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1141 N Sheffield Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46222

Uniform Policy

To improve the school’s educational environment, promote a more effective climate for learning, foster school unity and pride, and allow students to focus solely on learning and not on attire, the school has a dress policy for students that applies to all school days and school-sponsored events. The Leadership of Allegiant Prep reserves the right to address any item of clothing or appearance that detracts from the uniform policy/code. In all cases, Allegiant Prep has the right and the responsibility to determine what is appropriate.

Students who do not follow the guidelines appropriately will be given the missing item from his/her uniform to borrow for the day. Loaner uniform items will be collected before dismissal at the end of the day.

BOYS

shall wear:

  • Short sleeve/Long sleeve gold Allegiant Prep polo (Plain white, gray, or black short or long sleeve undershirts are allowed) OR Allegiant Prep T-shirt/Sweatshirt OR College T- Shirt or Sweatshirt
  • Navy Allegiant Prep branded cardigan (Optional)
  • * Students will not be permitted to wear a non-Allegiant Prep branded sweater/sweatshirt over their polo. Students may wear a sweater under their polo but that sweater can’t have a hood
  • Navy blue khaki pants or shorts
  • Socks with inappropriate language or images will not be permitted
  • Black belt or brown belt
  • Shoes – Closed toed (no sandals, shoes that roll, shoes that light up, shoes that make noise), flat, rubber-soled shoes

GIRLS

shall wear:

Short sleeve/Long sleeve gold Allegiant Prep polo (Plain white, gray, or black short or long sleeve undershirts are allowed.) OR Allegiant Prep T-shirt/Sweatshirt OR College T-Shirt or Sweatshirt

  • Navy Allegiant Prep branded cardigan (Optional)
  • Students will not be permitted to wear a non- Allegiant Prep sweater/sweatshirt over their polo.
  • Students may wear a sweater under their polo but that sweater can’t have a hood
  • Navy blue khaki pants, jumper, shorts, skirt or skort
  • Socks or leggings with inappropriate language or images will not be permitted
  • Black belt or brown belt (when wearing pants, shorts, skirt or skort that has belt loops and when belt is needed)
  • Shoes – Closed toed (no sandals, shoes that roll, shoes that light up, shoes that make noise), flat, rubber-soled shoes

Dress pants should be straight leg or regular fit, and not made of denim or jean material. They should not be ripped or frayed at the bottom. When students enter the school building, they must be in the proper uniform; they cannot change into the school uniform upon arrival. Students also may not change out of their uniform before dismissal, unless they are participants of an after- school elective that requires them to do so. At all times during the school day — including after- school — shirts must be tucked in.

  • Only uniform apparel may be worn. Additions such as scarves are not permitted.
  • Students must keep their full uniform on, even when school is not in session. They may not unbutton their shirts to expose an undershirt.

Hats, Hair, and Jewelry

Once students enter the school building, the wearing of hats, head wraps, bandanas, or nighttime headwear is not permitted unless it is in accordance with religious observation. Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building. Dyed hair or a hairstyle that serves as a distraction — at the determination of the school — will not be permitted.

Jewelry should be appropriate for a professional, school setting and may not serve, as a distraction to others or it will be communicated to the family that these items cannot be worn at school. Allegiant Prep students may wear small pieces of jewelry including a watch, stud earrings or hoops no larger than a quarter, a single bracelet and average- sized rings.

Personal Belongings

Students are not allowed to have the following items at school:

  • Any illegal substance
  • Weapons and toy weapons
  • Toys and blankets
  • PSPs, Nintendo DS or any other electronic gaming devices
  • MP3 Players
  • Cash in excessive amounts
  • Jewelry that is a distraction
  • Cellular Phones
  • Tablets
  • Smart Watches
  • Any electronic device that causes a distraction from learning.

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Students are encouraged to engage with and contribute to their communities. This aspect of the curriculum is aimed at fostering a sense of civic duty and social responsibility.

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