(Copy of dress code in FCES_student_handbook)
Foothills’ intent is to achieve a reasonable and appropriate manner of dress for all. Parent support in this effort is appreciated.
Foothills does not require students to wear uniforms, instead all students must adhere to the following code. A student’s manner of dress or general appearance should demonstrate respect and not interfere with or disrupt the orderly operation of the classroom or school.
The dress code at Foothills is basic; nothing immoral & everything modest.
In addition, students may not have nor display any permanent body art (tattoos). NO saying or pictures on clothing or accessories that are:
- Demonic in nature or against Christianity, a poor example to others, articles that involve emblems pertaining to gangs, drugs, tobacco, alcohol, sex, death, skulls, mutilation, or violence, groups or bands that depict any of the above. Strapless shirts, midriff shirts, halter tops, tube tops, and tops with spaghetti straps may not be worn. Any exposed cleavage, undergarments or stomach is not acceptable.
* Foothills Christian School requires a one-piece bathing suit to be worn at any school function with such attire. A tankini or “board shorts and a tee-shirt” are not an acceptable substitute.
SAGGING PANTS OR SHORTS are not acceptable; pants must fit at the waist.
SKIRTS OR DRESSES need to be no shorter than 4 “above the knee.
SHORTS can be worn at finger tip length or longer.
ACCESSORIES no jewelry requiring body piercing in areas other than the earlobe. No studded jewelry of any kind including studded wrist or ankle bands, rings, necklaces, gloves, and belts. No chains on/hanging from their person or having them in their possession, including wallets.
SHOES must be worn at all times on campus. Flip Flops are acceptable for all grades with the exception of Kindergarten. Athletic shoes must be worn during Physical Education classes as well. HATS are not allowed to be worn in the classroom.