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Every student--mission ready.  At Calvary Christian Academy we share a vision to raise up Christian leaders, men and women of God, who are prepared to take on the journey He has planned for them.  Wherever that path leads-- college, a career, a family, or the mission field, we desire that each student is equipped and ready to follow the calling on their life—to be mission ready.

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T: 208.365.2485

E: cca@ccemmett.org

W: www.ccaemmett.com

A: 498 W Idaho Blvd, Emmett, ID 83617

Office Hours, Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4p.m.

CCA Uniform and Dress Standards

 

Calvary Christian Academy requires uniforms for all students, K-12.  We believe uniforms benefit our school and students in several ways, including creating a spirit of unity, reflecting a professional and modest standard, and establishing a disciplined learning environment.  In short, a uniform standard helps us focus on what really matters at CCA- the spiritual and academic growth of our students.

 

Uniforms are to be worn on school grounds and while participating in an official capacity at school functions (field trips, athletic events, etc.).  School staff can approve exceptions. All uniforms should be purchased through an approved CCA vendor.

 

  • All students, Monday-Wednesday: CCA polo shirt (purple, grey, black) worn with or without solid color (white, grey, or black) long-sleeve shirt underneath.

  • All students, Monday-Wednesday: CCA hoodie or sweatshirt is optional on cool weather days.

  • All Students, Thursday:  Other CCA logo and spirit wear shirts are allowed.

  • All Students, Every Day:

    • Girls: fitted solid color jeans or denim pants (light blue, white, dark blue, dark navy, deep blue, or black; minimal “bling” on back pockets); fitted solid color flat-front or pleated cotton or cotton-blend twill or chino slacks in khaki, grey, or black; solid color or simple patterned pleated, long, or A-line cotton or cotton-blend twill or chino skirts, skorts, or shorts in khaki, grey, or black that touch top of knee or longer; fitted solid color or simple patterned jean or denim shorts (light blue, white, dark blue, dark navy, deep blue, or black) that touch top of knee

    • Boys: fitted solid color jeans or denim pants (light blue,dark blue, dark navy, deep blue, or black); fitted solid color flat-front or pleated cotton or cotton-blend twill or chino slacks in khaki, grey, or black; solid color flat-front cotton or cotton-blend twill or chino shorts in khaki, grey, or black that touch top of knee; fitted solid color jean or denim shorts (light blue, dark blue, dark navy, deep blue, or black) that touch top of knee.

 

General Dress Guidelines:

  • Students should not seek to draw attention to themselves, rather, they should be known for their character, good and kind nature, positive leadership, and the evidence of the fruit of the Spirit in their life.

  • Students should have a neat, clean, and well-groomed appearance. 

  • Boy’s hair is to be neatly trimmed and may not extend below the collar.

  • No tattoos

  • Hair color, hair accessories, and makeup should be modest and natural. Hair extensions should match natural hair color.

  • Hair styles: BOYS-No ornamental cuts, no bald heads, no shaved designs in hair, no top knots, no bleached or dyed hair, no hair styles with excessive height (spikes, mohawks, etc.), no dreadlocks  GIRLS- No ornamental cuts, no bald or closely shaved heads, no shaved designs in hair, no spikes or mohawks, no dreadlocks. 

  • Only girls may wear pierced jewelry.  Tasteful and modest earrings, no cuffs, no body or facial piercings, gauges, or implants.

  • Clothing should be well fitted without being too tight, revealing, or saggy.

  • Close-toed shoes are required for all K-5th graders unless a specific event allows otherwise.

  • Pocket knives are allowed only for 9-12th and should never be misused or displayed in a questionable manner. There is zero tolerance for misuse of a pocket knife. 

  • No sweat pants, sports pants, sports/gym shorts, leggings, jeggings, etc… except for PE.

  • No hats or ball caps in K-5th.  Allowed in 6-12th per teacher preference.

  • No clothing or personal items brought to school should display anything vulgar, violent, illegal, or contrary to our Christian values.

  • Appropriate gym wear must be worn for physical education classes or athletic practices and should be modest in length and appearance.

  • On chapel day, dress may either be the student’s “Sunday best” and within the school modesty standards as outlined in this dress code or a regular school uniform.  Sunday best is defined as nice jeans or slacks and polo or collared shirt for boys and nice jeans or slacks, dress, or skirts with nice blouse or sweater for girls.