Kingsley's Uniform Policy

  • Uniforms are to be worn every day except for designated Dress Down Days or special days. The faculty and Student Council will determine these dates. If a student chooses not to participate on the designated dress down day, he or she must wear a uniform that day and will not be allowed to a “makeup special day.”
  • Uniform shirts need to be tucked in at all times.
  • The length of skirts, jumpers, and shorts will be within 3 inches of the knee. 
  • Students may wear Girl Scout or Boy Scout uniforms to school on the day of their meetings. They need to wear the top and bottom to the uniform. No jeans.
  • The DeKalb County School dress code will apply at all times.
  • Uniforms will be kept clean and in good repair.
  • Uniform assistance is available if needed. Please contact the principal for details.
  • All students must purchase a red Kingsley School t-shirt. This t-shirt must be worn on field trip days and may be worn on designated dress down days.
  • On Kingsley Dress Down days, students are permitted to wear either Kingsley t-shirts or non-uniform attire. DeKalb County dress standards apply at all times. Dress Down Days are scheduled periodically throughout the year and may be granted to a class as a special reward.

Tops for Boys and Girls

  • Color Options: Solids only--white, navy or red
  • Polo-type shirts with collars and buttons in both long and short sleeves. No symbols or text.
  • Boys may choose to wear a dress shirt with a button-down collar with long or short sleeves.
  • Girls may wear a Peter Pan blouse (round collar) or button-down collar with long or short sleeves.
  • The only exception to the no symbols rule are shirts emblazoned with the official Kingsley logo. Shirts with the school logo are optional and are available from school-approved vendors (Land's End).

Bottom Choices for Boys

  • No jeans or denim-style fabrics.
  • Slacks in navy or khaki. Slacks are defined as dress pants, having no exterior pockets.
  • Shorts in navy or khaki. Shorts are defined as dress shorts, having no exterior pockets.

Bottom Choices for Girls

  • No jeans or denim-style fabrics.
  • Slacks in navy or khaki. Slacks are defined as dress pants, having no exterior pockets. 
  • Shorts in navy or khaki. Shorts are defined as dress shorts, having no exterior pockets.
  • Skorts in navy or khaki. 
  • Jumper in navy or khaki.  

Shoes and Socks

  • On PE days, students must wear some type of tennis shoe (sport or athletic shoe of any kind). These shoes must not have heels. Students can choose to wear tennis shoes every day.  If they wear another type of shoe on non-PE days, they should have rubber soles and closed toes. These rules were set for the safety of our children; leather soles can be very slippery. 
  • Crocs® or similar, non-traditional shoe types are prohibited.
  • Shoes with heels or wheels are not considered acceptable uniform attire.
  • Socks must be worn every day. Socks, tights, and leggings may be red, white, navy, black, brown or gray.

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