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Uniform Policy

Uniform Policy

The goal of Providence Classical School’s dress code is that students present themselves in a clean and neat manner as a representation of our school. While we recognize the uniqueness of each student and seek to develop individuality, it is also important for each student to understand the concept of appropriate dress for particular situations. With a consistent uniform policy, we hope to place the emphasis on academics and the formation of Christ-like character.

All uniforms should be chosen from the items on the PCS school page on the French Toast website.

UNIFORM ATTIRE
Boys:
Polos may be burgundy, navy, light heather gray, or white and may be short or long-sleeved.  White long-sleeved oxford shirts may also be worn and must be tucked in and worn with a dark belt. Uniform pants or Bermuda shorts must be khaki or navy. Gray dress pants may also be worn on regular school days. Boys may wear solid black, white, tan, gray, or navy socks.

Girls:
Polos may be burgundy, navy, light heather gray, or white and may be short or long-sleeved.  White long-sleeved oxford shirts may also be worn and must be tucked in and worn with a dark belt if worn with pants or shorts. Uniform pants or Bermuda shorts must be khaki or navy. Girls may wear uniform scooters in khaki, navy, or French Toast burgundy plaid. Scooter and short length must be no higher than 4 inches above the knee. Girls in grades K-5 may also wear navy uniform polo dresses with length no higher than 4 inches above the knee. Girls may wear solid black, white, tan, gray, or navy socks. Tights or leggings should be in solid white, gray, burgundy, or navy.

Outer Wear and Shoes:
PCS sweatshirts, hoodies, or zippered jackets may be worn over uniforms and are the only outer wear that may be worn inside the building for students. Hoods may not be worn over the head inside the building. Navy or burgundy cardigans from our school page on French Toast may also be worn. Students must wear tennis shoes, dress shoes, or other casual, close-toed shoes with the school uniform. Shoes must be completely enclosed. No Crocs, sandals, or heels please. Boots may only be worn with scooters or pants, and pants should not be tucked in if boots are worn.

Students in sixth grade and higher have the opportunity to change clothes for PE class each week. This year students have three options:
1. Remain in school uniform clothes
2. Wear athletic pants/joggers (e.g. adidas pants; No leggings or tight fitting pants) and a PCS t-shirt (includes all t-shirts sold on our website)
3. Wear the PCS PE shorts  (these are the only shorts students may wear) and a PCS t-shirt.

Dress Uniform (required for specified dress-up days):
Boys:  Gray dress pants, long-sleeved white oxford shirt (tucked), burgundy plaid tie with dark belt, dark dress shoes, and solid dark socks
Girls:  Burgundy plaid scooter, long-sleeved white oxford shirt (tucked), burgundy plaid cross tie, dark dress shoes (flats or mary-janes), white stockings or tights. For modified dress-up days, white tights are not required, though any socks or tights worn must be white.

Miscellaneous:
Hair accessories must be in school colors only (navy, burgundy, white, or gray), and should not be distracting.
Hats may not be worn inside the building.
Jewelry should be minimal and not distracting.