Judicial Committee

The Community Agreements are upheld through the Judicial Committee. The Judicial Committee is a government of their peers, where each student has a say in the consequences that result from breaking a community agreement.

Process of the Judicial Committee

If someone breaks a Community Agreement, another student can file a written complaint with the Judicial Committee.


The Judicial Committee will then gather all students involved, either directly or as witnesses, and listen to each as they tell their side of what happened.


The committee will vote whether they believe that this person broke a rule or not, and at that point a fair consequence is decided and voted upon.


If a student feels that the decision made and consequence handed to them are unfair, they may appeal and that conversation is then moved to the School Meeting.

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Conflict Resolution