Dress Code

Our clothes should be comfortable for learning and bring glory to God. 

Jeans, shorts, and skirts are allowed but should be no more than 6 inches above the knee.

T-shirts, plain colored or with Christian messages or pictures are allowed.  No tank-tops, spaghetti strap shirts, or see-through shirts.  (If your shirt is see-through, the under-shirt must also follow the rules—like the rule about no tank-tops.) 

Wear good, sturdy shoes, boots, sandals, etc.  No flip-flops or really high heels are allowed.

Remove hats in the school building.  Boys should not have long hair.  No piercings are allowed except girls’ earrings.   No unusual or distracting make-up, clothes, or hair colors are allowed.

If these rules are not followed, you may have to change into a set of clothes from the office and other consequences may follow, such as a note being sent home.

NOTE:  This is a simplified version of school policies, written for the elementary level.  For detailed rules, see the Dialectic and Rhetoric Handbook. 

NOTE:  This is a simplified version of school policies, written for the elementary level.  For detailed rules, see the Dialectic and Rhetoric Handbook.