- Integrity in personal conduct and honesty in schoolwork.
- Respect toward all community members and for individual and school property.
- Physical and mental safety for all members of the community.
- On the School grounds and the immediate surrounding property (“campus”).
- Traveling to and from the campus.
- Traveling to or from school related events off campus.
- On or off the campus at school related events including, but not limited to, remote learning, athletic and arts events, field trips, service learning outings, school sponsored travel, and school related lectures.
- When a student’s actions, whether on or off campus, negatively affect the School, including, but not limited to, students, members of the School community and the School’s reputation.
- Letter of Warning: In certain cases, the Dean of Students, the Academic Dean, or a Class Dean may write a cautionary letter of warning to a student, the parent(s), and the advisor or academic counselor.
On Campus Restriction I: On Campus Restriction I requires a student to attend all classes and allows participation in co-curricular activities. The student forfeits open campus privileges; they will be required to be in a supervised location during all breaks, lunches, and free blocks.
On Campus Restriction II: On Campus Restriction II requires a student to attend all classes and prohibits participation in any co-curricular activities or attendance at any school-sponsored events during the period of the restriction, including but not limited to athletics and performances. The student will also forfeit open campus privileges and will be required to be in a supervised location during all breaks, lunches, and free blocks.
- Suspension: A student who is suspended from the School may not be present on campus or at school events for any reason (including attending classes) during the period of the suspension. Students who are suspended are independently responsible for meeting all academic expectations. Major assignments (tests, essays, multi-day projects, etc.) will be counted as late and will drop one grade increment(i.e., a grade of a B would become a B-). Students will receive no credit for all other missed work (homework, class work, quizzes, etc.). Suspensions are also reported to the colleges to which a student applies, has been admitted, or intends to enroll.
- Expulsion: A student who is expelled from Marin Academy will be withdrawn from all classes and receive a grade in progress in each of their classes. Expelled students may not be present on campus or attended any school-sponsored events without permission from the Dean of Students.