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    School Dress Code

    The dress code can be found in the following link: Vision Academy Dress Code

    Dress Code

    Vision Academy scholars are young people who are learning the habits of adult professionals, including the habits of professional dress. Scholars must be in compliance with the Vision dress code at all times. We use a dress code because we are preparing students for life beyond high school and college. Some professions require a uniform but many ask their employees to abide by a dress code, just like Vision Academy. We ask that our scholars be in dress code each day because it models what many of our students can expect in real life.

    Our standard dress for young men consists of:

    • khaki, navy, black, or grey cotton twill slacks (belted and worn at waist)
    • any solid-color polo shirt, no stripes, no logos
    • navy or burgundy sweater or cardigan (optional)
    • brown or black belt required for 3rd grade and older
    • any closed-toe shoes

     Our standard dress for young ladies consists of:

    • khaki, navy, black, or grey cotton twill slacks (belted and worn at waist)
    • any solid-color polo shirt, no stripes, no logos
    • navy or burgundy sweater or cardigan (optional)
    • navy jumper
    • navy, khaki, black, or grey skirts no shorter than one inch above the knee with shorts underneath
    • brown or black belt required for 3rd grade and older
    • any closed-toe shoes

     Scholars will NOT be permitted to wear the following items to school:

    • sandals or flip flops
    • coats, jackets, or sweatshirts inside of the building
    • clothing bearing any logos, messages, or other insignia
    • trousers that are over-sized, low-rise, baggy or inappropriately altered
    • hats, bandannas, scarves, excessive jewelry, visible body piercing (other than small earrings)

    Hair:

    All scholars’ hair must be neat, clean and well groomed. Hairstyles should not create a safety or health hazard or interfere with the environment of the school.

    Jewelry, Body Piercings, etc.:

    Body piercings must be covered with clothing and must not be a distraction to the learning environment. Jewelry should not interfere with the educational environment of the school.

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