Students are to conduct themselves as Christians at all times. Parents, the church, and the school play a key role in shaping students into the expressed image of our Lord and Savior. Developing a student's self-discipline is a legitimate and constructive goal of Christian education. The Bible provides the philosophy for maintaining just and reasonable goals for the conduct and discipine of students. All students have the right to learn and no student has the right to disrupt the learning activities of others. The Student Code of Conduct outlines expected Christ-like student behavior and those that interfere with or endanger the school's ability to provide a Christian learning environment characterized by safety, reverence, respect, grace and love.
The school's Student Code of Conduct provides examples of expected behaviors, definitions of behavioral infractions including its severity (Level I, II, or III), and possible corrective strategies. Some definitions include examples. Examples are not intended to be exhaustive lists; that is, the behaviors covered by the definitions include, but are not limited to, the examples given. Persistent violations (four offenses either all Level I or in combination with Level II) of the Student Code of Conduct are considered incorrigible conduct. Prompt and effective corrective actions will be taken to address these behaviors.
[Please see the Student Code of Conduct which you may download for your convenience.]