To best meet the mission of North Davis Preparatory Academy, the following uniform guidelines have been established. This uniform will enhance the learning environment of our students and cultivate an atmosphere of discipline, equality, and respect.
To be worn for all field trips and on other specifically designated occasions. This uniform includes a solid white top (with or without the school logo) and solid navy bottoms that are not denim (or fabrics that appear to be denim).
Clothing may be purchased wherever appropriate styles are available.
Blue or navy blue denim pants or shorts that go to the knee, without holes, may be worn on Casual Fridays. Tops should be regular uniform shirts or “spirit shirts” (Fun Run shirts, hoodies, or any school sponsored NDPA shirt). All other uniform regulations apply.
On free dress days, students are still expected to dress in a manner that positively impacts the learning environment. Clothing must be modest, tasteful, and it must not compromise safety standards for our students. The following standards include:
- Shorts and skirts need to be consistent with NDPA Uniform Policy.
- No tank tops.
- No baggy pants.
- No bare or stocking feet.
- No open toe or heeled shoes. No “Heelies.”
- No clothing which displays obscene, vulgar, lewd, or sexually explicit words, messages, or pictures.
- No clothing that exposes bare midriffs, buttocks, or undergarments.
- No clothing assumed or perceived as gang-related.
On $ dress day, students may pay $1 to wear non-uniform clothing of their choice. This is optional. All proceeds go toward the cost of field trips throughout the year. $ dress days are the 1st Friday of every month and can be paid in advance for the entire school year. Students are still expected to dress in a manner that positively impacts the learning environment. Clothing must be modest, tasteful, and must not compromise safety standards for our students. The following standards include:
Administration Has Discretion
This policy is intended to create a framework to meet the purpose as stated at the beginning of this policy. As styles change, or if questions arise, the school administration, as the Board of Directors’ designee, has the authority to determine if a student’s dress is in keeping with this policy.