Tops are to be a navy blue or gray polo with the Elevate logo from The Uniform Store (previously named Educational Outfitters). Bottoms are to be pants (no cargo pants), shorts (no cargo shorts), skort or skirt (with "cartwheel shorts") of the color navy blue or khaki - these may be purchased from any retail clothing provider. Yoga pants, sweat pants, suspender jumpers, dresses, jeans, or other alternatives are not approved. Shoes must be close-toed shoes and without heels or wheels. Athletic shoes are recommended, as students will participate in physical activity on most school days.
The price per shirt is about $16 (value line) or $23 (premium line). Elevate will provide the first value line shirt for free for every student, every year.
Elevate's approved outerwear is any plain grey or navy sweater or sweatshirt, without logos or lettering. Zippers and hoods are optional. Sweatshirts, zippered hoodies & windbreaker jackets (with embroidered Elevate logo) are also available for purchase through The Uniform Store starting at $30.50.
Uniform Purchasing Information
Uniform shirts and sweatshirts are available online and in-store during regular business hours at The Uniform Store (previously named Educational Outfitters), 8160 La Mesa Blvd in La Mesa. You may also contact them via phone at (619) 466-5437.
Click here to view the most recent information about store availability. It is best to order ahead & pick up at a later date, especially during peak seasons.
*Be sure to use coupon code "ElevatePolo” at time of checkout to receive your child's free value line shirt (one free shirt for each student every school year). Please note, only one coupon is allowed per online order so if you have two or more kids make a note during checkout and The Uniform Store will fix it manually and refund your credit card.
A note from The Uniform Store (8/9/21):
We are being impacted by shipping delays that are affecting a broad range of businesses and are causing a backlog. We wanted to give you a heads up that some families may not get their uniforms in time for the start of school. We are working with our suppliers and shippers but this seems to be a wide spread issue.
I also wanted to provide an update about our appointment system. Most appointments slots are full through most of this month. We are still operating with a reduced set of dressing rooms in the interest of safety but are accommodating walk-ins on a first come/first served basis meaning that there will be some wait time but we are able to serve them with still better than historical wait times.