Bullying of students or employees is an extremely serious violation of the Student Code of Conduct and can also be a violation of criminal law. Classical Preparatory School will not tolerate unlawful bullying and harassment, including sex-based harassment, in school, on campus, at school-related or school-sponsored events, or through the use of technology or any electronic communication. The physical location or time of access of a computer-related incident cannot be raised as a defense in any disciplinary action initiated pursuant to this policy.
What is bullying? Bullying is systematically and chronically inflicting physical hurt or psychological distress on one or more learners or employees and may involve but is not limited to teasing; social exclusion; threat; intimidation; stalking, including cyberstalking; physical violence; theft; sexual, religious, or racial harassment; public humiliation; and destruction of property. An easy way to remember this definition is: Repetitive, Intentional, and an imbalance of Power. For more information about bullying, click here.
You may complete this form to file a bullying report. It will assist us in investigating your concern if you provide your contact information, but including it is optional. You may submit this form anonymously or choose to hide your contact information. Please be aware that if you do not share a phone number and/or email address, we cannot contact you with questions or follow-up information.
Thank you! By working together, we can keep all students safe.
Bullying Complaint Report Form
DISCLAIMER – Information from this form will be treated confidentially. We will only share this information with appropriate school personnel and law enforcement (if applicable.)
This site will be monitored during regular business hours Monday – Friday from 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (excluding holidays, weekends, and non-school days for students).
If you believe this incident is an emergency or could cause immediate harm to yourself or others and needs immediate attention, please call 911.