By law, the Principal is charged with the responsibility of providing an educational atmosphere conducive to learning. To accomplish this objective, rules and regulations must be made and enforced. OPHS' rules and regulations are based on Florida Statutes, State Board of Education Policies, the Clay County Code of Conduct and OPHS administrative policies. To enforce these rules and regulations, the Principal has designed Assistant Principals to work with disruptive students in various areas. These administrators are charged with the responsibility of making decisions regarding discipline that will be in the best interest of the individual student and the entire student body. See the Student Handbook for more information on discipline policies and procedures.