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Student Uniforms

The goal of developing a uniform policy is to create an environment that is honoring to God and acknowledges the Lordship of Jesus Christ in our choices of dress. 

PCS’s uniform is designed to promote the following: 

  • a clean, neat, and orderly looking student body 
  • a unique and identifiable look for PCS students 
  • a learning environment that minimizes inappropriate clothing issues  
  • a reasonable balance between quality and cost so that the uniform requirement does not unduly burden parents financially. 

Uniforms should be clean and in good condition, and students are expected to be in uniform while at school unless told otherwise. The administration is responsible for the determination of the code. Enforcement of the code is the responsibility of parents, administration, faculty, and staff.

The Head of School will make the final determination on compliance with grooming and uniform standards.  If your child is out of uniform, an infraction notice will be e-mailed to the parent. Recurring violations will result in a meeting between the parents and the Head of School. 

No symbols, slogans, logos, or images that are contrary to the convictions of the school may be worn on any article of clothing, including hats, at school-sponsored events. This does not include any PCS logos on clothing. School sponsored events would include Spirit Week, no uniform days, and pep rallies. 

Embroidered shirts must be purchased from SquadLocker directly. Other items are available at a variety of retailers. General uniform purchasing information can be found here.

Please click on the following dress code information sheets as a guide to purchasing the correct uniforms.

Grammar Boys Dress Code

Grammar Girls Dress Code

Dialectic Young Ladies Dress Code

Dialectic/Rhetoric Young Men Dress Code

Rhetoric Young Ladies Dress Code

Accessories and Outerwear Dress Code (all grades)

House Wear/Spirit Wear Dress Code

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