Uniforms

All students at 21st Century Preparatory School wear uniforms to promote a professional atmosphere and to keep the focus on learning.  By choosing to enroll at 21st Century, you are accepting that we are a uniform school and that you will be able to abide by the uniform policy.  At enrollment, parents and students sign an agreement that the dress code will be followed.  All students must wear the school uniform each day during school hours and when engaged in school-related activities off school property.  On most days, shirts will be allowed to remain untucked.  There will be occasions that students will be asked to tuck shirts and they should be prepared to do so when asked.  All clothing should be neat, clean, free of holes or tears, and fit properly.  Undergarments should not be visible.  Black or navy zip-front fleece jackets with the school logo may be worn.  Non-uniform coats, jackets, sweaters, sweatshirts, and footwear must be stored in assigned lockers.  From May 1 through October 1, students may wear shorts or skorts (females).  The length of the shorts should extend below the fingertips of the wearer when arms are extended toward the floor with hands at the side.

 

Uniform shirts may ONLY be purchased at the school.  Forms are available below or at the front desk.

21st CPS Polos: $12-$16

21st CPS Fleece Jacket: $19 (Must be pre-ordered & paid)

Uniform Order Form-English

Uniform Order Form-Spanish

The following items are not allowed with our daily dress code:

  • Hats
  • Decorative scarves
  • Excessive makeup
  • Excessive jewelry
  • Thigh-high hosiery
  • Leggings, joggers, yoga pants, or sweatpants
  • Denim
  • Cargo pants or shorts
  • Oversized belt buckles
  • Sandles or flip flops
  • High heels
  • Snow boots
  • Shoes with wheels
  • Footwear above the ankle
  • Slippers
  • Light-up shoes
  • Moccasins

The first two Fridays of each month are designated as casual day fundraisers.  A casual day means students may wear shirts of their choice with blue or black jeans (no holes or rips), and athletic shoes. All students in 4K through eighth grade may participate by donating $1.00 each time.  The money earned on the first Friday of each month will go to a designated charity.  The money earned on the second Friday of each month will benefit a different grade level to help offset field trip costs.  On the last Friday of the month, students who received a character award during the month may wear casual attire.   

Throughout the year, students can earn other non-uniform days through Class Dojo rewards or by winning the Golden Awards.