Academic dishonesty includes acts which may result in a student gaining unfair advantage. It is our firm belief that ‘it is far more honorable to fail than to cheat’. The following is a list of such behaviour but is by no means exhaustive.
Attempting unfair means and misbehaving in an examination setting like copying from another student or making information available to another student.
Fabricating or falsifying data from experiments or projects.
Submitting the same piece of work for more than one course or copying another student’s work as his or her piece of work
Interfering in the scholastic work of another student for example by stealing laboratory reports, computer files and library materials.
Altering grades awarded by a teacher
The school views these acts very seriously and the sanctions against such academic dishonesty usually tend to be severe.