For the past fifteen+ years, all College Park students have worn a uniform to school. Uniforms eliminate all the "I don't know what to wear" discussions and show school spirit. Students know when they put on their uniform, it is time to learn and grow. It eliminates the "too short, too tight, too baggy" questions and has been very successful at College Park. Students who arrive inappropriately dressed may be asked to go change. Parents with questions about the uniform or dress code are encouraged to contact the school principal.
White polo shirts and dark navy blue pants/shorts/skirts are our uniform colors.
|Pants||Navy blue, preferably twill or corduroy||Navy blue, preferably twill or corduroy||Jeans, excessively baggy pants, yoga pants or sweats are not permitted|
|Shorts||Navy blue, preferably twill or corduroy||Navy blue, preferably twill or corduroy||Excessively short skirts or shorts are not permitted, even with leggings. 5” in-seam required|
|n/a||Navy blue, preferably twill or corduroy||Target, Costco and JCPennys have great skirts, skorts (skirt/shorts combination), and jumpers.|
|White polo or button down shirt, not t-shirts.||Solid white polo or button down blouse, not t-shirts.||Shirts with large logo, signs, or T-shirts are not permitted except COLLEGE PARK T-SHIRTS!
(For sale by our PTA)
|Solid navy blue pullover or cardigan||Solid navy blue pullover or cardigan||
Students may not wear hoods or hats in class or during assemblies but are encouraged for sun protection outside. College Park sweatshirts are great!!
|Jackets||Solid navy blue pullover or cardigan||Solid navy blue pullover or cardigan||COLLEGE PARK JACKETS and VESTS available by special order in August.|
|Shoes||Rubber soled with closed toes||Rubber soled with closed toes||No flip-flops or open-toed sandals. We have PE everyday!|
Please mark all coats, jackets, sweaters, sweatshirts and backpacks so we can return lost items to you: Child’s name, first and last, and room number please.
Our lost and found is by the lunch court. We leave items by classrooms for several days, hoping students will recognize their belongings. Items left over 90 days are donated to charity.