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Student Dress Code

The Concord Christian School dress code sets standards for student dress that enhance the atmosphere of the school and reflect biblical standards of modesty and appropriateness. The dress code boundaries are also designed to promote the safety, security, protection, and the moral wellbeing of the students and staff. This written dress code is to provide guidance to parents and students on the proper attire for our students.
Student attire needs to be conservative, modest, neat, and appropriate; also it should not be a distraction, express an ungodly lifestyle, nor tempt others to stumble. Parents and students have the primary responsibility to understand and adhere to the dress code. Clothing must fit properly – not too small and not too large. A student should not be dressed in such a way as to draw attention to his/ her body, but to respect and honor God, themselves, and others.  Monday through Thursday our students are required to wear a collared polo embroidered with our school logo (purchased from approved vendors). Fridays, students may wear Concord spirit wear.

Uniforms improve the classroom learning environment; build community and increase school safety.

  • A more productive learning environment - Uniforms/dress codes reduce distractions, allowing students to focus more on their academics and less on the competition and peer pressure associated with keeping up with the latest fashion trends.
  • A greater sense of community - Think of a sports team and the sense of pride instilled as a result of wearing a team uniform. The same holds true for the school community where a dress code can also foster a greater sense of ownership and belonging.
  • Increased school safety - When students are dressed uniformly, it is easier to identify non-students and strangers, better equipping the school staff to handle questionable situations accordingly.

All CCS logo and spirit items must be purchased from:

The use of Concord's logos requires prior approval.  Please ask for the logo use policy for additional information.

Non-Compliance - Any student not attired in accordance with the policy shall be subject to the consequences which are outlined in the Student-Parent Handbook.