Coastline Christian

School Uniform

Our official school uniform supplier is French Toast. 

Please use the link below to purchase your child's uniform from our school uniform website.

https://www.frenchtoast.com/schoolbox/schools/coastline-christian-schools-QS61JWA 

Starting in the 2021-22 school year our new uniform colors and policies will be fully enforced. 

Please see below for uniform requirements and policies, and recent uniform sales.

Students will be sent home for repetitive non compliance to our uniform policies.

Please view non compliance notice here.  For questions, please contact dianacamburn@ccs-rams.org

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School Uniform and Dress Code

Student Uniform Standards

The goals of the student dress code are to...

  1. Create a sense of unity, belonging, and pride among students.

  2. Reduce competition in appearance that commonly is a distraction for today’s students.

  3. Promote a safe educational environment by making students readily identifiable.

  4. Reduce distractions from the teaching/learning process.

  5. Make selection of clothes less of a burden for parents and students.

  6. Reduce inappropriate behavior associated with clothing and appearance.

CCS students are expected at all times on campus to be in compliance with these standards. Students are responsible for purchasing the school’s uniform before the first day of school.

French Toast  

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https://www.frenchtoast.com/schoolbox/schools/coastline-christian-schools-QS61JWA 

                                

Required Uniform

The “required uniform” is the one combination of uniform items to be worn on designated days and to school functions. The students may choose to wear the required uniform for all school days. Except on days when the required uniform is specified, students may wear any combination of optional items allowed for their grade levels. 

 

Elementary Girls

Required Uniform (Grades K-5th)

  • Navy knee-length skirt, jumper, or twill pants

  • Light blue polo shirt with logo

 

Optional Uniform Items

  • White polo shirt with logo

  • Navy sweater, quarter or full zip fleece jacket with logo

  • Navy twill shorts

  • Jacket or pullover with logo

  • 2 in 1 pleated dress with logo

Elementary Boys

Required Uniform (Grades K-5th)

  • Navy twill pants

  • Light blue polo shirt with logo

Optional Uniform Items

  • White polo shirt with logo

  • Sweater vest with logo

  • Navy sweater, quarter or full zip fleece jacket with logo

  • Navy twill shorts

  • Jacket or pullover with logo

 

Middle School Girls

Required Uniform (Middle School)

  • Charcoal grey knee-length skirt or slacks

  • Light blue polo shirt with logo

 

Optional Uniform Items

  • White polo shirt with logo

  • Navy twill pants, knee-length skirt, or twill shorts

  • Navy sweater, quarter or full zip fleece jacket with logo

  • Jacket or pullover with logo

  • Blue or white Oxford shirt with logo

Middle School Boys

Required Uniform (Middle School)

  • Charcoal grey slacks

  • Light blue polo shirt with logo

Optional Uniform Items

  • White polo shirt with logo

  • Navy twill pants or twill shorts

  • Sweater vest with logo

  • Navy sweater, quarter or full zip fleece jacket with logo

  • Jacket or pullover with logo

  • Blue or white Oxford shirt with logo

 

Summary of Uniform Items

The table above presents a summary of the uniform items to be worn by CCS students.  All uniform items are to be purchased from French Toast. Uniforms may not be modified or changed in appearance. They must be maintained in a clean, neat, and intact condition and are to be worn and fitted properly.

                            

Footwear

The goal is that items of clothing are not to be distracting. Please buy shoes that are as plain as possible. Shoes that flash can be a safety issue in the event of a lock down; for everyone’s safety, we cannot allow them.

  • Please find tennis shoes or business casual shoes that are predominantly white, black, brown, grey, or navy blue.

  • Athletic shoes or tennis shoes may have accent colors, provided the shoe itself is predominantly black, white, grey, brown, or navy blue.

  • Shoelaces for both casual and dress shoes should coordinate with shoe color.

  • Light up shoes or shoelaces are not allowed under any circumstances for safety reasons.

  • Sandals, boots, and/or unsafe styles (e.g. open toed, backless, high heels, shoes with wheels) are not allowed unless specifically stated (e.g. sandals may be permitted on some beach outings).

  • Rain boots may be worn on rainy days, but regular shoes are to be brought to change into upon arrival in the classroom.

  • Socks and hosiery

  1. Girls shall wear white socks or solid white, navy, grey, or black tights or leggings with dress code skirts and jumpers.

  2. Boys shall wear dark-color dress socks or white socks. 

       

Casual Dress is to be worn for some field trips, informal meetings, and summer school attire on campus. 

●   Clothing should fit comfortably (not too loose or too tight) and be worn properly

●   During field trips, elementary students (K-5th) must wear field trip t-shirts which are

     complementary. If lost, replacement will be $10. 

●   Collared shirt or colored T-shirt with no large pictures and/or written messages (stripes,

     plaids, and floral patterns are acceptable)

●   Tank tops are not allowed

●   Casual jeans and slacks (no holes or frayed ends)

●   Casual shoes or tennis shoes

●   Jeggings, shorts, or athletic wear are not permitted on Casual Dress Day

●   Leggings are not allowed unless worn with dress code skirts, skorts, or jumpers

●   See through and transparent clothing are not permitted

●   Modest necklines

●   Midriff is always covered when standing, sitting, and arms raised

Relaxed Dress (Play Wear) is to be worn to the beach, activity days, special outings, etc.

●    P.E. uniform and athletic wear

●    T-shirts without offensive printing/logos (no tank tops)

●    Knee length shorts (no short shorts)

●    Tennis or casual shoes. No flip flops or sandals.

●    Leggings are not allowed unless worn with dress code skirts, skorts or jumpers.

●    See through and transparent clothing are not permitted

●    Modest necklines

●    Midriff is always covered when standing, sitting and arms raised. 

 

Physical Education and Sports Dress Code

Grades K-5th 

Students in grades K-5 will wear regular school apparel to PE classes. If needed, a pair of athletic shoes could be brought in for PE.


 

Grades 6th-8th

Students in grades 6th through 8th are required to change for PE classes. The following uniform/items are required:

  • Deodorant

  • Rams PE t-shirt (grey)

  • Rams PE shorts (black)

  • Rams PE sweatpants (optional)

  • Non-skid athletic shoes

  • Athletic Socks

  • Leggings or tights are not allowed

 

Failure to dress properly in a PE uniform will negatively affect your grade.

 

Sports Attire

Participation in clubs and sports is a privilege.  If students are unable to meet the expectations for attire outlined in the policy and by their coach or club leader, students may lose the privilege to participate in the activity without refund of fees.

  1. Students are expected to wear tops that cover their stomachs and chests at all times.

  2. Students are expected to wear bottoms that are “fingertip length” or longer unless specifically given permission to wear shorter garments by a coach.  Examples of when this is appropriate include manufacturer created shorts for sports uniforms. Coaches will confer with the Athletic Director and Administration prior to advising students on attire.

  3. T-shirts should not be sheer or see through, nor should they be excessively tight.

  4. Sleeveless shirts are allowed. Straps on tops are expected to be at least 1.5 inches wide.

  5. Yoga pants are not allowed unless approved by the coach.  

 

Rams Spirit Days

The school administration will designate certain days throughout the school year as Rams Spirit Days to either celebrate school pride or to support our sports/club teams on the days of their competitions.  On these designated days students are allowed to wear jeans along with their Ramswear.  If Ramswear is not worn on these days, students must be in their regular school uniform.