Dress Code

Dress Code

ADV’s uniform company is French Toast. Dance uniform (see below under “Dance Days”) may be purchased from The Dance Shoppe.

Academie Da Vinci’s Standard Student Attire Policy was established to eliminate distractions, promote a positive learning environment, and help students take the work of school seriously. Our uniform vendor is French Toast.

Bottoms

  • Pants may be khaki, denim, black, or navy (clean, ironed, free of holes and rips, no sequins, logos, or frays). Bottoms may be purchased from the French Toast website or any other store. No logos, writing etc. Shorts, skorts, capris, skirts, jumpers, and polo dresses must be knee length (khaki, navy, or denim).  Solid colored (navy, black, white) bike shorts or leggings may be worn underneath.

Tops: 

All ADV tops can be purchased from the school’s vendor, French Toast.

  • ADV logo polos (navy blue, red, light blue, purple and pink) are mandatory. Girls’ and unisex cut are both available. 
  • ADV  logo t-shirts  are optional.
  • ADV Sweatshirts (navy blue) are available for purchase on French Toast.  
  • ADV Jackets may be purchased at French Toast. Other jackets are allowed but must be solid in color with no logos.  

PE Uniforms: 

Shoes:

  • Sneakers with socks must be worn at all times (except when on the dance floor). Dress shoes are appropriate for special occasions which will be announced. NOT ALLOWED: knee-high sneakers, sandals, platforms, flip-flops, boots, boat shoes, “Maryjane’s”, and “Heelys”. 

Dance Dress Code

Boys Dancewear – Black t-shirt and black pants (must have some stretch, spandex, etc…) or black basketball shorts. Black slip-on leather jazz shoes are required.

Girls Dancewear – Black Short or Long Sleeved Solid (no mesh or cut-outs) with a pair of plain black ankle or capri length leggings (no mesh or cut-outs). Tan slip-on leather jazz shoes are required.

Hair must be pulled securely back into a bun (preferred) or a neat ponytail. Those with hair too short to pull into a bun or ponytail should wear their hair half up/half down or wear a headband to keep hair neatly off the face. 

Boys Dancewear – Black t-shirt and black pants (must have some stretch, spandex, etc…) or black basketball shorts. Black slip-on leather jazz shoes are required.

Girls Dancewear – Black Short or Long Sleeved Solid (no mesh or cut-outs) with a pair of plain black ankle or capri length leggings (no mesh or cut-outs). Black slip-on leather jazz shoes are required. 

Hair must be pulled securely back into a bun (preferred) or a neat ponytail. Those with hair too short to pull into a bun or ponytail should wear their hair half up/half down or wear a headband to keep hair neatly off the face. 

Boys Dancewear – Black t-shirt and black pants (must have some stretch, spandex, etc…) or black basketball shorts. Black slip-on leather jazz shoes are required.

Girls Dancewear – Black Short or Long Sleeved Solid (no mesh or cut-outs) with a pair of plain black ankle or capri length leggings (no mesh or cut-outs). Canvas ballet shoes and canvas ½ ballet shoes (turners) are required.

Hair must be pulled securely back into a bun (preferred) or a neat ponytail. Those with hair too short to pull into a bun or ponytail should wear their hair half up/half down or wear a headband to keep hair neatly off the face. 

The Dance Shoppe (727) 351-4154   – 32728 US Hwy 19, Palm Harbor, FL

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Absence Notification

Please note, if your child has been absent from school for 3 or more consecutive days:

  • Three or more consecutive absences require a doctor’s note or other documentation.
  • This form & accompanying documentation below must be received within 2 days of the student’s return to school to help school officials determine the excuse/unexcused status of the absence(s).
  • Please keep a copy of all forms/documentation in the event it may be requested if a student has accumulated 3 or more absences in a semester course or 10 or more absences in an annual course.

In an effort to standardize attendance procedures to review school absences, no other letters/forms will be accepted.