Standard of Conduct
CCA strives to provide an environment conducive to the spiritual growth and development of young people, who are striving to mature as Christians. A standard of conduct, based on spiritual imperatives, is necessary to provide such an environment. The activities of the Christian must be subordinate to the glory of God. The Christian, therefore, should endeavor to avoid activities which cause the loss of sensitivity to the Holy Spirit, and consequently, a diminishing on one’s spiritual well-being.
A sense of the need for spiritual growth has led CCA to adopt the following standards which are conducive to the environment that will best promote the spiritual welfare of the students.
The school therefore requests that each student, whether at home, school, or elsewhere:
- Show reverence to God and His Word.
- Have respect for parental authority, governmental authority, and the rights of others.
- Be respectful to pastors, administrators, teachers, support staff, and parents.
- Be honest and truthful, refraining from cheating, dishonesty, and stealing.
- Maintain a pure and wholesome lifestyle and refrain from immorality, promiscuity and homosexuality.
- Refrain from profane, obscene, abusive, or otherwise inappropriate language.
- Refrain from drinking any form of alcoholic beverages.
- Refrain from using any form of illegal narcotic drugs.
- Refrain from using any type of tobacco products.
- Not read, distribute, or have possession of any type of pornographic materials.
- Refrain from gambling.
- Refrain from fighting, bullying, and name calling.
- Students are expected to act in an orderly and respectful manner, maintaining Christian standards of courtesy, cheerfulness, kindness, language, and morality.
- Students are required to strive toward unquestionable character in dress, conduct, and attitude.
- Students found to be out of harmony with the school’s Standard of Conduct may be asked to withdraw from school.
- CCA reserves the right to search a student’s belongings (including but not limited to his/her automobile, backpack, purse, pockets, locker, desk, etc.).
- Any student observing questionable activities, ON or OFF CAMPUS,or overhearing conversations, which are contrary to the policies of this academy, should immediately discuss the matter with a teacher.
This is not tattling.
It has been said:
❝ All it takes for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing. ❞
❝ … to him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin. ❞
– James 4:17
Ask the Head of School, Dr. Craig Shaw
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