The primary purpose of the Prospect Ridge Academy dress code is to create a professional, safe, and respectful community where students can place their sole focus on learning.
The dress code is in effect from the start of the school day until students have completed all their activities for the day and have left the building. The Prospect Ridge Academy dress code will be strictly enforced. Students out of dress code will be asked to change into dress code clothes that the school provides.
Parents/students accept this Dress Code as a condition of attending PRA and will not argue its points with PRA Administration and staff. PRA Administration will determine whether a student is in compliance with the Dress Code. Parents/students recognize that PRA Administration may send a student home if the student’s appearance is not in compliance with the Dress Code or if the student appearance is inappropriate or distracting. Parents/students further understand that continued non- compliance of the Dress Code may result in disciplinary action.
K-8 Dress Code
High School Dress Code
Outerwear - Sweaters/Sweatshirts
Outerwear - Jackets
Spirit Days Dress Code
Student Council will determine a theme. Past themes include:
crazy hair, Hawaiian, 80’s, superhero, etc. On those theme days, students may dress according to the theme; participation is optional. If they choose not to participate, they must be in dress code. Some of these special spirit days are $1 for students to participate. Money raised goes toward groups’ activities, charities, and our sponsorship of a student in Africa.
All clothing must be neat, clean, and in good repair and without holes and frays.
Anything with words or images of violence, death or suggestive behavior is not acceptable.
Undergarments should not be visible.
Clothing that is too short, too tight, or too revealing is not acceptable.
Parents and students are expected to use their best judgment regarding jewelry and make-up.
Students are expected to remain in dress code during lunch. Prepare accordingly by bringing a
jacket or coat that meets dress code.