Dress Code

Girls

(skirts for grades 4th-6th) Length will be mid-thigh to knee. Dark blue or gray shorts are required under skirts and jumpers. Dark blue, gray, or white leggings (tight fitting, not flared) are permitted under jumper or skirts. Sweatpants, baggy pants or slacks are not to be worn under the uniform.
Proper length is from mid-thigh to knee. No short-shorts. Shorts or skorts may be worn from the first day of school until the last day of September and from May 1st until last day of school.
These may be worn from November 15th-March 15th.
(solid colors). No logos socks or footies. Socks need to be worn at least 2 inches above the top of the shoe.
may be worn. Sandals, Crocs or boots are not permitted for appearance and safety reasons. Tennis shoes must be worn on gym days. No bandanas or scarves are to be worn unless they are standard uniform colors.

Boys

These are “docker” style dress pants, “no cargo pants.”
Proper length is from mid-thigh to knee. Shorts may be worn from the first day of school until the last day of September and from May 1st until the last day of school.
either knit pullover or button-up dress shirt or turtleneck.
(solid colors). No logo socks or footies, Socks need to be at least 2 inches above the top of the shoe.
may be worn. