
- Misconduct related to abuse or misuse of school furniture or equipment
There is no refund to the student for the course fees that are consumed during the period of suspension.
The school may decide to expel the student in the following situations:
- Fighting, hooliganism and extortion
- Absent without valid reason for more than 7 consecutive days
- Wilful defiance of the School’s rules and regulations, after having received warning letter(s)
- Serious infringements of the laws of Singapore
There is no refund of the course fees, whether consumed or un-consumed if a student is expelled.