2022-23 Uniform Dress Code Policy
Approved by the Temecula Preparatory School Board of Directors on February 9, 2021 .
Temecula Preparatory School is a school of choice. In order to facilitate and maintain an effective, healthy and safe learning environment, the administration, staff, and parents of TPS have developed this Uniform Dress Code Policy (“Policy”). The purpose of this Policy is to prepare students for the business world, prevent distractions in class and on campus, and minimize the potential for competition between students. All students are expected to wear clothes that comply with this Policy to school each day, and on field trips, and are subject to the enforcement provisions of this Policy below. This Policy and the school’s uniform dress code is an important part of our students’ classical education, and is part of our Student and Family Compact.
This Policy has been adopted by the Board of Directors in compliance with the provisions of Article IX, section 5 of the California Constitution, and Assembly Bill 1575 (effective January 1, 2013), which prohibit the charging of any student fees for participation in an educational activity at a public school.
Changes to this dress code policy will not be implemented with less than six months’ notice to parents or guardians. The school will make available appropriate resources to assist any student who cannot afford a uniform that complies with the school’s uniform policy.
UNIFORM DRESS CODE
All clothing must fit appropriately and be conservative and modest. Excessively tight-fitting or loose-fitting items are not allowed. All items must match the color and descriptions listed below for each area of the dress code.
Please click here to read the school policy on the TPS website.
An interesting article from Circe Institute about dress code and classical education