The school’s dress code is designed to:
- promote the decorum and dignity of our academic mission
- promote unity of purpose within the student body
- promote school spirit and
- support biblical principles of modesty and distinction of genders.
Supporting the school and coming to school each day with clothing in compliance with the dress code is a responsibility of both the student and the parent. Dress code violations will be recorded, and repeated violations will result in appropriate disciplinary action.
All garments must comply with GCA Dress Code Guidelines. Garments and shoes must be in good condition without holes or fading. Any student who is out of dress code will not be permitted to attend class until the issue has been resolved. Dress code issues may be resolved by the student changing into spare uniform parts the student may have in his/her backpack, on campus or the administration may have on hand, purchasing a needed item from the GCA store, having a parent bring appropriate clothing to school for the student to change into in order to comply with the dress code, or for the student to return home to change into appropriate dress.