Dress Code

Uniforms display a commitment to learning and provide an atmosphere of respect and equality for the girls. The following guidelines must be adhered to during the school day unless otherwise directed.

The uniform consists of:

  • Short-sleeved or long-sleeved, banded, white polo with SCA Crest
  • V-neck, long-sleeved, purple pullover sweater with SCA Crest
  • Grey kilt skirt with SCA monogram – no shorter than two inches above the knee in length
  • White or black knee socks – no patterns
  • White or black opaque tights – no patterns
  • Seniors ONLY: Long sleeve black cardigan sweater with SCA Crest (optional)
  • All students: Long-sleeve, purple, full-zip fleece with SCA Crest (optional)

Gym uniform:

  • Purple SCA gym shirt (SCA gym sweatshirt optional)
  • Black SCA gym shorts (SCA gym sweats optional)

All of the above MUST be purchased at Educational Outfitters.

Educational Outfitters
23317 Orchard Lake Road
Farmington, MI  48336
Phone: 248-426-7273

Visit their website for more information or to order online.


Dress shoes are required and must be black, closed toed with no heel. They must have no markings, designs, or other colors. Athletic style shoes are not acceptable.

Jewelry and Accessories
Students may wear simple earrings, watches, and simple bracelets.
No hats, caps, or other kinds of head gear may be worn on campus during school hours.

Makeup is allowed to enhance one’s beauty, but not to mask it. Extreme makeup, hair color, piercings or tattoos are prohibited.

For any questions please contact the Assistant Principal.

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“I was among one of the very first classes SCA ever had. As a pioneer and a student to be a part of the foundation of clubs and classes that continue today, I am beyond proud of how far the school has come. There were many ups and downs during my four years but an amazing experience overall. Today at college I still look back on and cherish my times at SCA, thankful for the connections, education and sisterhood I acquired. I am looking forward to seeing many more young women carry on the traditions my class and recent classes have set for the future.”

Alumna, Class of '14

“This school is not only college prep, it is life prep. I know that my daughter is being educated to go out and make a positive difference in the world. She will graduate with the confidence and courage to lead wherever she goes in life. I love the principal, the teachers, and the families. It is such a blessing to be a part of the SCA Family. I know the friends my daughter has made will be her sisters for life.”

SCA Parent

“[SCA] builds upon your faith and strengthen you academically throughout the four years in high school so that you are more than ready when you move on to college.”


“Another thing I enjoyed about the school was the athletics. I played four different sports at this school and I had the same experience with all of them. The coaches really cared about me, not just how well I was performing and I was treated respectfully on and off the court. Further more, I felt that I was really being pushed physically and mentally during practice which I value in any activity.”


“The community service, the focus on virtuous living, and the sisterhood really instills compassion and respect for all of humanity.”

SCA Parent

“This school has a very strong faith atmosphere! The school is fairly new, but is starting to build a name for itself both spiritually and academically. The faculty and staff rock!”

Student, Class of '19

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“Even if there were 10 stars, I would still put 11!”


“The school lives up to their mission statement by unlocking the feminine genius in the girls who go there and providing us with the opportunity to discover who we are meant to be.”