Primacy Uniform Standards

Note: All Students Must Have a Complete Uniform Set As Listed Below

Overview

Primacy’s School Uniform Policy has been developed to minimize distractions to academic achievement and improve our ability to create an orderly learning environment. There is solid evidence showing that there are fewer discipline problems, referrals, higher attendance rates, and an increase in academic achievement with the implementation of a uniform policy. Primacy’s goal is neither to dictate fashion nor limit individual freedom of expression. Our goal is to establish a school climate that focuses on motivating our students to develop wisdom, live healthfully, care for others and to know God.

Item Standard Quantity(Boys)Standard Quantity (Girls)
Jacket or Blazer 11
Sweater 11
Long Sleeve Shirts 11
Short Sleeve Shirts 22
Polo Shirt 33
Khaki Long Pants 21
Skirt 2
Tie 11
Shorts 22
House Shirt 11
Hoodie 11
Letterman Jacket 11

 

Uniform Wearing Guidelines

  • Students are expected to wear their uniform at all times unless announced otherwise by the administration.
  • Dress shirts must be tucked in at all times for the boys, and for the girls when wearing the jacket.
  • Skirt length should cover the knee when standing. No short skirts allowed.
  • Boys must wear black belts and plain black dress style shoes when wearing pants.
  • Girls must wear plain black dress style shoes with black socks, stockings, or knee high stockings when wearing pants or skirt.
  • A school uniform shirt must be worn under a school hooded sweatshirt.
  • Students are to wear the school jacket, hoodie or sweater if they are cold. Personal coats are allowed over these when students need more warmth.
  • The knee length khaki shorts can be worn with sneakers or sandals.
  • Students should not roll up their pants to follow a fashion trend; pants are to be worn as pants.
  • T-shirts worn under any uniform shirt must be plain white with no writing.
  • Students who are wearing polo shirts should make sure that their undershirt doesn’t hang below the polo shirt.
  • No sagging or baggy pants/ shorts allowed.
  • Sew name tags or label your uniform pieces for identification purposes.
  • Any alterations made to the uniform should only be to adjust the fit—such as hemming pants to the correct length. Alterations should not change the style of the uniform nor should it cause the uniform to be outside of the uniform guidelines.
  • Student ID Badges are considered part of the required uniform and must be worn around the neck at all times students are on the school’s campus.
  • All uniform parts must be kept clean and in good repair; not ripped, torn, faded or stained.

Summer Dress Uniform Definition: (August – October & March – May)

  • Boys – Black dress style shoes, khaki pants, black belt, short or long sleeve dress shirt.
    (This is the minimum requirement. The tie, sweater and/or blazer can be included.)
  • Girls – Black dress style shoes, khaki pants or skirt, short or long sleeve dress shirt.
    (This is the minimum requirement. The tie, sweater and or blazer can be included.)

Winter Dress Uniform Definition: (November – February)

    • Boys – Black dress style shoes, khaki pants, black belt, short or long sleeve dress shirt, school tie and blazer.
      (This is the minimum requirement. The sweater can be included.)
    • Girls – Black dress style shoes, khaki pants or skirt, short or long sleeve dress shirt, school tie and blazer.
      (This is the minimum requirement. The sweater can be included.)

 

IMPORTANT NOTES:

All students must have a complete uniform set. Students must wear the dress uniform as listed above every assembly day and any day where the dress uniform is requested/required. Students may NOT wear khaki pants other than the actual uniform pants. Shoes must be a plain, all black, dress style shoe – not sport or casual shoe. When you purchase knee length khaki shorts they MUST be very close in color to our school pants.