• Student Conduct
    Students at South El Monte High School take pride in their good manners and have respect for each other and for the authorities in and out of school. Students are responsible and accountable for their actions. Self-discipline, which implies responsibility for one's actions, is one of the important ultimate goals of education and the mark of maturity. Respect for real and personal property and pride in one's work and achievement shall be expected of all students. The behavior of students at South El Monte High School should reflect standards of good citizenship equal to or excelling any school in this area. A suspended student may not be on campus nor attend or participate in school activities during the term of suspension.

    Students may be suspended, expelled, or excluded from school for breaking school rules and regulations relating to the following:

    • Possessing, selling or otherwise furnishing a firearm
    • Brandishing a knife at another person
    • Unlawfully selling a controlled substance
    • Committing or attempting to commit a sexual assault or sexual battery
    • Possession of an explosive
    • Caused serious physcial injury to another person, except in self-defense
    • Unlawful possession of any controlled substance
    • Robbery or extortion
    • Assault or battery on a school employee