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General Standards

  • Strict adherence to the Uniform Policy matters because it is the most basic expression of obedience.
  • Students may not enter the building if they are not in compliance with this policy.
  • Uniform items must be fitted and worn properly. They may not be oversized, too short, baggy, tight fitting, torn, and / or tattered.
  • Teachers will check students' dress daily and infractions will be documented in FACTS (RenWeb). Parents / Guardians may be required to bring a change of clothes if the student is not in compliance.
  • Students may not wear clothing or apparel that promotes a political message, unbiblical causes and and concepts, violence, and / or inappropriate themes and messages.
  • Persistent violation of the PA Uniform Policy will results in disciplinary action.

Uniform Provider

  • PA's official uniform provider is Dennis Uniform.
  • Dennis' retail store with PA products is located at 1101 N Keller Road, Ste G-3, Orlando, FL 32810.
  • Items purchased from Lands' End in prior years are allowed through May 2025.


  • Standard uniforms are to be worn daily.

Upper Wear

  • PA issued polos - black, gray, red, or white.
  • Upper wear must fit properly – not too tight or too large.
  • Polos must be tucked in at all times.
  • Solid colored undershirts or camisoles worn underneath polos (white or black) are encouraged.
  • Solid colored, long-sleeved undershirts (white or black) may also be worn underneath polos.

Lower Wear

  • Male Students: PA issued uniform pants or shorts – black or khaki.
  • Female Students: PA issued pants, shorts, skirts, or skorts – black or khaki.
  • Lower wear must fit properly (not too tight or too loose).
  • Lower wear must be fitted at the waist.
  • Students are encouraged to wear black bike or compression shorts underneath skirts to maintain modesty.


  • PA issued, zip up hoodie or cardigans only.
  • Pullover hoodies with or without kangaroo pockets are not permitted.




  • Grades K - 5: Athletic uniforms may be worn all day on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
  • Grades 6 -12: Students must dress out for PE and dress back into standard uniforms once the class is over.

Upper Wear

  • PA issued Athletic T-shirts – gray
  • Upper wear must fit properly (not too tight or too large).

Lower Wear

  • PA issued Athletic shorts or sweat pants - black
  • Lower wear must fit properly (not too tight or too loose).
  • Lower wear must be fitted at the waist.


Personal Appearance



  • Hair may not be a distraction (i.e. hanging in student’s face, vibrant, un-natural color).


  • Female, Junior / Senior High students (grades 6 - 12) may wear a modest amount of make-up, including fingernail polish.
  • Female, Elementary students (grades K - 5) may only wear lip gloss and modest fingernail polish.
  • Male students are not permitted to wear makeup, including fingernail polish.


  • Tattoos must be concealed beneath clothing (including Dress Down Days / Theme Days).
  • Face or neck tattoos are not permitted.


Other Apparel



  • Shoes must be closed-toed, closed-heeled, and provide full foot coverage. Shoes must not be a distraction.
  • Students will not wear flip flops, Crocs, jellies, sandals, slides, slippers, or any type of open-toed or open-heeled shoe.


  • Socks must not be a distraction.
  • Mid-calf and over the calf socks may only be worn with full-length pants.


  • Solid colored belts (black or brown) are required for all lower wear containing belt loops.
  • Students may not wear suspenders.


  • Proper undergarments are required and must not be visible at any time (including bra straps).

Head Coverings

  • Hats may be worn. Teachers may request students remove their hats when they enter their classrooms. Students are required to comply with this request.
  • Other head coverings such as beanies, and doo rags may not be worn indoors.


  • Jewelry must not be a distraction.
  • Necklaces must be worn underneath polo shirts.
  • Earrings must be conservative - a small stud or hoop no larger than a quarter in size.


  • Bowties and straight ties may not be worn with polos.

Dress Down Days / Spirit days


General Guidelines

  • Dress down days are determined on occasion by administration.
  • Those not participating in the dress down theme must be in standard uniform attire.
  • Students are not permitted to wear pajamas or sleep wear for any reason to school.
  • When jeans are permitted, they must be clean, neat, and free of holes or tears. Jeans must not be too tight or too baggy.
  • Jean shorts must be knee length.


Administrator rights



  • An administrator has the right to ask a student to change their dress / appearance if the student's choices are deemed distracting or inappropriate.
  • The definition of what is deemed distracting and inappropriate is the discretion of the administrator.