The dress and personal appearance of students shall conform to a standard that is consistent with our purpose, which is to make Christ and Christian principles the dominant influence in the student's lives. The administration, as designated representatives of the Board of Directors, shall be the sole determiners as to what shall be considered appropriate dress. A list of what is considered appropriate and inappropriate dress follows. As a condition of admission, both students and parents must agree to abide by the Academy's decision in such matters. The dress code applies to all students in grades three through twelve.
All clothing should fit so as to conform to principles of modesty (I Tim. 2:9).
Students must abide by the school dress code in order to remain on campus or in attendance at school functions. The dress code extends to school hours and to all school sponsored events.
Any student who fails to dress appropriately will not be allowed to attend class until proper clothing can be secured. If necessary, parents will be called to bring clothes to school. Until proper clothing can be secured, the student will be isolated and will be responsible for all class work missed. Nonconformity to the dress code is a Class I offense.
Students must abide by the school dress code in order to remain on campus or in attendance at school functions. Any student who violates the dress code three (3) times in a semester must wear a uniform consisting of khaki or navy slacks (no jeans) and solid white or light colored collared shirt for the remainder of the semester.