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UNIFORM REQUIREMENTS

HIGH SCHOOL/ MIDDLE SCHOOL

Uniform Policy Overview
  • The uniform promotes an atmosphere of equality in a multi-cultural setting.
  • The uniform assures that students dress with modesty and in good taste reflecting sensitivity to local culture.
  • The uniform encourages students to appear tidy, comfortable, and well groomed.
  • Students must be in school uniform when coming to or leaving the campus.
  • Students must strictly adhere to the uniform when representing the school on field trips. Students, on certain field trips where it is deemed appropriate, may dress in formal business attire with the permission of the principal.

Standard Uniform Dress
  • Students will be required to wear clothing purchased through the school store. This includes bottoms and tops (polos, blouses, vests, and hoodie pullovers).
  • Seniors may design one additional polo shirt in a colour and logo approved by the administration.
  • T-Shirts or exposed under shirts must be the colour of the polo shirt.
  • Belts must be black or blue.
  • Clothing should be relaxed in fit so as to provide comfort while seated in class.
  • Young women: skirts or dresses must be below the knee in length and if the skirt has a slit/split it cannot be above the knee. Pants may be mid-calf or full length.
  • Young Men: full length pants.
  • If a winter coat is needed between the winter months of December-February, it may not be worn in the classrooms.
  • Young women may wear the hajab providing that it is either navy blue, black or white.
  • Prohibitions.
  • Baggy trousers, torn clothing, ill fitted clothing.
  • Items of clothing that depict ethnicity or nationality.
  • Hats, caps or sunglasses in the classrooms.
  • Pictures or writing on the skin.
  • Logos, or slogans, which in the opinion of the school are lewd, demeaning, bigoted, sexist, or in any other way offensive.
  • Loud and colourful makeup including lipstick and nail polish.
  • Shoulders, knees, midriffs and waists are to be covered at all times.
  • Shirts and blouses that expose under- garments when bending, crouching, or sitting.

Grooming
  • Hair should be well groomed and natural in color.
  • Men's hair must be shorter than shoulder length.

Jewelry
  • Girls may wear no more than 2 pairs of small non dangling earrings.
  • Men may not wear earrings.

Non-Standard Dress Days
  • The "Prohibitions" listed above apply to all school days including relaxed dress days and spirit days unless otherwise specified. Spirit days will be scheduled throughout the school year.
  • At school on the last Thursday of each month there will be a relaxed dress day.
  • Young men may wear either full length pants or pants that cover the knees on relaxed dress days.

Consequences for Infringing the Uniform
  • If a dress code violation cannot be corrected in the classroom the student will be sent to the office and issued a detention.
  • Students will be loaned or sold appropriate clothing, if it is available, so that they can return to class promptly.
  • Students who are unable to borrow or purchase appropriate clothing shall return home to change or have appropriate clothing delivered to the school.
  • Frequent or flagrant infringements of the dress code will be considered non- compliance as described in the student code of conduct.
  • Students are responsible to make up all work missed while they were out of class and responsible to obtain and act on any notices given during that time.

Physical Education Dress Code
  • Non-marking sports shoes designed for running activities.
  • Students must purchase PE clothing through the school store. This includes pants/shorts, and a top.
  • A sports bag for storing regular clothes along with deodorant. The sports bag should be carried with the student to the designated class area.
  • PE attire is not permitted to be worn in any class (including homeroom) other than PE.

Elementary School
  • Pre K students must wear school issue red AIS logo shirts and classic navy pants.
  • Grades KG1-5 students must wear school issue white AIS logo shorts and classic navy pants or skirts.
  • Students must purchase all clothing, including PE clothing through the school store. This includes pants/shorts, and a top.
  • A sports bag for storing regular clothes along with deodorant. The sports bag should be carried with the student to the designated class area.
  • PE attire is not permitted to be worn in any class (including homeroom) other than PE.

Dress Restrictions
  • Baggy trousers, torn clothing, ill fitted clothing.
  • Items of clothing that depict ethnicity or nationality.
  • Hats, caps or sunglasses in the classrooms.
  • Logos, or slogans, which in the opinion of the school are lewd, demeaning, bigoted, sexist, or in any other way offensive.
  • Shoulders, knees, midriffs and waists are to be covered at all times.