Student Code of Conduct


To be successful in any learning environment, regular attendance is essential. Students are required and expected to log into their courses on a weekly basis. We recommend that students do so three times per week. Students who do not log in regularly and contribute to their course discussions and activities risk not getting the most out of their online course, and also risk not earning their credit.

In accordance with Ministry attendance reporting requirements, student attendance will be based on the number of lessons they complete. For example, if a course has a total of 50 lessons and a student completes 45 lessons, this will be equivalent to 90% attendance of the 110 hours required for all credit courses. This is how attendance values will be derived for reporting purposes on report cards.

Academic Integrity

Academic Integrity is of utmost importance at Inspira Academy. In simple terms, a breach of academic integrity refers to any violation or misrepresentation that involves cheating, plagiarizing, and even improper citing or paraphrasing of source materials. It is critical that all work students submit is their own, and where they are drawing from the work of others, students must demonstrate proper citation, referencing. and paraphrasing methods. Inspira Academy has a zero-tolerance policy for academic dishonesty. This means that any students found to be cheating on any assessment will automatically receive a mark of zero for that assessment. In addition, students found to be cheating may also be removed from a course with no refund on the tuition paid. Cases of academic dishonesty will be handled on a case-by-case basis by the teacher and school administration. 

Parental Role

Parents and/or guardians are encouraged to assist the student in their studies by formulating an academic calendar and timetable for them whilst periodically monitoring their screen working on their course(s). We encourage parents and/or guardians to contact the school regarding any possible questions, comments, or concerns.

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