Sacramento Charter High School has high standards for academic achievement and student conduct that are clearly defined, measurable, and do not allow for excuses. Clear and consistent rules and consequences are strictly applied and enforced to student life. Sacramento High School students are responsible for their own behavior.
School administrators will ensure that every student who wants to learn will be able to do so in a clean, safe, and productive environment. In return, Sacramento High School students are expected to work hard, have a good attitude, and treat classmates, staff, and visitors with kindness, courtesy, and respect.
A Sacramento Charter High School student is considered a member of the student body at all times and in all places; whether on campus or off campus. As such, s/he must always be conscious of his or her actions and show courtesy and respect. Crude language and other expressions of inappropriate conduct are unacceptable. Sacramento Charter High School has the right to review and take action in cases involving student conduct and actions, regardless of when or where such actions take place, if they are (1) of a nature to bring discredit upon the school; (2) in conflict with the values for which Sacramento Charter High School stands; and/or (3) in violation of criminal or civil law or the reasonable rights of others.