Dress Code

Our standard dress for young men consists of:

  • Khaki, gray, black, or navy uniform pants (belted and worn at waist)
  • Black, white, gray, navy, or light blue oxford shirt or Polo shirt (IAE-CFA logo shirts may be purchased at the front office, but are not required)
  • Long-sleeved and short-sleeved t-shirts underneath must be black, white, gray, navy, or light blue.
  • Solid color black, white, gray, navy, or light blue sweater/jacket or sweater vest with an approved color uniform shirt underneath. Hoods are not permitted.
  • Brown or black belt (grades 3-5)

Our standard dress for young ladies consists of:

  • Solid navy, solid gray, or solid khaki jumper, skirt, or skort
  • Khaki, gray, black, or navy uniform pants (belted and worn at waist)
  • Black, white, gray, navy, or light blue oxford shirt or a black, white, gray, navy, or light blue Polo shirt (IAE-CFA logo shirts may be purchased at the front office, but are not required)
  • Solid color black, white, gray, navy, or light blue sweater/jacket or sweater vest with an approved color uniform shirt underneath. Hoods are not permitted.
  • Black, white, gray, navy, or light blue oxford shirt or Polo shirt (IAE-CFA logo shirts may be purchased at the front office, but are not required)
  • Black, white, gray, navy, or light blue tights

NOTE: Starting August 2016, shorts and capri pants are not part of the school uniform and may not be worn to school.

Students will not be permitted to wear the following items to school:

  • Coats or sweatshirts inside of the building
  • Sandals (unless specified for a special activity)
  • Clothing bearing any logos, messages, or other insignia – other than IAE-CFA logo
  • Shorts, capri pants, or any other non-standard length trousers
  • Trousers that are oversized, low-rise, baggy, or inappropriately altered
  • Hats, bandanas, scarves, hoods, excessive jewelry, visible body piercing
  • Earrings worn can only be stud style limited to one pair
  • Visible body art

Hair: All students’ hair must be neat, clean and well groomed. Hairstyles should not create a safety or health hazard or interfere with the environment of the school.

Jewelry, Body Piercing, Tattoos: No other body piercing is permitted. Visible tattoos are prohibited. Any tattoos, temporary or permanent, must be covered before the student is permitted to attend class. Jewelry should not interfere with the educational environment of the school.