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Posted 9/5/09
i think all school rules are quite strict but no-one follows them anyway, well my school certainly doesn't :)..but yeah it does cause an issue with representing the school blah blah

but japanese school rules do seem more strict
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36 / F / Trinidad and Tobago
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Posted 9/7/09
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23 / F / Thailand
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Posted 9/9/09
School rules aren't strict in Japan...
Like
(For my school)
Do not use others hair bands rather than black
Always wear a Ribbon depending on the school
Hairs are okay but some schools are forward like Have bangs and Short hair
Fold your socks
Take your shoes off when you're on the building

And there's more....

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Posted 9/22/09 , edited 9/22/09
I think it's foolish to assume that all schools have the same rules, regardless of what country they are in.

Let me go over a few of the rules I remember from my high school that I went to from 1997 - 2001. I went to school in North Carolina.
- Your fingertips must touch your shorts / skirt / etc when standing. If you can stand up and with your arms down, touch your legs then it is too short.
- No spaghetti straps. Sleeveless shirt straps must be at least 2 (or was it 3) fingertips width.
- No derogatory images on shirts. No tobacco products, no illegal products, nothing suggestive.
- No unnatural hair colors. (Even though the principal herself had maroon hair. I also signed a petition to let one student go around with a bright red mohawk.)
-No beach wear. No swim shoes, etc. (The area I live in is forest, so this was always so weird to me.)
- No leaving campus, unless you were sick and you had permission or you were a senior and didn't have classes all day.
-No cutoffs. (Some tard of a student called my friend out on it. Even though the cutoffs were down to her knees, the teachers made her go around the rest of the day in her gym shorts that were much shorter. )
-When you had gym you had to wear your uniform. Luckily you only had to have gym in 9th grade, freshman year.
-No midriff showing. There was an exception at prom where we could show an inch or two.

I graduated before students could have cell phones like they do now so I don't think we really had any rules about that. I do remember a few teachers had their own no food and no gum rules.
Strangely enough I developed a talent for chewing gum and eating candy simultaneously without being noticed.

* I still have a desire for blue or purple hair. When I was a teen I wasn't allowed to because of school rules. When I moved out at 17 and went to college I couldn't because I couldn't afford it. Now here at 26 I still can't because I need to get a job and to do so I should look respectful.
Dang it.
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34 / M / Toronto, Canada
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Posted 9/23/09
nothing is wrong with the school rules and kids are not supposed to listen to any device at school
Posted 9/24/09
Those comments are exactly speaking my mind. It's just ridiculous. Maybe it's because I'm not bound to such strict rules in my own country, but I honestly don't see the point of these outrageous rules. I think the person who thought of this needs to get strangled by a phone cord and thrown off a cliff. Poor kids.
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23 / F / Far, far away~ wee~
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Posted 9/25/09
no wonder there's a drama story like GOKUSEN~

HEHEH.. the actors are really cute~
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23 / M / Shah Alam, Selangor
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Posted 9/26/09
the rules are unlike my country (Malaysia)...
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29 / F / Hungary
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Posted 9/30/09
Well, I'm Hungarian and our educational system was quiet similar to that of Japan - miss the good ol' times...

As an elementary school student we were not allowed to chew bubble gum in school, wear anykind of jewelry other than earrings, wear make-up...In summer children who were seen in undecent clothing ( like belly-showing tops ) were scolded in september...At school we had to have a change of shoes ( for the sake of clean corridors and classrooms )...Upper-classlers and the younger students had seperated playgrounds...Students who had bad grades were 'forced' ( it was highly recommended^^U ) to attend after-class tutoring by teachers...
Teachers were god damn strict!! But it kept students to study!! We've respected them!!

And now?
I don't even wanna think of my highschool 'cause I've been closed together with junkies, idiots and who*es...

Ps. : Before one thinks I'm some nerd or so...Bad news, I'm not...I just don't see the point making schools comfortable for students...They can relax and feel secure at home, it's not the job of a school to comfort them...
Posted 10/13/09
Exactly.. ^^
Plus they don't want students to roam around
wearing their uniforms coz they might get caught
into something bad and the school don't
want it's name to be disgraced :]
And they don't want anything bad
happen to the student..

[[kinda fobby] =P
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Posted 10/14/09
rules are meant to be broken anyways
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Posted 10/21/09
Really strict
Posted 10/22/09 , edited 10/22/09
Japan is too uptight if you ask me... Anime highschool is not.
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21 / F / +-+- Baka~desuka?...
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Posted 10/29/09
My friend once gave the school rules from an academy in Japan where our idols go to school in...
It was totally.....once word...Weird!!!
Yup..the rooms of the boys and girls are seperated and than you can not talk to each other except if you have
the same gender..
and you cant even "date"..even outside the schooll or you and your bf/gf will be suspended..yeah..weird right???
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Posted 10/30/09

Elistariel wrote:

I think it's foolish to assume that all schools have the same rules, regardless of what country they are in.

Let me go over a few of the rules I remember from my high school that I went to from 1997 - 2001. I went to school in North Carolina.
- Your fingertips must touch your shorts / skirt / etc when standing. If you can stand up and with your arms down, touch your legs then it is too short.
- No spaghetti straps. Sleeveless shirt straps must be at least 2 (or was it 3) fingertips width.
- No derogatory images on shirts. No tobacco products, no illegal products, nothing suggestive.
- No unnatural hair colors. (Even though the principal herself had maroon hair. I also signed a petition to let one student go around with a bright red mohawk.)
-No beach wear. No swim shoes, etc. (The area I live in is forest, so this was always so weird to me.)
- No leaving campus, unless you were sick and you had permission or you were a senior and didn't have classes all day.
-No cutoffs. (Some tard of a student called my friend out on it. Even though the cutoffs were down to her knees, the teachers made her go around the rest of the day in her gym shorts that were much shorter. )
-When you had gym you had to wear your uniform. Luckily you only had to have gym in 9th grade, freshman year.
-No midriff showing. There was an exception at prom where we could show an inch or two.

I graduated before students could have cell phones like they do now so I don't think we really had any rules about that. I do remember a few teachers had their own no food and no gum rules.
Strangely enough I developed a talent for chewing gum and eating candy simultaneously without being noticed.

* I still have a desire for blue or purple hair. When I was a teen I wasn't allowed to because of school rules. When I moved out at 17 and went to college I couldn't because I couldn't afford it. Now here at 26 I still can't because I need to get a job and to do so I should look respectful.
Dang it.



I agree with what you have to say on this topic.

Even, the hair! lolol.
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