Attendance Policy

Attendance is one of the biggest indicators of school success. Students who attend school regularly are naturally exposed to more than those who are routinely absent. Furthermore, absences can quickly add up. A student who misses an average of twelve days a year from kindergarten through twelfth grade will miss 156 days of school which nearly translate to an entire year. Adopting and maintaining a strict school attendance policy is a necessity for every school.

Students are expected to report to all classes (that includes electives) on time, every school day. Attendance is recorded at registration every morning and students will be marked for absences and for arriving late. If a student arrives late for class, he/she must  first report to the secretariat and fill out a late slip. If a student is late due to the fault of the school bus, he/she will not be marked as late for that day.