Uniforms

Uniform Providers

Land’s End School Uniforms

School #900172404

Totally Stitched Embroidery

311 Bramble Dr.

Cedar Park, TX 78613

Phone: (512) 535-0119

sales@totallystitchedembroidery.com

Uniform Policy

In our appearance we show our opinions about ourselves, show respect for what we are doing, and respect those with whom we spend our time. We dress up when we take something or someone seriously, and through our appearance we communicate that respect. Clothes can distract and prevent others from devoting their energy and attention to their schoolwork. Our goal is to minimize such distractions and to foster a healthy respect for school, for teachers, for fellow students, and for ourselves.

All students are required to be in their proper uniform whenever they are on campus before, during, and after the normal school day. If students are not in their proper uniform, they will not be allowed to attend class until the problem is fixed. We will have extra uniforms in the main office for students to borrow for the day. A student who is repeatedly out of uniform will be disciplined.

Interpreting the Uniform Policy

The lists below explain the uniform options for students in each grade. On most days, students can choose tops and bottoms from among two or three colors and styles. On Formal Wednesdays, the uniform policy is more specific.

The regular dress code must be observed during school hours, and personal appearance guidelines must be observed whenever a student is on campus or representing Founders Classical Academy off campus.

There are always questions regarding whether a particular item is within dress code. Generally speaking, if the following information does not explicitly state that a student may wear something, he or she may not.


What is Formal Wednesday?

Every Wednesday students, staff, and faculty will dress up in an effort to achieve excellence as a school, beginning with excellence in personal appearance. Formal Wednesday will be observed by the whole school at once.

On Formal Wednesday girls will wear Founders Classical Academy plaid. Girls in Grades K-3 wear jumpers, and girls in Grades 4 and up wear skirts. Boys wear khaki or navy blue pants, or shorts if it is hot. Beginning in 4thgrade, boys wear navy blue ties. Students in 4th-12th grade who were on the previous quarter’s Honor Roll may wear ties in Founders Classical Academy plaid.

Students are welcome to wear their Formal Wednesday uniforms throughout the week if they so choose.

Girls' Uniforms by Grade

All of these items are available for purchase through Parker Uniforms and Land’s End, but you may wish to purchase khaki or navy blue bottoms, white Oxford shirts, and accessories elsewhere. Polo shirts may be embroidered at Totally Stitched Embroidery.

Visual Guide to Girls' Uniforms

K-3 Girls Uniforms

4-12 Girls Uniforms

Personal Appearance and Accessories for Girls

Students should observe all personal grooming guidelines while on campus and while representing or supporting Founders Classical Academy. This includes before and after school, during afternoon practices, and at school sporting events, including off-campus games and meets.

Shirts should be tucked in at all times, and students should strive for a neat and respectable appearance. Students should avoid overly tight clothing, cargo shorts, cargo pants, and overly skinny or baggy pants. Girls’ skirts should be no shorter than 2 inches above the knee, and shorts should be no shorter than 3 inches above the knee. No undergarments should be visible.

Hair should be clean and well groomed. Unnatural hair coloring or streaking are not permitted. Words, symbols, and designs shaved into hair are not allowed. Students should not wear dreadlocks, and girls should not wear hairstyles where the scalp is shaved.

Hair Accessories

Girls should choose hair accessories that are in the school colors–red, white, or navy blue–or Founders Classical Academy plaid.

Jewelry

Tongue rings and other visible body piercings, including nose and eyebrow rings, are not allowed. No gauges may be worn in pierced ears, and students may not wear grills on teeth. Girls may wear earrings that are simple studs or hanging earrings, provided that they hang no lower than 1⁄4 inch below the earlobe. Girls may wear no more than two earrings per ear.

Makeup

Girls in grades 6 and up may wear makeup that is natural in appearance and not distracting. Visible body tattoos and body art are not allowed.

K-3rd Grade Girls Uniform

Bottoms

Plaid jumper

Khaki shorts

Khaki pants

Khaki jumper

Navy blue shorts

Navy blue pants

Navy blue jumper

Tops

White knit polo with Archer logo (cap, short, or long sleeve)

Navy blue knit polo with Archer logo (cap, short, or long sleeve)

White Peter Pan blouse

Formal Wednesdays

Plaid jumper

White Peter Pan blouse

Outerwear

Navy blue cardigan, jacket, or zip-up sweatshirt (no pullovers)

Navy blue vest

Shoes and Socks

Tennis or dress shoes in white, gray, black, navy blue, or brown

High or low solid colored socks in black, white, navy blue, or red

Solid colored tights in black, white, navy blue, or red

4th-12th Grade Girls Uniform

Bottoms

Plaid skirt

Khaki shorts

Khaki pants

Khaki skirt

Navy blue shorts

Navy blue pants

Navy blue skirt

with pants or shorts, a brown, black, or Founders plaid belt

Tops

White knit polo with Archer logo (cap, short, or long sleeve)

Navy blue knit polo with Archer logo (cap, short, or long sleeve)

White Oxford blouse

Formal Wednesdays

Plaid skirt

White Oxford blouse

Navy blue necktie

Founders Classical Academy plaid necktie (for students on the previous quarter’s honor roll)

Outerwear

Navy blue cardigan, jacket, or zip-up sweatshirt (no pullovers)

Navy blue vest

Shoes and Socks

Tennis or dress shoes in white, gray, black, navy blue, or brown

High or low solid colored socks in black, white, navy blue, or red

Solid colored tights in black, white, navy blue, or red

Boys' Uniforms

All of these items are available for purchase through Parker Uniforms and Land’s End, but you may wish to purchase khaki or navy blue bottoms, white Oxford shirts, and accessories elsewhere. Polo shirts may be embroidered at Totally Stitched Embroidery.

