Quest Academy believes a mandatory school uniform policy will provide a more secure school environment, promote an atmosphere conducive to appropriate discipline with a minimum need for ongoing intervention and an increase in learning opportunities for students by removing many of the distractions and negative or disruptive connotations associated with various types of clothing.
All students are required to wear uniforms. Parents are responsible for ensuring that their children wear the designated school uniform clothing as outlined below.
Students may also wear navy/red plaid #36 for skirts, shorts, scooters, dresses, jumpers, cross ties, and neck ties. This is a very specific, school-uniform plaid and can be found with numerous vendors including Sears, Land’s End, French Toast, Academy Attire, and others.
On free dress days, students are still expected to dress in a manner that positively impacts the learning environment. Clothing must be modest, tasteful, and it must not compromise safety standards for our students. The following standards include:
Administration Has Discretion
This policy is intended to create a framework to meet the purpose as stated at the beginning of this policy. As styles change, or if questions arise, the school administration, as the Board of Directors’ designee, has the authority to determine if a student’s dress is in keeping with this policy.
Infractions of the Quest Academy Uniform Policy will be addressed in the Safe Schools Policy.