On Spirit Day students may wear a CCA shirt or CCA t-shirt with solid color pants or jeans. Pants and jeans cannot be frayed, have holes anywhere in them, or be over-sized. Girls may wear solid colored capri pants (length below the knee). Students may also wear any approved CCA school uniform shorts. Boots and flip-flops/sandals are NOT permitted.
Lower School students may wear CCA P.E. shorts, which can be purchased through the Athletic Department.
Student Government is sponsoring a Break the Dress Code Day. It’s National Hat Day and the cost is 2.00! Proceeds will benefit CCA athletic teams.
Wear your favorite cap, hat, sombrero, beanie, fedora, or even your best Stetson with jeans or solid colored pants...NO shorts, skirts, or dresses, please!
Please remember -
No leggings, onesies, yoga pants, or sweat/track pants.
Ladies, make sure your jeans are not too tight and shirts are not cut too low; no sheer tops, off-the shoulder, cold-shoulder, or tank-style tops.
No holes in or frayed jeans.
Boots may be worn (with no more than a 2-inch heel). Sandals with backs are permitted.
No flip-flops, please.
No tank tops.
Contact the Upper School Office if you have questions about the dress code attire.
Learning to take time to really pray to God and not just for or about the things and people in our lives, can change the way we see and experience daily life. When we focus and rely more on who God is, we are far less moved by the struggles and worries of this world. Let’s spend more time adoring God for who He is…He is Immutable.
Parents in Prayer would like to pray for you personally. Please send any requests for prayer to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be honored to join you in prayer.
Author Extravaganza will be held from noon-4 pm, with author visits to each elementary classroom and a very special guest for not only lower school students, but also middle school students. Our guest speaker will be Jenny Cote, Award-winning Christian author of the book series “The Amazing Tales of Max and Liz”. How exactly does one become an author anyway? Are you born with a pen in your hand, or does it take a little more than that? Jenny shares her amazing journey to become an author and the process required to make it work as a full-time profession in the crazy world of publishing.