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Dress Code

  1. Balanced
     
  2. Applicable to K-12
     
  3. Simple to Understand
     
  4. In harmony with Scripture
     
  5. Can be enforced
  1. Modest: Attire should not inappropriately accentuate the body, including length of shorts/skirts, tight fitting shirts and blouses, or showing undergarments (1 Timothy 2:9; 1 Corinthians 10:31)
     
  2. God-Honoring: Attire should not promote images, labels, or philosophies that are in conflict with God's Word (1 Corinthians 10:31)
     
  3. Neat: Attire should be clean, matching (no radical colors/patterns), safe, and in good repair (1 Corinthians 6:19)
  1. No hats or head covering of any kind (except those for documented religious purposes).
     
  2. Extreme hair colors, cuts, or styles are not allowed.  Hair should be cut off the ears, collars, and above the eyes.  No facial hair allowed. 
     
  3. No body piercing jewelry or tattoos of any kind.
     
  4. Every outfit needs to include a collared shirt (properly buttoned) or turtleneck/mock turtleneck.
     
  5. Pants or shorts must be Docker-style or corduroy material; Denim material allowed for K-6 only.
     
  6. Shoes or sandals are allowed; K-6 sandals must have straps around the back of the heel for safety (no "heelys" or other "extreme" shoes). 
  1. No hats or head covering of any kind (except those for documented religious purposes).
     
  2. Extreme hair colors, cuts, or styles are not allowed.
     
  3. No body piercing jewelry other than a maximum of two piercings in each ear; No tattoos of any kind
     
  4. Every outfit needs to include a collared shirt (properly buttoned) or turtleneck/mock turtleneck.
     
  5. Pants or shorts/skirts must be Docker-style or corduroy material, loose-fitting, and not shorter than the top of the knee (including slits in skirts); Denim material allowed for K-6 only.
     
  6. Shoes or sandals are allowed; K-6 sandals must have straps around the back of the heel for safety (no "heelys" or other "extreme" shoes). 

 

The administration reserves the right to interpret all dress code policies and make final decisions regarding the appropriateness of student attire.  Attempts to wear clothing that are considered extreme fashions/colors or distractions to the educational process will not be permitted.  The ultimate goal of this policy is to create a school atmosphere that both honors the Lord and provides an excellent platform for learning.