Edelweiss Preparatory School


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At Edelweiss Preparatory School, a uniform dress code reinforces the concept of school as a place of learning and promotes a sense of community and school spirit. Uniforms save money, reduce wardrobe hassles and ensure each child is well dressed regardless of family income.


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Uniforms are ONLY purchased through Top Marks and they are our official supplier.


Fittings prior to school starting will take place on Monday, August 20th, 2018 from 10 am - noon and uniforms will be mailed to your home in time for school starting.

Customer Service dates are 11:00 am to 1:00 pm as follows:

Thursday September 6th

Thursday September 20th

Thursday October 18th

Thursday November 8th

Thursday December 6th

Thursday January 17th

Thursday February 14th

Thursday March 14th

You can call Top Marks Customer Service at 1-800-667-7105 for any questions on uniform sales.

Regular Customer Service dates (no appt needed) at our school will take place monthly starting in the fall.

The Edelweiss code to order online is EDE01

You can contact Top Marks by clicking here

To see the uniform selection and to order uniforms online click here


Each child is required to wear only shoes with good treads and non-marking soles on their shoes. Flip flops, Crocs, and dress shoes with no treads are not appropriate footwear for school. We keep spare shoes in the girl’s and boy’s bathrooms for if you forget to bring your child’s shoes.

Labelling Children’s Items

We ask that you label all personal items that come to the school as Edelweiss is not responsible for lost or missing items. We purchase a complete set of Mabel’s Labels for your child as part of the registration & Materials fees and give them to you at the Open House in Septemeber. If you want more labels or for other family members, you can order the best labels from Mabel’s Labels click here

Colour Days

Each month the children can dress in their own casual clothes with the colour we are celebrating on that particular day (ie. “Yellow Day” — children wear something yellow)