Always to be friendly with one another in and out of the school.
To avoid vulgarity in talk and behaviour.
To accept whatever work is assigned as our rightful share.
To offer help to any unattended visitors we happen to meet on the school premises.
To show respect when any elder, teacher or visitor enters or passes through any room in which we happen to be.
To be courteous to and sportsman - like with opposing team and with officials.
To respect the beauty of the school premise and report any damage which we may observe.
To avoid dropping papers on the school premises and to pick up any such paper dropped by others.
To learn and observe good manners.
These traditions are little things in themselves. And they must be put into practice voluntarily. The desire to observe them must come from within and must be genuine; only thus can one's character be formed.