The highest standards of conduct are expected from SCA students. These standards apply to both “school” and “non-school” related social activities where unacceptable behavior might bring shame upon the name of Christ. Drinking alcoholic beverages, using marijuana or illegal drugs, smoking, profanity, disrespect for authority or property, improper sexual behavior, non-compliance with the sexuality and gender identification statement
, and abuse of others are all prohibited.
In the area of relationships between our young men and women, SCA discourages dating and encourages parent guided and protected relationships. SCA prohibits all public displays of physical affection at “school” and at “school functions.”
If a student is resistant in submission to the rules and guidelines of SCA, it is respectfully asked that the family not enroll the child.
SCA's goal is first time obedience. As an encouragement for the students to reach this standard, teachers may, at their discretion, use the following conduct system:
- If a classroom rule is broken, the student is given a polite reminder.
- If another incident occurs, the student is given a warning.
- A conduct mark is given for a third offense.
- Certain behavior will warrant an immediate conduct mark.
Conduct marks are also given if a student arrives to class late, does not bring the proper textbook(s), or does not wear the proper uniform.
Should a student receive more than five conduct marks in a grading period, the student’s parents will be contacted by phone or letter and asked to help in correcting the misbehavior. A tutor might contact a parent sooner, if necessary.
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