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Uniform

Dress Code

Below is our approved dress code for the 2022-23 school year. The dress code at Queen's Grant Community School is flexible, affordable, and designed to encourage success. With less distractions and competition, our scholars can focus better in school.

If you need help paying for uniforms, please call us at the front office to discuss options.
 

K-5 Students

    
 

Tops

  • Long or short-sleeve navy blue, light blue, or white collared shirt
     

Bottoms

  • Solid navy blue or khaki

6-8 Students

      
 

Tops

  • Long or short-sleeved burgundy, navy blue, light blue, or white collared shirt
     

Bottoms

  • Solid navy blue or khaki

Additional

Accessories
Additional

Belt and tie illustration

Accessories

Belts, if worn, must be plain solid black, navy blue, or brown.

Socks must be solid khaki, black, gray, navy, or white.

Tights and leggings worn underneath uniform bottoms must be solid white or navy.

P.E. Uniforms
Additional

P.E. Uniform

P.E. Uniforms

Tops: Queen’s Grant t-shirt or sweatshirt.

Bottoms: Queen’s Grant sweatpants or shorts.

P.E. uniforms are optional and may be worn all day on PE days.

P.E. uniforms may be purchased from a vendor through the school.

Shoes
Additional

Shoe illustration

Shoes

For safety reasons, students are required to wear shoes appropriate for indoor and outdoor activity.

Shoes that are unsafe (for example flip-flops or shoes with wheels) are not permitted.

Slippers are not permitted without administrative permission.

Athletic shoes with non-marking soles are to be worn for P.E. class.

More Details

The complete dress code policy for the 2022-23 school year can be found in the Parent and Student Handbook.