The CrossPointe Preparatory dress code is intended to reflect the school’s stated aims to honor God and disciple students while also addressing safety concerns. It is designed to encourage modesty, decency, and propriety and to de-emphasize the use of clothing as a significant means of or gaining attention or social status (Matt. 6:28-34; 1 Cor. 9:19-23; 1 Peter 3:2-4; 1 Tim. 2:9, 10; James 2:1-5).
The administrator, or one designated to act in his stead, retains the authority to determine the appropriateness of a given student’s attire or hairstyle, and may remove from the campus or otherwise discipline any student deemed to be inappropriately dressed. The administration also reserves the right to grant a limited variance to these regulations for special purposes. All elements of the dress code are in force (and may be enforced) on the school’s campus from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on school days. During these times, students must be dressed in proper school attire.
If you personally disagree with certain specifics of the dress code, feel free to communicate your suggestions to the school in writing. We humbly ask that you defer to the present practice and speak respectfully of these matters in your home. We ask this for the sake of the Biblical principles they represent and for the peace and order of the learning environment.
CrossPointe Preparatory has partnered with Lands’ End to provide upper body wear and additional clothing options for the school. Please refer to the dress code section of the school website for the appropriate link. All clothing, including that purchased from Lands’ End, must still meet the guidelines for length and modesty.
Enforcement: CrossPointe Preparatory staff expects all students to comply with the dress code. Should a student be in violation, the parent will be contacted to rectify the situation. The student will not be allowed in class until he or she meets the standards set forth. Class time missed to comply with the dress code will not be excused. Repeated offences will result in a $50 fine per offence.
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