The policies in this handbook establish guidelines for students at FCA. Because a Christian’s lifestyle must be markedly different than the world’s, students must commit to follow these guidelines in the community and on the internet. If a student is known to violate them, whether observed by a member of the community, expressed as part of a confession, or personally shared and detailed for the public in written form (e.g. through a personal website or social network such as Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, etc.), these behaviors are subject to disciplinary action which may include warnings, probation, suspensions, or dismissal.
Students who have private pages on a social networking website also commit to providing access to their pages to school administration.