We expect our visitors to be open towards others, regardless of their origin, gender, sexual orientation, religion and age. We reserve the right to remove visitors from our club who do not abide by these rules and show aggressive, homophobic, transphobic, sexist, racist or ableist behaviour.
Sexual harassment is not tolerated at our club. If you experience or witness any form of harassment, please report it to our staff on duty. Our employees are instructed to ensure the safety of our visitors.
Visitors must be 21 years or older. When in doubt, identification is required. If you do not have any identification on you, you may be denied entry.
Visitors who are visibly intoxicated will be denied entry.
When entering De School, you agree to be searched upon arrival. If you do not consent to a search, you will be denied entry.
Trafficking and possessing weapons or drugs is prohibited. The person in question will be reported to the police and any weapons or drugs found will be confiscated.
It is strictly forbidden to bring any liquids into the club.
Our building is fitted with camera surveillance for your and our safety.
De School likes to see its visitors in characteristic clothing and considers it important that they feel free to wear whatever they want. However, suits, uniforms or dress shirts are not part of our dress code and can be a basis of refusal at the door.
Large groups, bachelor parties and other disruptive groups will be denied entry (maximum size of four persons as a group).
In order to protect the privacy of our visitors, it is forbidden to take photos in our club. We kindly request our guests not to take any pictures with their mobile phones. SLR cameras and other professional film equipment should be left at the cloakroom.
We would appreciate if you put your phone away when you’re at the dancefloor.
De School is not responsible for items lost in the club or in the cloakroom.
Our visitors should be aware of De School’s musical identity. People may be denied entry to the club when we think this is not the case.
The lighting in our club can be dangerous to people with epilepsy or a history of seizures. De School is no way liable for any harm or distress this may cause.
Please be considerate of our neighbours when leaving De School.