Monarch Annapolis requires uniforms. Research indicates that schools using uniforms have a stronger school culture and students perform better. We encourage our students to dress for success.
Pants: Khaki or navy colored pants, shorts, skirt, or skorts (no denim). Pants must be a uniform style (no cargo or “skinny” pants)
Dresses: One piece dresses or jumpers in either khaki or navy blue. Leggings in white, beige, navy, black or brown may be worn underneath. Shorts, skirts, and skirt slits should not be more than 2 inches above the knee.
Shirts: Polo shirt (short and long sleeve) navy blue, white, light blue or yellow. Long sleeve turtle neck or crew neck shirts in navy blue (preferred), white, or light blue Navy blue (preferred), white or light blue oxford shirts. Ties/bowties are optional.
Footwear: Socks in colors of white, beige, navy, black or brown Tights in colors of white, beige, navy, black or brown Close toed shoes – any color or style but must fit the following description:
- Canvas, leather, or synthetic leather uppers
- Soft-soled rubber bottoms
- Lace up, closed by Velcro, or elastic pulls
- Boots may be worn but must be covered by the pant leg – (do not tuck pants inside boots)
Please no shoes with wheels.
Sweaters & Sweatshirts: Navy blue only. No hooded sweaters, jackets, or sweatshirts allowed.
Layers: In the colder months, student may layer shirt items but all items must be either navy blue (preferred), white, or light blue
The garments below are NOT considered part of our school uniform, and are not to be worn in the classroom without permission:
Logo sweatshirts Sweatpants, jeans or leggings worn to school as part of the uniform T-shirts (except t-shirts with Monarch logos) Cargo pants with side pockets, sweat pants, skinny jeans, flip flops, open toed sandals, high heel shoes or any shoe that lights up or has wheels.
During winter months, snow boots may be worn to school but the uniform pant must be worn over-top – do not tuck pants inside.
We expect students to attend school wearing clothing that is clean, neat, and appropriate for a serious learning environment.
Additionally, students must remove sunglasses, excessive jewelry, coats, hats, caps, knit hats, bandannas and outdoor headgear (such as wool headbands) before entering the school building. Headgear may be confiscated if worn repeatedly in the building and held in the office for a parent to pick up. We believe strongly that students, just like adults, need a balance of both physical and mental activity, and to spend time in outside environments. Students will spend time in outdoor activities throughout the year, unless it is raining or there are extreme temperatures. Please provide your child with climate appropriate apparel and sunscreen as needed. Snow pants, boots, gloves, hats, and scarves may be kept at school during the winter months.