School uniforms are required at Monticello Academy and are intended to allow students to
learn in a safe environment which fosters the learning process and is free from unnecessary
disruptions. Uniforms also improve school safety and discipline, help avoid the disruption
of the classroom atmosphere and decorum and prevent disturbances among students,
decrease violence and theft among students, and foster and promote desirable school
operating conditions and a positive educational environment.
Click the link below to see the individual uniform pieces and get more detailed descriptions.
It is YOUR responsibility to know and understand the uniform policy before finalizing purchases.
All uniforms must appear to be the same as those pictured and described on our school website.
Many vendors now have uniform options, but they change styles frequently and mayNOT be acceptable at Monticello Academy. (Examples: Kohl’s, Target, Gap, Old Navy, Children’s Place, Gymboree)
Please ask for clarifications from the school office staff or uniform committee (Aleece Winters, firstname.lastname@example.org).
The uniform policy is one example of Monticello Academy’s high standards of excellence in
conduct, safety, and student achievement. Uniforms are mandatory for all students.
Exemptions may be allowed in extenuating circumstances, such as students with physical
disabilities, to accommodate religious beliefs, or other special needs. Financial assistance
for obtaining uniforms may also be available for low income families. Decisions regarding
exemptions and financial assistance are made by the CEO.
When Uniforms are Required
Uniforms must be worn while on campus during school hours and on field trips, except
under special circumstances or as announced by a school administrator. Uniforms must be
worn for all school programs that are scheduled immediately before and after school, as
well as all tutoring and enrichment sessions, except on occasions when costumes or
specialized clothing may be required. Uniforms are not required for any evening or
weekend activities unless specified.
Uniform Policy Changes
From time to time, changes to the uniform dress code may be approved by the CEO or the
Board of Trustees. If certain changes are more restrictive than in the previous policy, the
Board of Trustees may authorize a grace period for compliance so that the changes are not
a hardship for MA families.
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