Research has demonstrated that a correlation exists between a student’s dress and his behavior. When a student dresses in a very casual manner, he tends to be more uninhibited in his behavior. Since the intensity of the teaching/learning transaction requires a seriousness of purpose, it is most conducive to learning when a student’s dress reflects the classroom atmosphere.
All students are expected to use good taste and judgment in their choices of dress at all times, avoiding the constant change in fashions and the extremes in accepted dress of today. The administration reserves the right to determine what is acceptable or unacceptable in the matters of dress and appearance. Students and/or parents/guardians will be notified of inappropriate dress or appearance. If the violation is severe enough (as defined by the administration), the parent will be notified to either bring proper clothing or pick the child up from school.
Our overall dress code can be classified as “uniformity in appearance.” The guiding biblical principle is the rule of being modest (I Pet. 2:91-10). It is our desire to train our students to be ladies and gentlemen. Both of these seem to be rapidly disappearing from today’s society, as gender roles are being diminished, and distinctions eroded.
To order uniforms, please contact or visit one of our vendors below
Everyday Image Solutions & Uniforms
411 McDonough Pkwy
McDonough, GA 30253 – Henry County