Attendance at Santa Rosa Christian School is a privilege, not a right.  Christian standards of conduct and dress are expected at all times.  In order to continue in the school, students must comply with the standards and regulations set forth by the Board and exhibit an attitude that is in harmony with the spirit and purpose of the school.


Santa Rosa Christian School students (K-5 through 12) wear uniforms.  As educators, we recognize that how a student dresses greatly affects his deportment, his attitude toward school work, and his academic effort and achievement. 


Santa Rosa Christian has joined with French Toast Uniforms to offer a “one stop shop” for all tops and bottoms that are accepted for student dress. In general, the skirts, jumpers, shorts, and pants are navy blue, and the shirts are either light blue or grey with the school logo monogrammed. To place an order Shop our FrenchToast SchoolBox. Parents are also encouraged to sign up for FrenchToast coupons and email alerts; frequent sales are offered to customers.  


Uniform accessories are as follows:




  • Boys and girls can wear Sperry type boat shoes, canvas type Vans shoes, or dark tennis shoes. The Sperry and Canvas shoes must be one of the following colors: brown/tan, gray, dark blue, or black.

  • Boys are also to wear a belt which can be black or brown, depending on the shoe color you might want to match.


Academy (6th-12th)


  • Boys and girls may wear either the Sperry type boat shoes or the Vans type canvas shoes in the following colors: brown/tan, gray, dark blue, or black. No tennis shoes are allowed for the academy students; please refrain from patterned shoes or bright colors. Also “fitkick” style shoes are not acceptable as school attire.

  • Boys are to wear a belt which can be black or brown, depending on the shoe color you might want to match.


There is some flexibility in the shoe types that Academy students may wear; the shoes do not have to be these specific brands but this range of styles that are somewhat casual while at the same type not a tennis shoe. We understand that these shoes are popular and therefore easier to find for our parents. Some stores offer these shoes at very reasonable prices. Should you have any questions, please let us know.


K-5 - 12th Grade Girls:


Girls are expected to dress modestly and in appropriate school attire. Hair should be neat and modestly styled.  Bangs, if worn, must be kept neat and well above the eyebrows.  Long hair must be styled or fastened so it will not fall over the face.  Hair style are not to be extreme or distracting so that they interfere with school work.  Wild styles or styles represented by rock stars or groups are not allowed. Jewelry, if worn, must be worn in moderation -  no gaudy or distracting earrings, bracelets, or rings, etc.  Necklaces and dangling earrings are not permitted at school. The general overall appearance should be feminine, modest, and appropriate for school.  No make-up or nail polish is permitted until 6th Grade. Make-up, if worn, must be used in moderation.  No eye make-up (shadow or mascara) is permitted.  Only clear or natural shades of nail polish may be worn.  All personal grooming, including hair and fingernails, is to be done at home or in the restroom.



K5-12th Grade Boys

Boys are expected to be well groomed and to dress neatly and in appropriate school attire.  Hair must be neat and tapered in the back, no longer than the natural hairline on the neck.  It must not hang over the ears and must be above the eyebrows in front.  Sideburns must not be lower than mid-ear.  No beards or mustaches are permitted.  Hair may not be dyed, colored, or permanently waved.  Bowl cuts or shaved heads are unacceptable. Mod or unisex jewelry, such as necklaces or earrings,  may not be worn. The general overall appearance should be masculine, neat, modest, and appropriate for school.


*This dress policy will apply to all school functions.  The administration may make exception to this policy by specifying appropriate dress for certain extra-curricular activities