Dress Code

This uniform dress code is not all-inclusive. Any situation not specifically covered herein will be resolved by the administration in accordance with the general intent and purpose of the code. Any and all attire is up to the discretion of the administration.

DRESS CODE                                                       (UPDATED 2018/19 School Year)

This uniform dress code is not all-inclusive. Any situation not specifically covered herein will be resolved by the administration in accordance with the general intent and purpose of the code. Any and all attire is up to the discretion of the administration.

 

STUDENTS:        K – 12th Grades (Modesty is a Must!)

BOTTOMS:     

  • No White bottoms.
  • NO SWEATPANTS, “JOGGERS”, ATHLETIC PANTS
  • Solid Colors Only.
  • Pants: cargo shorts, walking shorts, or capris are acceptable.
  • Jeans are ALLOWED without holes, tears, patches, or frayed edges.

      

        • K – 5th Grade GIRLS: 
        • Uniform-style jumpers with a sleeved, collared shirt underneath and a dress are allowed.
        • Leggings worn below the knee are required when wearing a jumper, dress, or skort.
        • 6th – 12th Grade GIRLS: 
        • NO dresses allowed.
        • Skirts may be worn so long as leggings, below the knee are worn.

 

  • Leggings / yoga pants can be worn so long as they are worn with a sleeved collared top or skirt that extends to mid-thigh (front and back).

 

TOPS:             

  • Shirts with sleeves and collars are required.
    • Definition: Pullover, polo or buttoned down sleeved, collared shirt.
      • If a SOLID color or CCS t-shirt is worn under a sleeved, collared shirt the shirt may be unbuttoned.
      • No sleeveless shirts or tank tops.
      • Logos must be modest/non-offensive (no skulls, weapons, terms or other offensive imagery. Placement of logo must be modest as well.)
      • Camisoles/tank tops under a top must be solid color.

 

SHOES:          

  • All elementary students are required to wear closed toe shoes each day.
  • Sandals, flip flops, etc. are NOT ALLOWED for elementary students.
  • No bedroom slippers for any student K-12.
  • Secondary Students MUST HAVE CLOSED TOE SHOES FOR PE.

HAIR:              

  • Hair should be clean and shall not be in your face.
  • Hair must be to the side or cut above your eyes. Avoid extreme or questionable hairstyles.
  • Hair must be of natural colors and may not be dyed: no greens, blues, pinks, purples, etc.
  • Hair must be same shade of color and only slight highlights of a natural color are acceptable.

CHAPEL:

  • Preferred dress is nice, professional and/or neat. At minimum, regular school dress code is expected, however a dress shirt and tie is always appreciated.

 

TIES:             

  • BOYS: Have fun with your tie selection; no skulls, no offensive pictures or wording.  Ties can be worn anytime with a buttoned-up shirt

 

OUTERWEAR:         (Jackets, sweaters, sweatshirts)

      • Logos must be modest/non-offensive (no skulls, weapons, terms or other offensive imagery)
  • CCS SCHOOL ASSOCIATED APPAREL IS ALWAYS PERMITTED

 

ATHLETES & PERFORMING ARTS STUDENTS:

  • Athletes may wear prescribed bottoms with sports jersey or team

shirt on day of a game.

  • Performing Arts students may wear prescribed bottoms with production shirts two weeks prior to production, the day of production and one week after production dates.

 

FREE DRESS MONDAYS: 

  • NO SWEATPANTS, “JOGGERS”, ATHLETIC PANTS
  • Students may not wear any clothing with rips or tears even if there is clothing underneath the rip or tear.
  • MODESTY IS A MUST.

 

SPIRIT DAY FRIDAYS:

  • CCS and college spirit wear and is allowed on Fridays.

 

ALL STUDENTS/ALL TIMES:

  • NO HATS ALLOWED IN THE BUILDING(S).
  • All hooded attire must be off your head while in the building(s).
  • No tank or sleeveless tops.
  • No bandanas for male or female students.
  • Boys may not wear nail polish.
  • Safety pins may not be used as decoration on clothing.

 

  • No pajamas or bedroom slippers at any time unless prescribed on a

specific themed day.

  • No chains, choke chains, studs or spikes may be worn.
  • Jewelry can be worn in moderation. No inappropriate wording on bracelets or other

jewelry.

  • No sweatpants, “joggers”, athletic pants
  • No part of undergarments should be visible.
  • No slits or tears in clothing either real or fabricated.
  • No skulls, cross-bones or offensive wording/pictures.

PIERCINGS:

  • Gauging is NOT ALLOWED.
  • No lip rings, nose rings or tongue piercing allowed.
  • Students with additional body piercings may not wear clear plugs/objects in the hole to prevent closing.
  • Boys: Earrings or any type of jewelry worn in a piercing is not allowed.
    • Girls: Any type of jewelry worn in a piercing is not allowed, except for earrings in the ear

Athletics & Performing Arts Students

  • Athletes may wear prescribed bottoms with sports jersey or team shirt on day of a game.
  • Performing Arts students may wear prescribed bottoms with production shirts two weeks prior to production, the days of production and one week after production dates.