What are the rights and obligations of the middle school student?

Verified 13 February 2024 - Directorate for Legal and Administrative Information (Prime Minister)

If you are a college student, you have rights that you can exercise alone or with others. You also have obligations. These rights and obligations prepare you for your responsibilities as a citizen. The rules and regulations specifies how they are applied in your school.

Individual rights 

Your individual rights are as follows:

  • Right to protection from physical or psychological violence
  • Right to respect for one's work and property
  • Freedom of conscience, information and expression

You must exercise these rights with tolerance and respect for other students and adults. The defamatory or offensive remarks are prohibited.

Freedom of assembly 

This right shall be exercised in each college. Rules and regulations Your institution's processor provides the conditions under which it must be complied with.

You cannot request a meeting on your own. You can group with other students to do so, through your delegates.

The delegates college students then request permission to hold a meeting outside hours of classes at the head school. In particular, they must explain to him the purpose of the meeting.

The school head may object, particularly if the meeting might disturb the normal functioning of the school. It may also decide to accept the organization of the meeting. In this case, it can provide you with a place to welcome you.

The rules and regulations has a charter of the rules of civility of the college student. You must respect it in the classroom, in the school and around it.

In particular, you must respect the following school rules:

  • Show up with their correspondence booklet and the necessary equipment
  • Entering the college with proper dress
  • Enter class and walk the corridors calmly
  • Respect course and activity schedules
  • Respect the authority of teachers
  • Adopt correct language
  • Be respectful towards adults and other pupils inside or outside the school, including through the use of the internet
  • Do the work the teacher asked for

You are also prohibited from engaging in violent behavior, and from participating in a dangerous or humiliating game for another student.

You must also respect the equipment of the establishment and keep the premises clean.

Students' use of the mobile phone in the establishment is prohibited. The phone may be confiscated if used.

Please note

a student with a disability or a debilitating medical condition may use connected equipment if their medical condition requires it.

He is no smoking or vaping in schools. Alcohol and drug use is also prohibited.

You must first to lodge a complaint with the head of the establishment to ensure that your rights are respected.

If there is no satisfactory answer, you can then contact the national education ombudsman in your academy.

If the solution proposed by the Ombudsman is not suitable for you, you can to take legal action to settle your dispute.

You must bring the matter before the court of the place of establishment with which you are in dispute.

Who shall I contact

You risk a punishment or punishment rules and regulations planned by the

Example :

if you forget your school materials, your teacher may punish you with an extra assignment.

Some serious acts, such as hazing may be punished criminally.

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