RE-AMENDMENT TO PARAGRAPH 146,
SUB-PARAGRAPHS A AND C
THE MANUAL OF REGULATIONS FOR PRIVATE SCHOOLS, SEVENTH EDITION, 1970
AS CONTAINED IN CIRCULAR NO. 16, 1970
The penalty of expulsion is an extreme form of administrative sanction which debars the student from all private and public schools. To be valid and effective, the penalty of expulsion requires the approval of the Secretary of Education. Expulsion is usually considered proper punishment for gross misconduct or dishonesty and/or such offenses as hazing, carrying deadly weapons, immorality, drunkenness, vandalism, hooliganism, assaulting a teacher or any other school authority or his agent or a student, instigating, engaging in activities resulting in damage to campus or school facilities, property or injury to persons, preventing or threatening students of faculty members or school authorities from discharging their duties or from attending classes or entering the school premises, forging or tampering with school records or transfer forms, or securing or using such forged transfer credentials.