Uniforms serve many purposes. At FFCA, our school uniforms help students arrive at school with an attitude conducive to learning and work. Secondly, our uniforms help to create a sense of culture and belonging. When our students are in uniform outside the school, they represent FFCA and everything that FFCA stands for. Lastly, uniforms help eliminate socioeconomic differences and the tendency toward competition between students in the areas of dress and appearance. FFCA is a uniform school. All students arrive at school dressed in either their full gala uniform or their daily wear uniform as directed/required. The only exceptions will occur on predetermined casual days.
View the PDF document of the FFCA Uniform Policy and Requirements at Policy 14 - Uniforms. With the passing of this uniform policy, the new uniform expectations are officially in place. However, current uniform clothing items that do not meet the new policy expectations will be permitted to be worn until the 2019-2020 school year as we transition to the new standards with a new supplier. If you have questions concerning the new uniform requirements, please read these Frequently Asked Questions (Uniform FAQ's) which should address your questions or concerns.
The new supplier is:
Philips Park, Building A, Unit A9E
6120-2nd Street SE, Calgary, Alberta, T2H 2L8
Questions or concerns pertaining to the school uniforms should be emailed to Lorne McDonald. Email Mr. McDonald