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Uniform Policy

Uniforms are a positive discipline in the school. Trinity Classical Academy emphasizes the value of a disciplined learning environment. Just as dressing up, even wearing uniforms, is a part of the workday for parents, a school uniform is a signal to the child that it’s time for hard work and studious activity. Uniforms prevent problems associated with the subjective interpretation of a dress code policy. Uniforms eliminate any confusion about what is acceptable, modest and appropriate by Trinity Classical Academy’s standards. Uniforms tend to decrease the cost of student clothing. Our uniform vendors provide economical and durable items. Often parents need only purchase two or three sets of uniforms to last throughout the school year and often these same items can be handed down to other students.

Read the following uniform policy to get details on shoes, socks, backpacks, outerwear, etc.

All uniforms can be ordered from Lands End. School code is 900139890.

Updated August 2021

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  • Being overly concerned with clothing and outward appearances is contrary to God's will for us as revealed in Scripture (1 Sam. 16:7; Matt. 6:19-21; James 4:4; 1 John 2:15-17).
  • Pressures felt by students to compete in areas of dress are destructive to the unity of the school and the body of Christ.
  • Everything in our lives, including our clothing, should reflect the order of the Godhead and the order He has created in the world (1 Corinthians 14:40).
  • Clothing should be modest and not draw attention to the individual (1 Timothy 2:9) and should reflect differences in gender (Deuteronomy 22:5).
  • Our students are serving as witnesses and ambassadors both for the Lord Jesus Christ and the school. Student appearance is a reflection of both.
  • Uniforms are a positive discipline in the school. Trinity Classical Academy emphasizes the value of a disciplined learning environment. Just as dressing up, even wearing uniforms, is a part of the workday for parents, a school uniform is a signal to the student that it’s time for hard work and studious activity.
  • Uniforms prevent problems associated with the subjective interpretation of a dress code policy. Uniforms eliminate any confusion about what is acceptable, modest and appropriate by Trinity Classical Academy's standards.
  • Uniforms tend to decrease the cost of student clothing. Our uniform vendors and PTF Resale Uniform coordinators provide economical and durable items. Often parents need only purchase two or three sets of uniforms to last throughout the school year and often these same items can be handed down to other students.
Enforcement
  • The school staff, faculty and administration will enforce the Uniform and Dress Code Policy. Interpretation and application of the Uniform and Dress Code standards will be the responsibility of the Grammar and Upper School Principals.
    Students not complying with the Uniform and Dress Code Policy may be required to rectify their appearance immediately, at the discretion of an administrator. This may include removing the prohibited item or waiting in the school office while a parent is called to campus with the appropriate clothing item.
  • Cheerful, consistent compliance is expected. Students who violate the Uniform and Dress Code Policy, either by action or by challenging and rebellious attitudes, will be subject to disciplinary actions.
General Dress Code for All Students
  • Students must only wear the uniform from their grade’s approved list. All pants, shorts, skorts, jumpers, dresses, shirts, blouses, sweatshirts and outerwear must be purchased through the Lands’ End Catalog (unless otherwise noted), PTF Resale Uniforms, or from one of Trinity’s approved “Spirit Wear” vendors.
  • All shirts, sweaters, sweatshirts, dresses, jumpers & jackets purchased thru Land’s End must have a Trinity Logo.
  • Jewelry and make-up need to be conservative, not distracting to students, not extreme in appearance or excessive in amount. *Dangling or hoop earrings are not permitted on girls in Transitional-Kindergarten thru 6th grade. *Jewelry in pierced body parts, with the exception of earrings for girls, is not permitted.
  • All students must keep their hair neatly groomed and conservatively styled. Strange cutting or coloring of hair is not permitted.
  • All hair accessories (e.g., barrettes, bows, flowers, headbands,) are allowed up to 2” in diameter and must be in Black, Brown or Trinity Classical Academy colors (Navy, White, Burgundy). Hair accessories may be plain or a muted pattern matching the uniform (plaid, plain with small polka dots or stripes).
  • Visible tattoos are not permitted.

Trinity’s Administration reserves the right to determine whether or not the student’s uniform is in compliance with the school’s policy

All uniforms can be ordered from Lands End. Trinity's School code is 900139890.

Your student is only permitted to wear uniform choices from their grade, so please carefully observe the dress code guidelines and do not order uniforms that are not approved for their grade level.

The following items are specific to Rhetoric School Ladies:

POLO SHIRTS Rhetoric School Ladies may wear polo shirts from Trinity’s “Spirit Wear” vendors in Navy, White or Burgundy.

