Uniforms

Students at Founders Classical Academy of Dallas wear uniforms to eliminate distractions, level the playing field, and remind ourselves of the importance of our academic work. Students should dress and groom themselves in a manner which is traditional, modest, and not disruptive of the school’s intellectual life.

Students must be in uniform to attend classes. Students not found to be in uniform compliance will be documented and referred to the office. For repeated minor, non-distracting uniform issues, students may lose privileges such as recess. Major uniform violations may be sent to the office and to call a parent or guardian to bring them acceptable attire. If acceptable attire is not brought to the school, students will be sent home. These absences will not be excused.


K-2 Ladies-Uniform Components

  • Hunter Green School Polo, long sleeve or short sleeve, with School Crest
  • Navy Pleated or Flat Front Uniform Skirt or Jumper-Not shorter than 2” above the knee.
  • Navy Uniform Pants
  • Black shoes
  • Navy or White Socks


K-2 Gentlemen-Uniform Components

  • Hunter Green School Polo, long sleeve or short sleeve, with School Crest
  • Navy Uniform Pants
  • Navy Uniform Shorts (Optional)-(May be worn August –November, and March-June)
  • White Tee Shirt (Optional)
  • Black shoes
  • Navy Socks
  • Black Belt


K-2 Ladies and Gentlemen-Optional Uniform Components

  • Solid Navy or Hunter Green Cardigan Sweater with School Crest
  • No hoods or jackets are allowed in the classroom during instruction


K-2 Ladies and Gentlemen-PE Uniform

(K-2 Students do not dress out for PE, but should have PE Shoes to change into)

  • Tennis Shoes-solid black or white


Uniform and Grooming Standards

  • All school shirts must be tucked in.
  • Skirts shall fall no higher than + 2 inches above the knee as measured when the student is standing.
  • Students may use any backpack as long as it is clean and tasteful and does not depict popular cartoons, pop-singers, or Hollywood characters.
  • Hair must be clean, neat, and styled traditionally. Only natural colors are allowed. No unusual or radical hairstyles.
  • All girls’ and boys’ polo shirts may have the top button unbuttoned. All other buttons must be buttoned.
  • Modest jewelry is allowed. An object that has a purpose other than jewelry cannot be worn as jewelry, (e.g.chains or collars). Girls may wear no more than one necklace at one time. Chokers are not allowed. Girls may wear one earring per ear, on the earlobe, and it must not be larger than a dime. No stretched piercings (gauge) or holes may be visible. Boys will not be permitted to wear earrings.
  • Hair bows should not be larger than 3 inches and should match uniform colors.
  • No gel nails, Next Gen, or acrylic nails are allowed.
  • Nail polish should be a natural color. Bright nail polish colors are not allowed.
  • Tattoos must be covered at all times.
  • Makeup must look natural. Black nail polish and lipstick are not acceptable.
  • No hats or sunglasses in class. Hats include visors and bandanas. Religious headgear is allowed.
  • Chewing gum is not allowed.
  • Good personal hygiene is expected at all times. This includes wearing neat, clean clothing. Strong/offensive body odors or excessive use of perfumes or cologne are inappropriate.


Academy Crest

Our school crest artistically represents the core principles and ideas Founders professes. Placed on a gold shield, the symbol of nobility, character, and honor, is a white stone tower. The tower is supported by two base stones representing wonder and imagination. There are thirteen stones in the body of the tower, each representing a different grade and core virtue, kindergarten through twelfth grade. At the top of the tower are five stones, with three stones in the middle of the tower representing the good, the beautiful, and the true, and the end stones representing civic virtue and classical education. The tower sits on a field of dark green, representing life, innocence, and hope. Behind the tower is a dark blue sky with seven stars representing the world of knowledge and wisdom and the seven liberal arts— logic, grammar, and rhetoric-the trivium, and astronomy, music, arithmetic, and geometry,-the quadrivium.