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Morisset High School

Morisset High School

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School Rules and Student Conduct

Morisset High School now has a revised Student Conduct Policy for all students to follow. 

Below is an outline of the expectations for conduct in Stage 4,5 & 6. 


Student Code of Conduct

The following are the basic expectations of Stage 4 students attending Morisset High School. I expect all students to be responsible, ready to learn, respectful and be proud to be a student at MHS.

  1. Be in class on time and prepared to learn with the necessary equipment every day.
  2. Place your bag in Bag Zone as you enter the room in the designated classroom area as instructed by your teacher. For more information about Morisset High School, mobile phone expectations visit:
  3. Mobile Phones switched to silent and locked in your Yondr pouch, then placed in your bag in the Bag Zone.
  4. Follow teacher instructions at all times following all classroom procedures.
  5. Wear the correct school uniform with pride.
  6. Behave safely, considerately, and responsibly.
  7. Show respect at all times towards teachers, other school staff, community members and fellow students.
  8. Care for and respect school property and the property of others.
  9.  Attempt all work given during the lesson to the best of your abilities.
  10. Complete homework, assignments and assessment tasks diligently. 

Always behave in a positive manner. Behaviour that infringes on the safety of others, such as harassment, bullying, violence, graffiti, inappropriate language, the illegal or anti-social behaviour of any kind will not be tolerated and will be punished appropriately.

Deputy Principal (Years 8 and 11) - Ms Evelyn Wilson-Babic

Deputy Principal (Years 10 and 12) - Mr Marshall Wilkinson

Deputy Principal (Years 7 and 9) - Mr Grant Wilcher

Deputy Principal, Support and Inclusion (Malanga Unit and MHS Big Picture Academy) - Ms Mary Carryer