Examples of high school classroom rules include coming to class on time and with all supplies needed, listening and doing what the teacher asks, not using electronics during class or being disruptive to other students and not cheating or swearing. Such rules are designed to create an orderly classroom environment in which students can learn and are respectful to each other and the teacher.
Some other classroom rules may include not leaving the classroom without permission, making sure to submit work on time, not eating in class, as well as working hard on assignments and paying attention to what is being taught. When creating classroom rules, high school teachers should teach them during the first week of class in multiple ways, such as on paper and verbally. This helps to reinforce the rules so that they become ingrained habits, rather than something the student has to try to remember to do.