Students are required to follow all local school rules found in the Collins Hill High School Student/Parent handbook and in the Gwinnett County Board of Education Student Rights and Responsibilities Student/Parent Discipline Handbook. These rules are designed to notify students/parents as to the types of behaviors that are unacceptable, however, every specific type of misconduct may not have been included. A student may expect to be disciplined for misbehavior, which negatively affects the mission of the school even if no specific rule is written for that misconduct.
- A STUDENT ON HIS/HER WAY TO OR FROM SCHOOL, AT ANY SCHOOL RELATED ACTIVITY OR EVENT, OR AT ANY SCHOOL EVENT HELD AWAY FROM THE SCHOOL IS UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF SCHOOL AUTHORITIES AND IS SUBJECT TO THE RULES AND REGULATIONS AS STATED IN THE STUDENT CONDUCT BEHAVIOR CODE.
- Students under short-term suspension, in-school or out-of-school, (1-9 days), long-term suspension (10 or more days) or expulsion are not allowed on any Gwinnett County school campus or to attend any school activity, function, or event.
- A student is considered to be in possession of an illegal and/or banned item(s) or substance(s) when such item(s) or substance(s) is found on the person of the student, in his/her possessions, in his/her locker, in a student’s vehicle on school property, or in any vehicle a student brought on school property, on property being used by the school, at any school function or activity, or at any school event held away from the school.
- School administrators and/or their designated representatives possess the authority to conduct a reasonable search of students, their possessions, school lockers, and their vehicles when on school property, on property being used by the school, at any school function or activity, or at any school event held away from the school if it is established there is reasonable suspicion of the student being in violation of an offense in the Student Conduct Behavior Code.
Students found guilty of being an accomplice to any violation of the Student Conduct Behavior Code are subject to the same penalties as students who are actively involved in committing such offenses.
Administrators will not repeatedly assign the same consequence for rule violations. Students should expect escalation in severity of consequences based upon the type and frequency of violations.
In addition, students will follow the rules of Collins Hill High School.
- Administrative Detention/Saturday School
- If a work release student receives ISS, (s)he is to remain in ISS for the entire school day. For both ISS and OSS the hours worked will not count toward the hours required for work credit.