ALL STUDENTS MUST PURCHASE THE OFFICIAL UNIFORM FROM OUR OFFICIAL UNIFORM COMPANY,
AND ALL STUDENTS MUST BE FULLY UNIFORMED EVERY DAY.
In order to fulfill the Mission and Vision of Parker Performing Arts School, students are required to wear school uniforms. The school learning culture is significantly influenced by student attire. The intention of the school uniform is to promote learning, promote school unity and pride, to reduce peer pressure from clothing trends and styles, and to reduce disruption and disciplinary problems.
Our policy is intended to provide options in attire, to be conservative and modest, to minimize distractions, to be simple and easy to understand, and to maintain standards with as minimal financial impact on families as possible.
Parents are expected to regularly review the uniform policy with their student(s). Parents are expected to rigorously uphold and comply with the school uniform policy for and with their student(s), and strictly adhere to the complete uniform policy as a choice and condition of continual enrollment Parker Performing Arts School.
Uniforms may ONLY be purchased from our uniform vendor, Uniform Consignment, and must be the “Classroom School Uniform” brand. Unfortunately, there will be consequences for any child not wearing uniform vendor uniforms. Uniforms may be purchased during in person events or on the PPA website. Gently worn and previously owned uniforms will also be available to purchase or sell back to Uniform Consignment. Gently worn and previously owned uniforms from other charter schools may be sold to Uniform Consignment for cash or credit toward purchase of PPA uniforms. PPA has both day to day uniforms for the majority of school days, and one formal uniform designed to be worn on formal occasions, field trips, and some performances.
PPA official uniform colors are black for all bottoms. All tops are either black, heather gray, red, ballet pink, or white.
All questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The PPA Board of Directors will review the uniform policy at least one time annually during school summer break, and will consider any additions, alternatives, or changes in the policy.