Campus Policies


Attendance at QSCA is a privilege and not a right. The goal of this school is not to reform

but to train the youth of every ability in the highest principles of Christian Leadership, self-
discipline, individual responsibility, personal integrity, and good citizenship.

This school stands without apology for the old-time gospel and the highest standards of
morality and Christian behavior. Scripture admonishes us to do all things to please God and
not man and to bring glory and honor to Him.
Therefore, we desire to strive for excellence in every area, including character development,
academic achievement, intellectual and physical development, and social interaction. The
staff is dedicated to serving the Lord with all the expertise and training that God has given.
We expect that parents and students will reciprocate with a commitment to excellence. This
requires a commitment of our resources of time, finances, and abilities.

The home is the first sphere of authority. God has clearly given parents the responsibility of
training and educating their children.
Another sphere of authority is the church and it has been given the authority to teach and to
be responsible.
The authority of the government has been given the responsibility to execute wrath on those
that do evil and to reward those that do good. The government was not given responsibility
from God for training and educating children.
The conclusion of this is that God has given parents the authority over their children. When a
child is enrolled at QSCA, parents are delegating some of that authority to the school as a
ministry of the church. While students are on school grounds or are involved in school
activities, we will exercise the delegated authority given to us by the parents. For purposes of
social propriety and Christian testimony, we urge parents to set high standards of dress and
conduct for their children at home, school, or anywhere else.

Dress Code

General Guidelines:

Students out of dress code will be warned. Further noncompliance will result in a 15-minute detention. Escalation of noncompliance will result in Principal’s involvement.

Uniform Requirements

  • The current year’s mandated uniform
  • Closed-toe shoes with socks.

Cold Weather:

During cold weather students may wear a sweater or jacket of their choosing as long as it is free of profanity, and/ or innuendos.

School Hours

Class begins at 8:00 a.m. each morning, Monday – Thursday. Class dismisses each afternoon at 3:30 p.m. If a student needs to be dismissed from class early, the parent/guardian must sign him/her out, in the office.


2022 - 2023 Calendar Schedule

Campus Policies

We have a closed campus policy.

  • Visitors are to check in with the office before going to a school building or classroom.
  • No student is allowed to leave the classroom without clearance from his/her Supervisor or Monitor
  • If a student needs to leave early a parent will need to be present to sign them out.
  • Students will be allowed to walk, ride bikes, or drive to school. However, they Will Not be allowed to access them until after school.
  • Parents WILL NOT be permitted to enter classroom after 8:00 am. If you find that you need to speak to a teacher, please call and make an appointment or send the teacher a text. This will help class to begin at the appropriate time so that teachers can ensure the students get all the time needed. The only exceptions will be the first day of school as well as special occasions.

Do NOT Bring:

  • iPods, compact discs, radios, electronic games, laptops, trading cards, or magazines to school, unless you have the teacher or principal’s permission to bring them to class.

Tobacco, Vaping, Alcohol and Weapons:

NO vaping pens, NO tobacco of any kind, NO alcohol, and NO weapons are allowed.

Cellular phones:

May be brought to school but they Must be turned in to your supervisor at the beginning of class and may be returned only after school. Parents may NOT call their children on cell phones during school hours. PLEASE use the office phone to contact your child if you have an emergency.

State Accreditation

Accreditation of a private Christian School is not necessary for a graduate of that school to enroll in a college or university. Registrars of such institutions are interested in academic merits of individual students, not in the name of their school of graduation. Thus, they evaluate each applicant’s academic aptitude through nationally standardized tests. QSCA does not seek accreditation by any outside educational institution but does endeavor to provide the highest possible academic program.

Report Cards

After the end of each quarter (nine weeks) we will send home a report card that must be signed by a parent or guardian and returned to school within a week. Progress reports will also be sent out every three (3) weeks and they must be signed and returned within a week.

Quarterly Awards

(Preemptive: Students, Supervisors, and Monitors need ID’s with a Lanyard) The Lanyard will be part of the dress code and is where award pins are to be displayed. (Being developed)
● Principal’s Choice
● Honor Roll A & B
● Most Improved
● Perfect Attendance Award
● Weekly Awards
● Cleanest Office (Roadrunner Trophy)