Basic Standards of Integrity

Registration in Sonship School of the Firstborn requires adherence to the School’s standards of integrity. These standards are intuitively understood and cannot in any case be listed exhaustively.
However, the following examples represent some basic types of unacceptable behavior:
  • Cheating: using unauthorized notes, aids, or information when taking an examination; submitting work done by someone else as your own; copying or paraphrasing someone else’s projects, or other work, and submitting it as your own.
  • Plagiarism: submitting someone else’s work and claiming it as your own or neglecting to give appropriate documentation when using any kind of reference materials.
  • Fabrication: lying, falsifying or inventing any information, data, or citation.
Code of Conduct
Sonship School of the Firstborn is a biblically based discipleship program aiming to equip men and women to fulfill God’s will for their lives.
While Sonship School of the Firstborn reaches many people from all over the world and from different ethnic groups, all students are expected to conduct their lives in a manner consistent with biblical teachings about right living and moral conduct. (Examples of such principles are found in Romans 12:9-21; Galatians 5:22-26; Ephesians 4:25-32)