Youth for Christ Program
Rules of Conduct

Students are required to comply with rules set by the administration.


• Students are responsible to maintain their residence house organized and clean.

• Personal belongings must be organized and put away when not in use.

• Students are accountable for every complaint from neighbors.

• Events can only be organized by students with prior permission from the house leader.

• Students must spend the night in the home allotted for their residence.

– Students may spend a night elsewhere only with the permission of the house leader.


• Unless otherwise noted, school campus and church dress code: business casual or formal

– Male Students:

º are not permitted to wear: hats, shorts, jeans, sweat pants, hoodies

º should be neatly dressed with their shirts tucked

– Female Students:

º are not allowed to wear: pants, mini-skirts, skirts with high slits, blouses with a deep neckline, hoodies

º manicures and/or pedicures can only be in natural colors

• Students are not allowed to wear (including on-site of residence): earrings, chains and extravagant decorations/accessories

• Unusual hairstyles and hair colors are prohibited.

• Regardless of the place and case, students should always look neat, in accordance with Christian ethics.


• Violation of rules or orders will result in disciplinary actions.

• Serious violation or repeated minor violation will result in written warning.

• Students will be terminated if serious (or repeated minor) violation occurs after the written warning.

• In the case of major violation of Christian morals, administration reserves the right to terminate such student without a warning:

– use of physical force, sexual immorality, theft, consumption of drugs or alcohol, etc.

• If a student drops out of the program on personal initiative, or is terminated as a result of disciplinary action, school fees will not be refunded.

• School administration reserves the right to contact parents or church leaders at any time.

• In the event of any misconduct, administration reserves the right to refuse such to participate in the missionary trip.


• Students must not disrupt discipline established by the teacher or other school authority.

• Students are required to be punctual in all school related activities.

• Forbidden behavior:

– leaving the class during lecture without the teacher’s permission

– talking to other students during lectures

– sleeping during organized school activities

– eating (except for a small snack) or chewing gum during class

– students can not leave school property without prior approval of the consultant (not teacher)


• Students must respect opinions, beliefs and traditions of other students.

• Forbidden behavior:

– vulgar words and expressions

– fights and the use of physical force in settling disputes

– theft

• It is forbidden for students of the opposite sex to:

– hug each other or have other physical contact except for a hand shake

– have dates during the course of study

– flirt, text and engage in intimate conversations


• Students of "Youth for Christ" program can not possess telephone, tablet, laptop or other Internet enabled device during the course of study.

• Students must conform to the established daily schedule.

• Students are not allowed to listen to non-Christian music and watch movies that don't comply with Christian moral standards.

• Students have full responsibility for the safety of school materials and equipment.

– Students are financially responsible for the damage of school equipment.

• Great Commission Missionary School is not financially responsible for:

– medical fees and expenses of the students during their course of study (in the event of illness, injury or car accident)

– lost, stolen or damaged personal property

• Reckless/illegal driving of a vehicle is prohibited.

• Energy drinks are not allowed anywhere on school property, and are prohibited during the course of study.

• School staff have the right to check student's personal belongings without prior notice at any time.

• Students can be requested a drug or tobacco test if school staff finds it necessary.

• Students with prior drug addiction or other serious offenses may be subject to additional rules.

• Rules are subject to change.

About Us

At Great Commission Missionary School we help students grow in their understanding of scripture, equip them for ministry and inspire them to be soldiers of God.  But most importantly, we focus on a personal relationship with Christ and the Great Commission. We have various programs for different age groups where we share our vision to "Love God and people the way Jesus did."

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Great Commission Missionary School

PO Box 138

Gresham, OR 97030


Telephone: +1 971 231 4977


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