Cell Phones: Students may carry cell phones. However, phones must be turned off upon entering the building and phones may only be used outside the buildings. Detention will be assigned to any student whose cell phone is active (seen or heard) during a class.
Discipline: Each student is expected to cooperate fully and abide by Calvert Hall’s Summer Program regulations. Calvert Hall reserves the right to dismiss any student from the Summer Program whose conduct is poor, who fails to follow the rules and regulations of the Summer Program, or who does not contribute to the school in a positive manner.
Dress: All students are expected to conform to the regulations established for proper dress code. Students must look professional and presentable.
Male Students: Male students are expected to wear long pants and collared sport/golf shirts. Jeans are acceptable (as long as they are not ripped, written on, or torn). T-shirts, shorts, or sweatpants are NOT allowed. Tennis shoes are acceptable. Flip-flops are not acceptable. Caps and other head gear are not to be worn in the building. Earrings and body piercings are not permitted. Visible tattoos are not permitted.
Female Students: Female students are expected to wear dresses or blouses/collared shirts with skirts/slacks/jeans. Bermuda shorts, miniskirts, sweatpants or skorts are NOT to be worn. Skirts must be knee length or longer. T-shirts, halter tops and tight tops are not acceptable. Shirts must have a collar or jewel neckline. Midriffs must be covered. Body piercings and visible tattoos are not permitted.
Students improperly dressed may receive detention or be removed from class and marked absent (unexcused). The Director of the Summer Program is the final arbitrator of the dress code.
Parking: Students who drive to school may park in the student section of the parking lots or on LaSalle Road. Parking is allowed on Putty Hill Avenue, but students should be careful of special time restrictions. Students are not allowed to park in the Faculty Parking Lot, in the Brothers’ House parking lot or in front of houses in the neighborhood. Students are reminded to observe posted regulations both on the county streets and on the school grounds.
Personal Belongings: The school assumes no responsibility for personal belongings. Proper identification should be placed on all belongings.
Smoking: Smoking is NOT permitted on the school premises.
Telephone Calls : Telephone calls can be delivered to students only in cases of emergency.
Students are responsible for all information in the Summer Program regulations, information sheets, and all announcements made in class.