The Catholic High School Pupil Welfare Department aims to educate our student as a Whole person. We do so by implementing a multi-faceted Character Development Curriculum with a strong emphasis on life values and leadership skills. We develop each boy to their fullest potential according to his talent and passion. We prepare each boy for the real world beyond school to face future challenges. Most of all, we nurture each boy to be a Leader, Bilingual Scholar and Gentleman.

Besides academic performance, life values and skills are necessary for thriving in the 21st century when young people also need to demonstrate leadership and civic responsibility, show initiative and resourcefulness, and be accountable for their actions. Today’s changing world has a whole new set of rules and we’re to give students the tools to develop essential life skills and values, which they’ll need for success in the 21st century.

STUDENT’S CODE OF CONDUCT

As a student of Catholic High School, I will adhere to the code of conduct as stated below.

School’s Image

I will uphold the good reputation of my school and will never speak ill of my school.

Conduct

I will maintain a high standard of conduct at all times, in school and in public.

I will observe the proper decorum and behave like a gentleman and a scholar.

I will respect my seniors and show consideration for my peers and juniors.

Religion

I will respect all religions.

School Property

I will respect the school property and regard my school as my second home.

School Rules

I will abide by all school rules at all times to help maintain order and discipline.

Activities and Programmes

I will actively support all activities and programmes of the school.

Service

I will be proud to serve the school and the community when called upon to do so.

SCHOOL RULES

Pupils who are Singapore citizens must sing the National Anthem and take the Pledge. Pupils will take the Pledge with the right fist placed over the heart.

No pupil is allowed to leave the school premises during school hours without being accompanied by a parent or a guardian.

A valid Medical Certificate (MC) or a letter of excuse from parents/guardians is required when a pupil is absent from school.

Pupils are to wear the prescribed school uniform and modification to the uniform is not allowed.

Pupils are to wear their P.E. T-shirt and shorts on days when they have P.E. lessons. The name tag should be sewn onto the right side of the T-shirt. The P.E. T-shirt should be tucked in at all times.

Pupils must be neat in appearance, clean-shaven and no facial hair is allowed.

Jewellery or accessories of any sort is strictly not allowed.