Study Areas


It is expected that junior and senior students will utilize their unscheduled time in a constructive manner. Students looking for a place to study or perform school related activities might use the following areas:

  • The Learning Commons
  • The Cafeteria/Student Center
  • Supervised labs or classrooms
  • Learning Labs


All ninth grade and tenth grade students will be assigned to study halls during all of their unassigned periods.  All ninth grade and tenth grade students (eleventh and twelfth graders at the discretion of administration) students who are dropped from a class for attendance reasons will be assigned to a study hall.  It is expected that all students assigned to study hall will come prepared to work quietly. Students should bring with them the necessary writing utensils, textbooks and notebooks. Failure to do so may result in assignment to detention. Loud, boisterous students not using their time constructively will be asked to leave. Repeat offenses will result in a parent conference.  Sophomore students who have an average of 80% or higher in all of their classes should make an appointment with their guidance counselor to discuss earned time. These students may be eligible,with parental permission, to be removed from study hall.

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