Visual Guide to Boys' Uniforms

K-3 Boys Uniforms

4-12 Boys Uniforms

Personal Appearance and Accessories for Boys

Students should observe all personal grooming guidelines while on campus and while representing or supporting Founders Classical Academy. This includes before and after school, during afternoon practices, and at school sporting events, including off-campus games and meets.

Shirts should be tucked in at all times, and students should strive for a neat and respectable appearance. Students should avoid overly tight clothing, cargo shorts, cargo pants, and overly skinny or baggy pants. No undergarments should be visible.

Hair should be clean and well groomed. Unnatural hair coloring or streaking are not permitted. Words, symbols, and designs shaved into hair, including facial hair, are not allowed. Students should not wear dreadlocks and boys’ hair should not touch the collar of the shirt when the boy is standing. Sideburns should be neatly trimmed and extend no longer than the bottom of the earlobe. Boys must be clean-shaven. Boys are not to wear hairbands or put their hair into a bun or ponytail.

Tongue rings and other visible body piercings, including nose and eyebrow rings, are not allowed. No gauges may be worn in pierced ears, and students may not wear grills on teeth. Boys may not wear earrings.

Visible body tattoos and body art are not allowed.

K-3rd Grade Boys Uniform

Bottoms

Khaki shorts

Khaki pants

Navy blue shorts

Navy blue pants

Tops

White oxford shirt (short or long sleeve)

White knit polo with Archer logo (short or long sleeve)

Navy knit polo with Archer logo (short or long sleeve)

Formal Wednesdays

Khaki or navy blue pants or shorts

White Oxford shirt (short or long sleeve)

Outerwear

Navy blue cardigan, jacket, or zip-up sweatshirt (no pullovers)

Navy blue vest

Shoes and Socks

Tennis or dress shoes in white, gray, black, navy blue, or brown

High or low solid colored socks in black, white, navy blue, or red

4th-12th Grade Boys Uniform

Bottoms

Khaki shorts

Khaki pants

Navy blue shorts

Navy blue pants

Brown or black belt

Tops

White oxford shirt (short or long sleeve)

White knit polo with Archer logo (short or long sleeve)

Navy blue knit polo with Archer logo (short or long sleeve)

Formal Wednesdays

White Oxford shirt (short or long sleeve)

Khaki or navy blue pants or shorts

Brown or black belt

Navy blue tie or bowtie

Founders Classical Academy plaid tie or bowtie (for students on the previous quarter’s honor roll)

Outerwear

Navy blue cardigan, jacket, or zip-up sweatshirt (no pullovers)

Navy blue vest

Shoes and Socks

Tennis or dress shoes in white, gray, black, navy blue, or brown

High or low solid colored socks in black, white, navy blue, or red

PE Clothing (6th-12th)

PE Clothing (6-12)

Students in grades K-5 will not change clothes for PE. Students in grades 6 and up will be required to bring a gym uniform for PE class. Shorts should be of modest length. All athletic clothing should be in a solid color. Shorts should be navy blue or black and may bear three white stripes. Athletic pants should be loose fitting. T-shirts should be navy blue, black, white, gray, or red. No athletic clothing should bear pictures or words, except for small brand logos.

PE clothes will be kept in the student’s locker in Building 3 during the school day. All clothing is to be removed from the locker rooms in Building 1 immediately after PE class.

PE shoes should be court or cross training shoes in solid white, gray, or black, or a combination thereof. Shoes with brightly colored soles, stripes, or other colorful markings are not allowed. Running shoes that meet the above requirements may be worn but are prone to causing ankle turns in the team sport segments. Socks and shoelaces should be solid white, gray, or black.

Students may wear Founders Classical Academy spirit wear during PE if they choose. These items will be available for purchase from the Archers Council.

Backpacks, Lunchboxes, Water Bottles, and Bags (K-12th)

Backpacks, Lunchboxes, Water Bottles, and Bags (K-12)

Students are welcome to bring any backpack, lunchbox, or bag they like. Please ensure that all backpacks, lunchboxes, and bags are free of patches, pins, and vulgar or distracting messages.

We encourage students to bring water bottles, including insulated water bottles, to school so that they can stay hydrated and cool during recess and while outside. Students may not bring anything other than water in their water bottles, including juice, soda, or milk.

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