Academics - Uniform Policy

One’s personal appearance is an important part of a Christian testimony. The appearance of our students to a large degree determines the image of our school. We expect students enrolled here to cooperate with us in maintaining a good testimony in this area.

The way students dress strongly influences their behavior, self-image, and the effort they exert in school. It is our desire to encourage students in developing an attitude about their appearance, which will show a high degree of self-respect and self-worth while conforming to Biblical principles. As administration and faculty, our desire is to be an extension of the home, and thus, help your children develop a habit of modest dress. The administration will be the final authority on any questions regarding the appearance code guidelines.

Lower School Campus Requirements
Uniform Policy – Lower School Girls (PDF)
Uniform Policy – Lower School Boys (PDF)

Upper School Campus Requirements
Uniform Policy – Upper School Girls (PDF)
Uniform Policy – Upper School Boys (PDF)


What to do with old school uniforms? Used uniforms may be donated to the Lions Den school store during regular store hours. A tax deductible letter is available for all donated uniforms. Items that are compliant with the current dress code will be sold in the annual used uniform sale to benefit the school. Items no longer in compliance with the dress code will be donated to Amigos for Christ, a non-profit organization that ministers to missionaries and impoverished families in rural Nicaraguan communities.