-EAGLE Uniforms –

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Collette’s Uniform Company

5212 W. Camelback Rd
Phoenix, AZ

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Source Code: QS5DYCN

Uniform Expectations

(EAGLE College Prep South Mountain Campus Family Handbook 2018-2019, page 14-16)

We want to create a culture of excellence which is evidenced by the appearance of our building, staff, and students. When our students present themselves with a high standard of dress, they maintain that they are working toward future success. Therefore, the following uniform expectations have been set in place:

  • General Appearance Guidelines:
  • Uniforms must fit appropriately, free of holes, rips, tears or stains
  • Uniform shirts must be tucked in
  • Tasteful, natural colored make-up is allowed only in 7th – 8th grades
  • Fingernails may be painted tastefully with solid, non-fluorescent colors (no artificial nails)
  • Hair color must be natural
  • Accessories:
  • Jewelry is limited to one watch, one bracelet and earrings that do not extend below the earlobe by more than ¼ in.
  • No visible piercings, real or fake tattoos
  • Hair bows must be navy, light blue, white, and/or purple (enforcement begins January 1, 2019)
  • Hats may be worn for outdoor physical education and recess; they must be solid white, navy, light blue, or purple (enforcement begins January 1, 2019)*
  • Required Top:
  • Polo shirt with EAGLE logo (only available for purchase through EAGLE identified vendors)
  • A long-sleeved solid colored white or navy t-shirt or turtleneck may be worn under the EAGLE polo shirt (enforcement begins January 1, 2019)*
  • White or navy solid colored sweaters with no hoods may be worn over the EAGLE polo shirt (enforcement begins January 1, 2019)*
  • Friday College/University Day – students have the option to either wear their usual uniform top or a shirt that promotes a specific university or college and be one of the following:
    • Short or long-sleeved t-shirt (no player jerseys)
    • Polo shirt
    • Sweatshirt (with no hoods)
    • Sweater
    • Button-up shirt

*sweaters and hats of any color shall continue to be allowed for outside until the end of December. Any shirt worn under the EAGLE polo shall continue to include black until the end of December.

  • Required Bottom:
  • Solid-colored khaki or navy colored uniform bottoms available at any retailer
  • Pants (e.g., flat front, pleated twill, no cargo pockets)
  • Shorts* (e.g., Bermuda, no cargo pockets)
  • Scooters/Skorts*
  • Jumpers*

*Shorts, scooters/skorts, and jumpers must be no more than two inches above the knee.  If tights or leggings are worn, the shorts, scooters/skorts, and jumpers must be at least fingertip length when the student’s arms are at his/her side.

  • Socks:
  • Solid white, black, brown, or navy colored socks must be worn
  • Solid white, black, brown, or navy colored tights or leggings may be worn in place of socks
  • Belt: (Grades 2-8 only)
  • A belt must be worn if the uniform bottom has belt loops or had belt loops at any time
  • Belt must be plain, solid color in either black or brown
  • No large belt buckles, rhinestones, studs, decorations, etc
  • Shoes:
  • Closed-toe athletic or dress shoes may only be worn
  • Shoes may not contain characters (e.g., Dora, Ninja Turtles), lights, rhinestones, glitter, neon/bright colors, wheels, heels (including platforms), etc
  • Boots and sandals are not allowed
  • Shoes should be solid white, black, brown, or navy in color, but may contain a logo, trademark, or stitching of an alternate approved shoe color. (solid gray is also an accepted shoe color)
  • Shoelaces must be solid white, black, brown, gray or navy


  • Realizing that it is not possible to create standards that address all scenarios of appropriate dress for students, the school administration reserves the right to forbid any form of fashion deemed inappropriate and/or disruptive to the educational process. It is recommended that any questionable shoe or uniform component be approved prior to purchase.  The administration’s decision is final.


  • Uniform Violations

Staff will take action when students are not meeting uniform expectations.  One or more of the following consequences may be issued: teacher/staff assigned consequence, community service, Think Time worksheet (removal from activity to complete), referral to administration, parent/guardian meeting, telephone call to parent/guardian (to bring the correct uniform attire), in-school suspension, and/or out-of-school suspension.


Dress code violations will be addressed in the following manner:

  • 1st – 2nd violations
    • Parent notification for each violation (copy of Uniform Violation Notice). Parents are responsible for assisting their scholar to be in uniform compliance.
  • 3rd and more violations may include
    • Parent notification for each violation (copy a of the Uniform Violation Notice)
    • Phone Call Home
    • Appropriate disciplinary action may be taken dependent on the situation

(Students may be offered a polo shirt, belt, etc. if available to temporarily resolve the issue. The borrowed item must be washed and returned to the office the next school day.  If the item cannot be provided by the school, the parents will be called and asked to bring the proper attire. Depending on the severity of the violation, the student may not be able participate in class until he/she is in proper uniform.)