Lockers will be assigned to a student once the student’s school fees (includes program and activity fees) have been paid. School fees include the rental of a hall locker, a physical education tote box, as well as a specific program locker, if required. School combination locks will be provided for students. Please ensure that you keep your combination private.

The school will not accept responsibility for lost, damaged, or stolen items from Physical Education tote boxes, lockers, or any other areas within the school. Lockers can only be locked with combination locks provided by the school. All other locks will be removed and the student will be required to replace the destroyed lock with a school combination lock at the student’s expense.

Lockers are school property and are subject to periodic inspections. Students are responsible for the care and upkeep of their lockers.  Please see the Business Office in the E wing for lockers.

Gym Lockers

Students will be charged $10 if their locker or gym locker is not cleaned out at the end of the year.


The use of personal locks on school lockers is not permitted. There is a $7.00 fee to replace lost, forgotten, misplaced, broken or stolen locks.

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