SKIRTS/DRESSES Young ladies wearing skirts or dresses not in compliance with Trinity Uniform Guidelines (2” above the knee or longer) will be required to purchase a pair of leggings from the front desk to be put on to bring them into compliance.

PANTS / SHORTS / SKIRTS / SKORTS Rhetoric School girls may only wear pants, shorts, skirts and skorts that are purchased through Lands’ End. In order to abide by the Trinity uniform guidelines, all pants must fit correctly and modestly. Pants must be either solid Navy or Khaki.

TIGHTS & LEGGINGS Tights and Leggings must be in the same color as the plaid (Gray or Burgundy) or match the color of the solid-colored skirt.

SHOES Additional options for Rhetoric School girls

  • Shoes in ANY color or with patterns (i.e. checkers, flowers, plaid). Please no faces, pictures, words, or anything the administration would deem inappropriate (i.e. skulls, cross bones, characters). Socks must still comply with “Uniform Guidelines for All Grades”; • Ballet-style flats with or without a strap;
  • Slip-on shoes (such as Tom’s, etc.)
  • 2” or lower heels in Navy, Black or Gray
 
The following items are specific to Rhetoric School Gentlemen:

POLO AND OXFORD SHIRTS Rhetoric School gentlemen may wear the following Polo Shirts from Trinity’s “Spirit Wear” vendors in Navy, White or Burgundy.

PANTS Rhetoric School gentlemen may wear pants and shorts that are NOT purchased through Lands’ End. In order to abide by the Trinity uniform guidelines, all pants must fit correctly and modestly, must be either solid Navy or Khaki with no patterns or other additions, and be made from chino cloth/twill fabric – no denim-like, spandex, cotton or other material. NO “cargo-style” pants are permitted.

SHOES Additional options for Rhetoric School Gentlemen

  • Shoes in ANY color or with patterns (i.e. checkers, flowers, plaid). Please no faces, pictures, words, or anything the administration would deem inappropriate (i.e. skulls, cross bones, characters). Socks must still comply with “Uniform Guidelines for All Grades”;
  • Slip-on shoes (such as Tom’s, etc.)

HAIR Rhetoric School gentlemen have the option to grow their hair longer than students in the Grammar and Logic Schools. However, hair must be well groomed and eyes must be visible. Hair must be a natural color and cannot be a distraction to other students, faculty, staff or administration. Hair cannot be unkempt, outlandish or excessively styled (e.g., no mohawks or shaved heads). Students will be asked to cut their hair if these guidelines are not observed.

NOTE: Rhetoric School gentlemen also may order from Lands End men’s section. However, the choices must be the same, or as close as possible, to the required items.

All uniforms can be ordered from Lands End. Trinity's School code is 900139890.

Your student is only permitted to wear uniform choices from their grade, so please carefully observe the dress code guidelines and do not order uniforms that are not approved for their grade level.

Girls

SKIRTS/DRESSES Young ladies wearing skirts or dresses not in compliance with Trinity Uniform Guidelines (2” above the knee or longer) will be required to purchase a pair of leggings from the front desk to be put on to bring them into compliance.

PANTS / SHORTS / SKIRTS / SKORTS Logic School girls may only wear pants, shorts, skirts and skorts that are purchased through Lands’ End. In order to abide by the Trinity uniform guidelines, all pants must fit correctly and modestly. Pants must be either solid Navy or Khaki.

SHOES Additional options for Logic School girls:

  • Shoes in ANY color or with patterns (i.e. checkers, flowers, plaid). Please no faces, pictures, words, or anything the administration would deem inappropriate (i.e. skulls, cross bones, characters). Socks must still comply with “Uniform Guidelines for All Grades”.
  • Ballet-style flats with or without a strap;
  • Slip-on shoes (such as Tom’s, etc.)
Boys

PANTS Logic School boys may wear pants that are NOT purchased through Lands’ End. In order to abide by the Trinity uniform guidelines, all pants must fit correctly and modestly, must be either solid Navy or Khaki with no patterns or other additions, and be made from chino cloth/twill fabric – no denim-like, spandex, cotton or other material. NO “cargo-style” pants are permitted.

SHOES Additional options for Logic School boys:

  • Shoes in ANY color or with patterns (i.e. checkers, flowers, plaid). Please no faces, pictures, words, or anything the administration would deem inappropriate (i.e. skulls, cross bones, characters). Socks must still comply with “Uniform Guidelines for All Grades”.
  • Slip-on shoes (such as Tom’s, etc.)

HAIR Hair must be natural, trimmed and neat. It must be cut short and off the collar in the back, above the ears, and above the brow line.

Updated August 2020