YES Prep uniform policy is centered around the values of equity and school pride. A school uniform allows for community building and options within the uniform selection allows for student and family choice.
Tejas - YES Prep's uniform vendor
Student uniforms should be purchased through the YES Prep approved vendor website. The vendor web address is communicated during the summer prior to the start of school. Students are responsible for ordering their required uniform through this site and having a complete uniform starting the first day of school through the remainder of the school year.
Deadline and Delivery Information
Orders received between July 1-15, will be available for pick up or delivery to your home the first week of August. Orders placed from July 15-31, will be available the week of August 15 for pick up or delivery to your home. We will not be accepting ANY returns, or exchanges until August 15 (at which time all returns and exchanges must fall within return guidelines).
YES Prep Public Schools believes in the power of community and school pride while also deeply valuing a student’s right to express their individuality without the fear of unnecessary discipline, body shaming, or the confines of gender norms. Students have the right to be treated equitably and dress code enforcement at YES Prep Public Schools will not create disparities, reinforce or increase the marginalization of any group, nor will it be unfairly enforced more strictly against a student because of racial identity, ethnicity, gender expression, sexual orientation, cultural or religious identity, household income, body size or type, or body maturity.
You may view the "free dress" day expectations stated in our End of Year Family Packet below. Thank you!
Students with a financial hardship can reach out to their campus Student Support Counselor for assistance with the purchase of uniforms. Assistance will be determined based on need.
For exchanges, returned merchandise can be brought to campus front office or directly to the vendor. In both cases, the vendor is responsible for supplying uniforms in the exchange.