Uniform Policy / Dress Code
The purpose of the uniform policy and dress code at Avalon K-12 School is to present a professional and academic atmosphere for our students. Uniforms also promote a safer more secure campus and build a sense of unity among our students. We believe the dress at Avalon reflects an attitude of self-respect and a commitment to learning.
Colors: White, Lt Blue, Navy, Royal, Yellow
Style: Solid color, collared shirt, button-up, polo or blouse
Colors: White, Light Blue, Royal, Gold/Yellow
Style: Collared shirt, button-up, polo, blouse, Spirit Wear or
Color: Navy, Black, Khaki
Style: Pants, shorts, skorts, skirts, jumpers, leggings
Color: Khaki, Navy, Black, or Blue Jeans
Style: Jeans, trousers, shorts, skorts, skirts, leggings
|Sweaters, sweatshirts, hoodies||
Color: Solid Blue or School/ Island logo, College logo
Style: Pullover, cardigan, zip-up or hoodie
Color: Solid Blue, Grey, Black, or School/Island/College logo
Style: Pullover, cardigan, zip-up, or hoodie.
A student’s dress and general appearance should be neat, and clean, and not detract or interfere with teaching and learning in the classroom or on campus. It is expected that all students shall maintain their person and clothing in a modest and age-appropriate fashion consistent with our school policy and compatible with the instructional program.
- Clothing worn at school MUST be neat and clean and fit appropriately at the shoulder and waist.
- Clothing, shoes, and accessories must be appropriate and safe for school activities.
- Clothing should be modestly cut and age-appropriate
- Appropriate undergarments that provide proper cover shall be worn.
- Shirts must be worn properly and buttoned. Shoulder straps on sleeveless tops must be at least 1-inch wide.
Unacceptable Clothing and Accessories
Students found representing unacceptable clothing will be sent to the nurse’s office for a change of clothing. Refusal to comply with the dress code will result in a parent meeting on campus and the loss of an extracurricular activity. Repeat violations will be subject to progressive disciplinary action including, administrative counseling, detention, parent conferences, and possible suspension.