At The Master’s Class we believe neatness and modesty are all important to God. Following are the reasons why we have a Uniform Policy:
- School uniforms keep students focused on their education, not their clothes.
- School uniforms create a level playing field among peer pressure and bullying.
- Wearing uniforms enhances school pride, unity, and community spirit.
- School uniforms may improve attendance and discipline.
- School uniforms make getting ready for school easier, which can improve punctuality.
- A Uniform Policy saves valuable class time because it is easier to enforce than a standard dress code.
- School uniforms can save parents money.
We believe students may express their individuality in school uniforms by introducing variations and adding accessories.
Uniforms may be purchased from French Toast using school source code (QS5MPCC). Once you enter The Master’s Class online store, a blue (or grey) box will appear with the Crusader logo at the top. It will say “Dress Code Information.” If you do not see the blue (grey) box and school logo at the top of the page, with our school name and address, you have exited The Master’s Class store containing our approved dress code items.
Mandatory uniform items are required to ensure students are dressed in the exact same uniform for performances, pictures, and other special events. You are free to purchase other approved items from the school store. Only items purchased from French Toast are approved. Please purchase enough items for your child to dress in uniform four days a week. Fridays are designated as SPIRIT WEAR DAY. Students will be permitted to wear blue jeans, tennis shoes, and any shirt (sweatshirt, etc.) that has our logo on it.
Mandatory uniform items include:
- Khaki pant (boys)
- Khaki skirt (girls)
- White long sleeve oxford shirt
- V-neck sweater vest (with school logo)
- Black solid shoes (may be purchased wherever you like)
Mandatory uniform items (required by November 1):
- Navy Sweater (with school logo)
- Navy School/dress blazer (with school logo)
Uniform Policy Disciplinary Action
- Text or phone parent to discuss any challenges they may be having
- Written Warning
- Parent Meeting to develop a plan of action
- Saturday School