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Uniform Policy

Uniforms are a positive discipline in the school. Trinity Classical Academy emphasizes the value of a disciplined learning environment. Just as dressing up, even wearing uniforms, is a part of the workday for parents, a school uniform is a signal to the child that it’s time for hard work and studious activity. Uniforms prevent problems associated with the subjective interpretation of a dress code policy. Uniforms eliminate any confusion about what is acceptable, modest and appropriate by Trinity Classical Academy’s standards. Uniforms tend to decrease the cost of student clothing. Our uniform vendors provide economical and durable items. Often parents need only purchase two or three sets of uniforms to last throughout the school year and often these same items can be handed down to other students.

Read the following uniform policy to get details on shoes, socks, backpacks, outerwear, etc.

All uniforms can be ordered from Lands End. School code is 900139890.

Updated August 2020

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  • Being overly concerned with clothing and outward appearances is contrary to God's will for us as revealed in Scripture (1 Sam. 16:7; Matt. 6:19-21; James 4:4; 1 John 2:15-17).
  • Pressures felt by students to compete in areas of dress are destructive to the unity of the school and the body of Christ.
  • Everything in our lives, including our clothing, should reflect the order of the Godhead and the order He has created in the world (1 Corinthians 14:40).
  • Clothing should be modest and not draw attention to the individual (1 Timothy 2:9) and should reflect differences in gender (Deuteronomy 22:5).
  • Our students are serving as witnesses and ambassadors both for the Lord Jesus Christ and the school. Student appearance is a reflection of both.

Updated August 2020