Dress Code
Tracy SDA Christian School does not require a uniform. However, students are expected to dress in harmony with the basic principles of Christian health, modesty, and appropriateness.
The following guidelines should be followed by all students during school sponsored activities, on and off campus:
  • Clothing should not be torn, ragged, or inappropriately patched. Clothing should be free of pictures or slogans.
  • All shirts/tops must have collars. (See #1 above as to content)
  • Leggings must be worn with a top that covers at least to the thumbnail.
  • Tank tops or undershirts are inappropriate as outer wear.
  • Clothing should be modest in style with appropriate necklines (front and back) and arm openings. Shoulders and midriffs should be covered.
  • Skirts and dresses should be of a modest length and style when both standing and sitting. The length of skirt slits and buttoned openings must be considered when planning the school wardrobe. For purposes of enforcement, a skirt should not go above the kneecap when standing.
  • Shorts that come to the area of the knees may be worn to school. No cut-offs or tattered shorts will be allowed.
  • No hoods will be allowed to be worn in the classroom. This includes hoods from jackets, sweaters, sweatshirts and other “hoodies.” This also applies to hats, caps, etc.
  • Cosmetics are acceptable only if they look natural and are in good taste. Fingernail polish should be of a natural or clear color. Girls wearing cosmetics that draw attention to their appearance will be asked to remove them.
  • Bracelets, rings, necklaces, earrings or any other type of jewelry is NOT to be worn.
  • Shoes are to be worn at all times. Flip flops and open-toed shoes are considered unsafe and should not be worn to school.
  • Hair must be neat, clean, combed, and appropriately styled.

Adherence to the dress code is expected of all students at all times. Parents will be notified if a child is not dressed appropriately.  If a student needs to be reminded repeatedly about his or her dress, it will be assumed that he or she is not committed to the program and may be asked to withdraw from the school.


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  • Individualized instruction
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  • Educational field trips
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