Student Code of Conduct
Discipline is one of the most valuable lessons offered through education. While it does not constitute a subject, it underlines the whole educational structure. It is training that develops character, order, self-control, efficiency, and the ability to properly deal with responsibilities. It is the answer to good conduct and proper consideration for other people.
Our core belief at Archbishop Carroll High School is to “Know. Love. Serve.” Our students are expected to be aware of and respect the rights and feelings of others. This is the basis of all conduct. Archbishop Carroll High School students must conform to all regulations which are devised for the overall development of each student - spiritually, academically, and socially.
In the classroom, students will not be allowed to interfere with the privileges of other students to learn.
Any student who seriously interferes with the learning process and is a continuous disruption to the learning environment will forfeit their right to learn with others and will be subject to suspension.
Actions that threaten or cause harm to other students or staff members; disrupt or impede the benefit and progress of the school community; violate the law, or bring discredit to the school will not be tolerated. Such actions or other severe violations of school rules may result in suspension or immediate dismissal.
Archbishop Carroll High School recognizes its responsibility to safeguard the well-being of all its students. The school reserves the right to respond, as it sees fit, to the misbehavior of its students, especially in serious matters. This includes those actions that take place outside of school hours, away from school property, and/or extracurricular activities, as each student is a representative of Archbishop Carroll High School.
All questions regarding Carroll's Code of Conduct or Student Handbook can be forwarded to [email protected]