Student Expectations


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MISSION AND VISION
Honor is about academic integrity, moral and ethical conduct, and pride of membership in a community that values academic achievement and individual responsibility. Cultivating honor lays the foundation for lifelong integrity, developing in each of us the courage and insight to make difficult choices and accept responsibility for actions and their consequences, even at personal cost.
OAK RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL HONOR CODE
Honor is about academic integrity, moral and ethical conduct, and pride of membership in a community that values academic achievement and individual responsibility. Cultivating honor lays the foundation for lifelong integrity, developing in each of us the courage and insight to make difficult choices and accept responsibility for actions and their consequences, even at personal cost.
The Oak Ridge High school Honor Code represents the integrity of its learning community and consists of persons who are:
  •  Honest
  •  Responsible for personal actions
  •  Respectful of the rights and property of others
  •  Respectful of school property and the environment
The goal of the Honor Code is for all members of the Oak Ridge High School learning community to live by the code as opposed to merely abstain from wrong doing, thus securing an environment where academic integrity, and the resulting behavior, can flourish. The Honor Code recognizes the importance of honesty, trust, fairness, respect, and responsibility and wishes these principles to be a defining part of the Oak Ridge High School campus.
ACADEMIC HONESTY POLICY
El Dorado Union High School District Board Policy: The Governing Board believes that academic honesty and personal integrity are fundamental components of a student’s education and character development. The Board expects that students will not cheat, lie, plagiarize, and knowingly allow others to copy work, or commit other
acts of academic dishonesty.Students, parents/guardians, staff, and administrators shall be responsible for creating and maintaining a positive school climate that encourages honesty. Students found to have committed an act of academic dishonesty shall be subject to district and school-site discipline rules which includes failing the assignment and receiving progressive discipline consequences.