Academic Honesty

Students and their parents/guardians are expected to be honest at all times, especially including all matters related to class work and homework. Work turned in by a student for a grade, unless otherwise directed by the teacher, should be the student's own work. Copying homework, class work, test answers, etc. (or attempting to do so) with or without another student's knowledge is cheating and will result in disciplinary measures by the school. Aiding another student in copying class work, homework or tests is also cheating and will be dealt with as such.

Students should always be careful to give proper credit to their sources of information in reports, essays or projects. Failure to do so is a form of academic dishonesty and will be treated as cheating. Students should also acknowledge any help given to them by their parents/guardians or other persons in the course of their homework, essays, reports or projects.​



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