All students Pre-K through 12 must wear uniforms the entire school year and the entire school day except for special dates as set by the Administration.

 

Girls:

TOPS:

Solid Color: black, white, or gold

Polo style knit, 2, 3 or 4 buttons at the top front with collar.  Must be monogrammed with school logo.  Short or long sleeved only.

White button down blouse w/peter pan collar may be worn under a jumper.  When this type of blouse is used under a jumper, it does not have to be monogrammed.

Undershirts are allowed and must be plain white or black with no designs, emblems, insignias, monograms or logos.

BOTTOMS:

Solid Color:  khaki

Uniform style skirt, skort, walking shorts or pants.

No Capri length

No sewn on outside pockets or flaps; cargo style pants are prohibited.

Length of skirts, skorts, and walking shorts must be no more than 3” above the knee.

Pre-K students may have elastic waist bottoms with or without belt loops. (belts are optional but not required)

K-12 students’ pants must have belt loops and mandatory belt

BELTS:

Solid Color: black, brown, or khaki uniform style

SOCKS:

Visible Socks, Solid Color: white, black, or khaki (must be a matching pair)

“No show” socks are permitted

LEGGINGS:

Solid Color:  black or white

SHOES:

Must be closed toe with a back

No sandal, slipper, or moccasin style

Boots are allowed but must be worn with the pants on the outside, not tucked in.

 

Boys:

TOPS:

Solid Color: black, white, or gold

Polo style knit with collar.  Must be monogrammed with school logo.  Short or long sleeved.

Undershirts are allowed and must be plain white or black with no designs, emblems, insignias, monograms or logos.

BOTTOMS:

Solid Color: khaki

No sewn on outside pockets or flaps; cargo style pants are prohibited

No split bottom or frayed pant legs

BELTS:

Solid Color: black, brown, or khaki uniform style and not offensive

SOCKS:

Visible Socks, Solid Color: white, black, or khaki (must be a matching pair)

“No show” socks are permitted

 

Pullovers (All Grades): (if it has to be pulled over your head)

Solid Colors: black, white, or grey

Must be an OFA pullover

Other designs, emblems, insignias, monograms and logos are prohibited

Must be worn over uniform shirt with a belt

 

Outerwear (All Grades):

Must be a Solid Color: black,  white, or grey

Vests, jackets, and sweaters that have zippers, buttons, or snaps from top to bottom (It can be a North Face or other name brand if it is a solid color.)

May contain a school approved logo

Heavy Outerwear (Elementary Only): (for extreme weather conditions)

Heavy outerwear, consist of a large coat or heavy jacket that would be worn in extreme weather conditions, can be any color.

 

Dress Code Regulations:

Other requirements for boys and girls:

Shirts must be long enough to be tucked in and remain tucked in at all times and fit appropriately (example: excessively small)

NO hats or caps are to be worn on campus during school hours

Earrings may be worn in ears by females only.  Male students are not allowed to wear earrings to school or any school related function

Visible tattoos and body piercings are not acceptable

Other special occasions requiring a modification of the dress code shall be approved by the Principal

All outerwear must be labeled with students name

 

Hair:

Hair styles shall be clean, neatly groomed and shall not distract from the learning environment nor be a safety factor for any of the school’s curricular offerings.

Students’ hair must not be dyed any color other than a natural shade.  (blonde, brown, red, or black)  Any other color is not acceptable.  This includes high-lights and extensions.

Boys: Hair length in the front must not extend lower than the top of the eyebrow. The back must not extend lower than the top of the shirt collar.  The sides must not extend lower than the top of the ear.

Styles such as Mohawks, rattails or spiked hair are not acceptable.

Facial hair on male students is not acceptable.  Students need to be clean shaven before school each day.  Sideburns must not be any lower than the earlobe.