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Monday Uniform – There is no Monday uniform required. Monday dress is the same as for Tuesday – Friday.
Polo shirts, white button-down shirts, or turtlenecks are permitted. A girl-cut polo is permitted.
POLO SHIRT with COLLAR, short or long sleeve.
Pleasant Grove campus – White, navy, red, heather grey, and light blue
Eagle Mountain campus :
Eagle Mountain Independence Hall – White, navy, and red
Eagle Mountain Freedom Hall – White, navy, and light blue
Eagle Mountain Declaration Hall – White, navy, and yellow
Eagle Mountain Liberty Hall – White, navy, and hunter green
Eagle Mountain Jr High Constitution Hall – White, navy, black and heather grey
– See the office for sample colors.
School t-shirts are allowed on Fridays (can be purchased from the PTO at the beginning of the school year).
Navy blue, white, or red cardigans, v-neck sweaters and sweater vests are allowed, but must be worn over a collared shirt. No hooded or zip sweaters or sweatshirts can be worn in the classroom. Sweaters and vests with a sewn-in, collared white shirt are allowed.
Navy blue or uniform khaki (not the lighter stone color) shorts or pants, or joggers (no cargo pockets). Skirts and jumpers can be in navy blue, khaki, or the Marymount plaid or polo dresses in red or navy blue.
Ties are optional but should be navy blue or red if worn. Crossover ties are allowed. Shoes should be conservative in style (no lights, wheelies, or characters) and closed toed. Socks should be uniform or neutral colors, ankle or knee length. Opaque tights or leggings in navy blue or white with skirts or jumpers can be worn. Socks, tights, or leggings must be worn when wearing a skirt. Nylons are not uniform wear. Hair accessories should also be uniform colors or neutral.
We were first exposed to John Handcock Charter School when we moved here 6 years ago my Stepmother in law, she raved about this school as her children had gone here. We applied and were fortunate enough to get into our first year. We have been so impressed since that point. JHCS thinks of kids first. They pay attention to what each individual student needs. They pay attention to their academic needs and use math coursework that better prepares students for higher education. They use music, and art to produce a better well-rounded student. It has been proven time and time again that having music and art is just as important as other education. When the pandemic hit we were blown away by the method in which they handled themselves. Each student had completed assignments and daily teaching by the teachers not just handed a chrome book and said good luck. JHCS focuses on getting and maintaining phenomenal teachers. From Kindergarten on every teacher we have had is amazing. JHCS keeps recess this is so big in a world where kids need movement along with education they do not sacrifice exercise instead they incorporate it and use it. They work to teach students in a way that makes them excited to go to school. The teachers are frequently communicating what is going on with my individual students, and what is going on in the school overall. My older children that have graduated from JHCS have lifelong friendships that have continued despite going to a different school because JHCS encourages kindness. They also focus on mental health to help students progress and move forward. They are truly learning lifelong healthy skills.
I have had kids at John Hancock Charter School for 12 years now, and I have been consistently impressed with the high levels of caring and dedication from everyone there. The teachers truly care about the kids in their classes and ensuring their success. The small size creates a real feeling of family at the school, and my kids feel like they know their teachers before they even step into their classrooms. The curriculum at John Hancock goes well beyond reading and math. My kids are conversant with ancient and modern history, principles of science, art history, and even music. John Hancock is a school that has high expectations for kids, and then gives them the tools to meet those expectations.
John Hancock Charter School has been the best school for my kids! This is the eighth year I've been at JHCS and I can say that no other elementary school- charter or not- can provide a better experience, a better team of teachers and staff members, a better curriculum for their students, or a better environment to learn in. Those who are lucky enough to get into John Hancock Charter School feel as if they are part of one big family. The director and Principal of the school- for fifteen years now- has done an outstanding job making John Hancock Charter School one of the best schools in all of Utah!
I love John Hancock Charter School. They have amazing teachers and staff, small class sizes, and really inspire a love for learning. While not the most aesthetically pleasing campus, they use all resources and money to go directly back to help the students which is obviously most important.
Joining JHCS has been one of the best decisions my husband and I have made for our children. They are receiving a top notch education and are growing and flourishing in their schoolwork. What doesn’t show up in their test scores are the extras that make JHCS stellar. The emphasis on a growth mindset and the encouragement to learn beyond the classroom will help them throughout their entire lives.