Behavior Apology Letter

By | May 22, 2014


Jennifer Winget


St. Teresa High School

131B, Rose Valley Apartments

Park Road, Houston


Date: 22.03.2014

Sub: Apology for misbehavior in class

Respected Madam,

I am really very sorry for the unethical behavior I just did in your class. I still cannot decipher what went through my mind then that I became so rude with my classmate, so much so that I ended up beating her. I am extremely sorry and more so, ashamed of myself, for having behaved in such an unscrupulous manner.

Madam, I am being very honest when I say that all I did was at the spur of the moment and I truly apologize for the same. You have known me as a student of your school for the last seven years and I am sure you have always loved and guided me for being the type of girl I am. I have never ever been this violent or misbehaved with anybody in school or outside. I do not want to explain my behavior and make it look any less unpleasant, but I would definitely like to bring to your notice the reason that spurred me to behave so. I understand Frieda is a new girl in this school and had no clue of the personal problems I went through as a child, and she had totally unintentionally cracked a simple joke that somehow reminded me of the incident. Her words somehow hurt me and I attacked her badly. I apologize to you for this offensive incident that happened on my part.

Please forgive me for this one last time. I am really sorry for my behavior and apologize from the core of my heart.

Yours sincerely,

Annie Brown

Class VI-A