Child waiting for bus

The appearance and dress of students should positively reflect respect for themselves, for others, for their Savior, and for their school. Student dress and grooming are a reflection of student attitudes towards school and learning. Student dress and appearance should promote a learning atmosphere that is free from distraction while reflecting the importance of the daily task of education. There is a relationship between the neatness of a person and the appearance of academic work. We believe that good grooming and attire enhance the pride students have in themselves and in their school as well as providing a positive witness to our community.


Should a student’s dress or grooming not meet established school standards, the child will be provided clothing that is in compliance with standards or a parent will be contacted at work or home to bring appropriate clothing while the student waits in the school office. A School Dress Code Notice will be sent home to inform parents of the first dress code violation in a quarter. Subsequent dress code violations in a quarter will result in disciplinary action.

MONDAY - TUESDAY - THURSDAY - FRIDAY

Tops – Solid-Colored

  • Collared Polo –Solid White, Red, Navy or Light Blue – fitted, clean, neither tattered nor torn
  • Button Down Collared Shirt – Solid White, Red, Navy or Light Blue – fitted, clean, neither tattered nor torn

Bottoms – Solid-Colored

  • Girls: Khaki/Navy – Shorts, Pants, Skirts, Skorts, Jumpers – fitted, clean, neither tattered nor torn
    • Shorts, skirts, skorts, jumpers are to extend to finger tips when arms are against sides.
    • Pants and shorts must be worn at the waist with a brown or black belt in grades 1-8
  • Boys: Khaki/Navy – Pants or Shorts – fitted, clean, neither tattered or torn
    • Shorts are to extend to finger tips when arms are against sides.
    • Pants and shorts must be worn at the waist with a brown or black belt in grades 1-8

Outerwear in Classrooms

The only clothing that may be worn over a polo or button-down collared shirt within classrooms is a solid white, red, or navy sweatshirt, fleece jacket, or cardigan that has a Calvary logo, no logo or advertising, or a simple logo not to exceed 2” x 2” without further imagery or advertising.

WEDNESDAY - DESIGNATED DAYS - DESIGNATED FIELD TRIPS

Boys

Girls

Child waiting for bus

SPECIAL NOTES

Tops

  • Must fully cover the shoulder and have short or long sleeves
  • Tops that fall below the fingertips, have tails, or do not have a flat bottom hem are to be tucked
  • Midriff and back may not be exposed
  • Tops are to have a modest neckline and be modestly fastened
  • No straps or undergarments are to be visible.

Bottoms

  • Pants, shorts, skirts, and skorts must be properly fitted and worn at the waist.
  • Shorts and pants are to be properly hemmed or cuffed.
  • Cut-offs and boxer shorts are not permitted.
  • Clothing is not to be excessively large, worn, or longer than the heel.
  • Tight-fitting shorts or pants are not permitted.
  • Leggings or yoga style pants are not permitted.
  • Jeans are not permitted.
  • Drawstring pants, and pull on pants are not permitted in grades 1-8.

Shoes & Socks

  • Students are to wear shoes that fully enclose and protect the toes and heel.
  • Socks, knee-socks, or tights are required – navy, black or white are suggested.
  • Sandals, backless shoes, and “wheelies” of any type are not permitted.

Hair

  • Hair must be neat, clean, well-groomed, and kept out of eyes
  • No extreme cuts, sculpted designs, or unnatural hair color will be allowed
  • Boys’ hair must be above the eyebrows, above the middle of the ears, and above the top of shirt collar
  • Facial hair is not permitted

Other

  • No images, advertising, or words on tops or bottoms of clothing – manufacturers’ logos are not to exceed 2”x 2”.
  • No tattoos, decals, pencil, or pen markings on the body are permitted.
  • Chains and pocket chains are not allowed.
  • Sunglasses, head coverings, caps, and hats may only be worn outdoors.
  • Earrings or piercings for boys are not permitted.
  • Body piercing other than earrings for girls are not permitted.
  • Grade 7-8 girls may wear make-up if it is applied at home under approval of parents and used in moderation so that it does not cause a distraction.