CCS’s dress code is intended to help our students dress modestly, according to traditional Christian standards. All students, parents and teachers must fully accept the dress code and must cooperate to maintain and enforce it. The administration has tried to be as specific as possible. However, if you are in doubt about the appropriateness of a particular style of clothing, please contact the school office before sending your child to school.
1. All clothing should be neat, clean and in good repair. No holes or cuts in clothing.
controlled substances, or gang lettering.
Excessive make up and extreme hairstyles are not to be worn to class or school activities.
Throughout the school year, CCS has designated special days for theme related apparel or dress-up days. Please see school calendar for specific days and themes. Field Trip Dress Code For field trips students are required to wear their CCS T-shirts. These may be purchased in the school office.
Students in Kindergarten – Fifth grade should wear clothing conducive of running, bending, jumping and playing. We recommend loose fitting, comfortable clothing to be worn on P.E. days. Students in the Sixth - Eighth grade are required to wear the Cornerstone P.E. Uniform. This uniform may be purchased in the school office. The uniform consists of CCS T-shirt and shorts. Parents may choose to purchase black P.E. sweat pants separately. During cold weather months, student may choose to wear black body amor underneath the P.E. T-shirt.
All Students are required to wear lace-up tennis shoes for P.E.
• Tennis shoes. All tennis shoes must have shoelaces that are conservative and tied at all times. Shoes with skate wheels are not permitted.
• Sandals (must have back strap)
• Girls may wear Mary Janes (Upper elementary girls may wear a dress shoe with a conservative heel) Hair Styles / Make-up Excessive make up and extreme hairstyles are not to be worn to classes or school activities. Hair is to be neatly trimmed. Coloring or bleaching of the hair is not acceptable. No hair color of unnatural color.
• All jewelry must be conservative.
• Excessive jewelry may not be worn to school or school activities. Jewelry should not distract or hinder learning in any way.
• Piercing of body parts other than pierced ears (Girls only) is not acceptable. No dangling or hoop earrings.
• Guaging of ears is prohibited.
• No tattoos (permanent or temporary)