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A High School Rule Essay

  • Submitted by: Marie1999
  • on November 25, 2012
  • Category: College Admissions
  • Length: 399 words

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Dear Principle Crane,
    73 percent of high school kids, and their parents disagree with 50% of the rules. Honestly some of them are just unbelievable. They are magnanimous, but they don't really make any sense. There are many reasons why your rules should be either revised, eliminated, or added.
    Students are always complaining about the dress codes at their school, and totally rejecting the idea of school uniforms, but I feel there are many dis-benefits to this proposal. During a conversation with Mrs.Smith, a teacher that gives out dress code tape, she states, "I really don't understand why they do this, because in my eyes I actually think its cute." That was the day I had tights under my jeans, which were ripped. Is it really wise to put duck tape on top of holes that already have something under them? Previously I received dress code for tying a ribbon on my shirt. It actually made no sense, because it's not like I was showing any skin. For example the top of my shoulder was covered, and the only difference was a bow. Studies show most students   who receive dress code don't deserve it.
      Surprisingly, there are numerous accounts of late check out problems. Most schools, including ours, have a rule were you can be checked out after 3:30. This rule is also magnanimous. While speaking with Dr.Andrews, a past sufferer of this issue, he says," Most times I need to pick my children up was after this time, so I usually had to wait until school was over." Why wouldn't you just want to get your kids, and leave? It honestly just doesn't make any sense. You came to get your kids, and should be able to do just that. I can remember when I had a very late dentist appointment, and I ended up being late because the school wouldn't allow me to leave. An illustration of this would be when you have a family emergency, and you need to leave school. Instead the administrators will not allow that. Statistics show that 89 percent of schools that have this rule don't...

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