School Rule The school day commences with a prayer at assembly. At the sound of the bell, all must line up for the assembly after which they shall walk in silence to their respective class rooms.
Students are forbidden to bring to school articles such as mobile phone, walkman, watch, I-pod, Camera, CD, Video games, other games, cassettes, other valuables, objectionable literature and any equipment or material which may cause injury or hurt others. Silver foil and tissue papers are also not allowed in the school. If ever any student is seen with any of the things which they are forbidden to bring to the school, it will be taken away never to be returned and the student will be suspended from the school.
The school accepts no responsibility if a student is obliged to return home during class hours because of failure :
Attendance for all school functions is Compulsory. Irregular attendance, habitual idleness, disobedience or conduct injurious to the moral tone of the school will be dealt severely.
To ensure their own safety students are not permitted to visit the shops or buy from the vendors outside the school gate. In case of breach of this rule the school does not accept the responsibility for any mishap.
To ensure proper discipline, pink, grey and white card system is introduced. For minor breach of discipline a pink card and for major one’s grey card is given. 3 pink cards are equivalent too one grey card. These cards are cumulative.
A Student who possesses a grey card will neither be allowed to take part in any school functions like annual function, cultural programmers, election of office bearers, etc. nor to represent the school in outside activities. A holder of three grey cards will have to leave the school. A white card is given for outstanding meritorious deeds. Sacred Heart school students should be polite among themselves and behave at all times in a friendly and loving manner remembering that their school is judged by their conduct. They should maintain cleanliness and discipline everywhere.
Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School at Sidhpur in Dharamshala is owned and run by the congregation of Sisters of Charity of Jesus and Mary, founded by Fr.Peter Joseph Triest in Belgium, in 1803 and established in India, at Dalhousie in 1901,is missioned to reveal that God is love. The congregation values the educational Apostolate of helping individuals to discover their dignity as human persons and children of God.