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well i hate catholic school cause i go to one and they have there own agendas so they abuse their power so i don't know what you can do because since they don't work with state regulations they do what ever they want
No, not my school at all.This.
They generally categorize students and treat the "Best" (Rich, Popular, Pet) ones the greatest
........Oh wait that's all schools in general.
Some of the best girls come from Catholic Schools
And whoever is saying boarding school....HE DOES NOT NEED TO GO THERE....it will be worse....Dude just go to a public school...
Um i just recieved a phone call from my school administration stating that i can not come for the rest of the year and next year. the reason for this is because on friday morning a boy kicked me, i pushed him and he followed me to my homeroom and began punching me. i punched him in the face and put him in a headlock. My homeroom teacher didnt see nor did any other teacher. but i was still called down to the office that day. I was suspended and then notified today of my expulsion.
The thing is i was already on probation and that was my third offense. Last year i was put on probation for punching a boy, then i got a discipline report for a incident with a girl and i got into another incident with a different girl in March and i was notified after that incident that it was my last chance and that at the end of this year the administration will decide whether i can come back next year if no more situations happened.
This latest one happened and even though i was in the right to defend myself i was still suspended and then notified of my expulsion. My thing is that i had a right to defend myself and he was attacking me, i didnt over do it or anything. i know i was on probation but i believe this is unfair to me.
Also the other kid didnt get suspended and was in school today. I would like another chance to prove to my school that i can be good.
Is there anyway that i could appeal or plead my case to the administration to let me come back for the rest of the year and next year.
Why are American catholic schools so 'strict'? Just wondering, because I went to one in Scotland and it was just as lenient (or there-abouts) as the non-denominational schools my friends went/go to.