Academic honesty is defined as:
- The production of authentic work (i.e. based on one’s own ideas).
- Respect for intellectual property.
- Giving full credit to all sources used.
- An understanding of the differences between collaboration and collusion.
- Proper conduct in relation to all assessments.
A full description of academic honesty including responsibility for students, teachers, MS SELT, and parents is provided in detail in the MS Handbook for Students and Parents.