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When Mira Costa students get caught cheating and receive a punishment from their respective vice principal, they have the option to take their case to Honor Court. Honor court is made up of two representatives from each grade, and court members go through a hearing of each case brought to them. The current application to be a member of the court includes an online questionnaire. Through discussing the ethics violation and referring to Mira Costa’s ethics policy, the court is then able to decide whether the student received a fair punishment in the first place. Although the court thoroughly reviews the instance, the VP has the ultimate say on which punishment that student will receive. The court has yet to meet since its creation, however it hopes to give students an option to voice their opinion throughout the school year.

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