Good Conduct Policy

In striving to help the student to become a good citizen and recognizing that obeying state and local laws is part of being a good citizen, it is hoped that the Good Conduct Policy and its application will give the student more incentive to resist behavior that violates these rules.

It is also believed that certain standards of behavior are accepted by the students and community as a whole and those students can be expected to function within these behavior standards both in school activities and as ambassadors of the Glenwood School.

Education is the right of a student. Extra/co-curricular activities are a privilege for a student.