Uniform Policy

DGN Kilters (https://dgnkilters.com/school/burlington-christian-academy/). DGN Kilters has provided us with a suggested guideline of which items a student will need over the course of a school year. This can be found by clicking here.

Tops JK-8

• All tops worn must be crested
• Short sleeve golf shirt
• Oxford long sleeve shirt
• V-neck sweater
• V-neck vest
• Unisex cardigan
• Performance hoody
• Performance track jacket
• Soft shell jacket (outdoor)

Girls JK-8

• Navy skort
• Navy walking shorts
• Girls tights – navy or black
• Navy pants

Note: Leggings are not considered pants by BCA and should not be worn as uniform pants.

JK-3 Girls

• Navy crested tunic

Boys JK-8

• Navy pants (if non DGN, must be dark navy, not faded blue)
• Navy walking shorts (if non DGN, must be dark navy, not faded blue)

Boys/Girls Grade 6-8 only

• Navy performance pants

Gym Uniform (Grades 3-8)

• Crested grey performance t-shirt
• Navy fight shorts or ATC profit shorts Footwear and Socks Socks/Leotards
• Navy, white or black ankle socks when wearing running shoes
• Navy or black socks or leotards (single colour) can be worn with skorts or tunics
• Girls may wear footed navy or black tights with a skort or tunic. If the tights are not footed then they must wear matching socks to cover the bottom of the tights, to look like footed tights


• Shoes should be solid black, navy or dark coloured, with no colourful symbols/stripes or other markings. No boots or high top shoes should be worn indoors
• Shoelaces should be dark coloured as well
• For gym classes, any proper non-marking soled running shoe can be worn, in any colour. It is important that students have proper running shoes that can be tied (laced/velcroed) securely to avoid injury

Casual Day Dress Dress will:

• Honour and glorify the Lord
• Reflect modesty
• Not be a distraction to the learning environment
• Not advertise/promote alcohol, drugs, sex, or offensive material
• Tank top straps must be at least three fingers width (lasagna, not spaghetti width)

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