Someone who is honest is credible, commendable, and honorable.
They will not lie, cheat, or steal.
We don't do that We don't do that  That's what we do That's what makes us
Lying Excuse-making, "just joking." Telling the complete truth Telling what you know about
  not telling the whole truth/ when asked a situation before
  withholding information or the truth   being asked
Stealing Taking something as a joke or  Getting permission before Returning something, saying
  without permission borrowing something and thanks, and if possible, in better
  returning it shape than when borrowed
Cheating Telling students answers or letting Doing your own work Helping others learn
  them look at your paper   without just giving them
      the answer
Plagiarism Not citing sources in research Citing sources Citing sources accurately
  (plagiarism)   and completely
Non-participation Not doing your part Doing only your part for a Doing what is expected and 
in a group project on a group project group project on time helping others in the group 
      who are struggling
"Honesty is not always popular, but  it is always right." Oscar Arias
"It is better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for what you  are not."  Andre Gide
"Anyone who makes a mistake and doesn't admit it is making another mistake."  Confucius
"He who permits himself to tell a lie once finds it much easier to do it a second and third time, till eventually it becomes a habit."    T. Jefferson