List of Contraband for JMC Students
- Weapons of violence; gun, knife, etc
- No boots or hats or other casual gear should be worn in the school
- Extra social wear outfits, sneakers, shoes with logo or brand names, slippers, face caps, hats, coloured T-shirts and jewellery are forbidden and will be confiscated without warnings.
- Cassette and CD players, torch lights or reading lamps,slippers, face caps, hats, coloured T-shirts and jewellery are forbidden and will be confiscated without warnings
- Cell Phones, Electronic Organizers, Game boys, PSP and other electronic toys are not allowed.
- All students are expected to maintain a short haircut. The school day is very full and we have found that the girls have no time to plait hair)
Other Contraband Items
- Anything that is edible.
- Pocket money (naira, foreign currency, etc).
- Jewelry, bangles, hand bands or item of fashion.
- Perfumes, Belts with large or overly stylized buckles.
- Mobile phone, Camera, video games.
- Any unauthorized extra clothing, BE IT a social wear or JMC uniform.
- Any indecent or age-inappropriate book/literature.
- Non-school sandals.
- Any item that is not in the student check-list (unless authorized).
- Any Top with ‘spaghetti straps’ or any other mono-strap top.
- Any top that exposes the armpits.
- Top with plunging/dropping v-neck.
- Sleeveless top without wide straps.
- Any skirt that is above knee-level.
- Clothing of a transparent nature.
- Any other item of clothing that the Principal considers indecent.
- Any of the above items found on a student will be confiscated.
Confiscated contraband will neither be returned to student nor to parent; unreturned Confiscated items will be recorded and given to the poor. All Non-contraband items meant for students (after resumption) must be sent through the Principal’s office.