Below are a list of expectations and rules that we feel will make for a welcoming and safe environment for your daughter. These rules are for her protection…
We have a NO cell phone policy. Due to such a problem with cell phones in the past we will have your daughter place her phone in a designated area when she checks in every Thursday. If you need to get in touch with her anytime during the day please text our main number or one of her teachers.
Growing in Grace will not meet due to inclement weather following Tate County school closings. However, since our class assignments are accessed online, class assignments for that day will be available online at the discretion of the teacher. As a result, we will not have make-up days in our calendar.
All students are expected to dress with modesty and self respect. Skirts and dresses must be no higher than the top of the knee. Shorts are allowed as long as they have a minimum 3″ inseam (fingertip rule usually applies). Leggings (not see-through tights) may be worn if tops are tunic length (top of the thigh). Absolutely NO CROP tops are allowed. Classes take place in the house of the Lord and reverence through modesty is expected. Comfortable clothing is recommended.
All students are expected to treat one another with kindness and respect. Drama, gossip, inappropriate speech or profanity will not be tolerated. Teachers and adults will be treated with respect.
Students are not allowed to leave the building/campus during the day without permission.
Drugs, vaping and/or smoking is completely prohibited on campus, including the parking lot.
We have a “no animal” policy.
No outside guest are allowed without permission.
No food is allowed during class for any reason.
We expect your daughter to attend class each week and on time unless there is an emergency or illness. (Please be sure to text me and let me know if your daughter will be missing that day.)
It is our belief that students who want to do well educationally, will prioritize to achieve this. It is expected that each student will pursue her own education with diligence and perseverance. If you are having difficulties with any subject, it is your responsibility to connect with your teacher for further explanation or resources. After school tutoring is available.
Lunch, Food and Beverages
Each student is expected to provide their own lunch each week. A concession stand is available, including a hot meal option at additional cost. No alcoholic beverages or controlled substances are allowed on campus.
I submit that I have read the above policies and will agree to abide by each. I understand that failure to comply can result in disciplinary action up to and including campus removal and that I will be held to complete my studies at home until such time as I earn a return to campus. My return to campus can be earned by contacting my counselor and discussing required steps.
If you have not signed a physical copy of the policy agreement on the back of the registration form, please submit your agreement here.