Dress Code/Uniforms

UNIFORMS

Central Baptist Christian School uses Ibiley Uniforms and More as its exclusive uniform provider. For uniform assistance please reach out to them with the information below.

Ibiley Uniforms & More

12919 N. Nebraska Ave Tampa, Fl

305-625-8050

www.Ibiley.com

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DRESS CODE (GRADES K- 12)

Student appearance must be conservative, clean, neat, and modest to reflect the highest standards of a Christian school environment. All shirts must be tucked in. A belt is required for all shorts and pants. Girls’ skirts must be to the knees or below. All shorts (boys & girls) must be a minimum of fingertip length and a maximum of knee length. The length of skorts must be between the knee and three inches above the knee. Shorts and pants must be from The Ibiley or another uniform provider that offers the same style. Clothing that is dirty, torn, immodest, or presents a sloppy appearance is not permitted on campus or field trips. Students are not allowed to write on any of their uniform items (except their name on inside label for identification purposes). Uniforms with writing, holes, shredding, or that have been altered in any other way, will need to be replaced immediately.

The dress code is as follows for K–12th grade Girls:

  1. If the predicted temperature high for the day is 45 degrees or below (as reported by Fox 13 after 6:00 a.m.), girls may wear pants on Chapel Day.
  2. Solid knit polo shirt (white, maroon, gray, pink, or light blue) with CBCS logo from Ibiley only. Maroon is required for pictures and some field trips. (Note: CBCS white short-sleeve blouse is also available from Ibiley for K-5th graders.)
  3. Solid navy skirts, skorts, shorts, pants, or capris (no “skimmers”) from Ibiley or another uniform provider that offers the same style OR Plaid shorts or plaid skorts (from Ibiley only)
  4. Middle school & high school students may wear solid khaki shorts, pants, or capris (same criteria as above).
  5. Proper undergarments must be worn.
  6. Clean, neat, and properly laced shoes (closed-in toes and heels)
  7. Shorts and pants must have a belt.
  8. Athletic shoes are required for PE class.
  9. Optional: If additional clothing is needed in the buildings for warmth, it must be a CBCS-logo sweatshirt, zip-front hooded sweatshirt, pullover sweatshirt (MS & HS only), or jacket (over the uniform) from Ibiley.

The dress code is as follows for K–12th grade Boys:

  1. Solid knit polo shirt (white, maroon, gray, or light blue) with CBCS logo from Ibiley only. Maroon is required for pictures and some field trips.
  2. Solid navy shorts from Ibiley or another uniform supplier that offers the same style – no longer than knee length.
  3. Middle school & high school students may wear solid khaki shorts or pants (same criteria as above).
  4. Clean, neat, and properly laced shoes (closed-in toes and heels)
  5. Shorts and pants must have a belt.
  6. Athletic shoes are required for PE class.
  7. Optional: If additional clothing is needed in the buildings for warmth, it must be a CBCS-logo sweatshirt, zip-front hooded sweatshirt, pullover hooded sweatshirt (MS & HS only), or jacket (over the uniform) from Ibiley. Any undershirts worn must be white.
  8. Cold-Weather Exceptions: On very cold days students may wear long-sleeve t-shirts (solid white, cream, black, blue, gray, or maroon) under school polo. Girls may wear leggings or tights (solid white, cream, black, blue, or gray) that are ankle length or footed.

Chapel Dress Code (Every Thursday)

Girls: Maroon plaid jumper or skirt and polo shirt with CBCS logo.
Boys:
     Elementary – Navy uniform dress slacks and polo shirt with CBCS logo.
     Middle School & High School – Navy or khaki uniform dress slacks and polo shirt with CBCS logo.

Hair Standards

Boys must have neatly trimmed hair. Hair must be above the ears, off the collar, and out of the eyes. No extreme hair coloring and/or hairstyles, including shaved heads, Mohawks, “Rayhawks,” or custom designs on the scalp, are allowed for boys or girls. The administration reserves the right to determine the appropriateness of hair length and/or styles.

Facial Hair Standards

High School boys must be clean-shaven each school day.

Jewelry

Boys and girls may wear gender appropriate, but not overstated, questionable, or anti-Christian jewelry. Boys are not permitted to wear any body piercing jewelry, including earrings. Girls are limited to two earrings per ear lobe. No other body piercing jewelry will be permitted. Girls may wear two bracelets per arm; but “Silly Bands,” “Jelly Bracelets,” and rubber-type
bracelets are not permitted for girls or boys. The Administration reserves the right to determine the appropriateness of jewelry worn.

Accessories

1. Girls’ earrings should be conservative and should not be distracting. Dangles or hoops must be less than 1-inch.
2. Girls should not wear excessive makeup, nor should they wear it in a distracting manner.
3. Hats or bandanas are not acceptable in classroom.
4. A simple chain necklace is permitted, but large pendants are not permitted.
5. Bracelets must be simple and modest.

Enforcement of these policies will be consistent by the faculty, staff, and administration; and non-compliance by the students will result in stiff penalties based on number of times the offense occurs. Penalties will range from detention to in-school suspension for multiple offenses.