The Judicial Committee
A group of students and teachers who meet daily to discuss and enforce the school rules. School rules are created at school meetings based on a variety of factors: complaints, incidents, suggestions etc.
The judicial committee decides the consequence if a school rule is broken.
Students have true freedom to explore any interest they have, so long as they follow established rules in the school "rule book".
There isn't a traditional method of instruction, only plentiful resources for students to dig into whatever it is they are interested in.
Students graduate when they are able to produce a thesis that is accepted by the community.
Teachers are "staff members" of a Sudbury School. Staff members must have professional experience in education.
Staff members share their personal talents and interests and students may request that they open up a workshop or a class to teach about the topic.
Staff members are a resource for students!