Letter of Apology to Teacher

An Apology Letter to a teacher written by a student whose behavior was inappropriate. Not many people apologize but writing an Apology Letter may be an easier thing to do and actually a better way to show how sorry you really are.

Start the apology letter writing about what actually happened which is causing you to apologize. Then express your regrets and that you feel remorse for what you did. Ask that they accept your apologies. Finally write about the respect you have for the recipient of your letter and how much you value your relationship.

Dear {Mr./Ms. Last Name}

I am very sorry for what I {said, did, etc…} the other day. In hindsight, my {behavior, actions, etc…} were extremely childish, disruptive and disrespectful to you, my peers and the school.

You can expect better and more appropriate behavior from me in the future. I have learned from this experience and understand that a certain level of refrain and professionalism is expected of me in the classroom.

I recognize your dedication to education and your commitment to instill in me the knowledge I need to succeed. I hope our relationship is undamaged from my actions and that I can continue to learn and grow under your guidance.

Sincerely,
{Student}

Posted in Sample Apology Letters by admin at November 8th, 2012.

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