School Uniforms

NVCATM has a mandatory uniform dress code. There are many positive reasons for a school dress code, including:

  1. A dress code encourages students to express their individuality through personality, not outward appearances
  2. A dress code puts the focus on academics, not fashion, because they project a neat, serious, business-like image
  3. Schools with dress codes have fewer discipline problems because students aren’t distracted
  4. Dress codes help to easily identify students as members of NVCA to the community
  5. Dress codes create a sense of school pride and belonging
     

Specifics:
Uniform bottoms may be purchased from vendors such as  Dennis Uniform, Target, Walmart, Lands End, Amazon, etc.

Polo shirts with the school logo purchased from Dennis Uniform or Greggory Design are required.

Bottoms (shorts, skorts, skirts, and pants) must be navy-blue, khaki, or approved Dennis Uniform plaid. Also listed in the “Dress Code” (See link), each K-5 girl/boy needs a navy skirt/long pants and white polo shirt with logo (These will be worn for special events, programs, and certain field trips). Friday t-shirts must be current year only.

Friday t-shirts are only available through Greggory Design. The shirts change yearly with each themed verse.

NVCATM Approved Vendors

Dennis Uniform
NVCA plaid: RR 201-545
School Code: QNV

Greggory Design
Please note that due to COVID-19, school uniforms ordered by Greggory Design will be shipped via USPS and will not be delivered to NVCA for pick up, as in years past. Please be sure to order in advance.  Allow 1–5 business days including processing per Greggory Design.


 

The NVCATM Promise

Steadfast in faith, NVCA is committed to a Christ-centered education that can transform lives and touch communities. Our role is to help define and reinforce a deep sense of God-given value, purpose and meaning in the pursuit of knowledge and growth in Christ for a transforming influence on the world. An NVCA education forms the foundation upon which all academic pursuits are built thereby enabling students to reach their full educational potential.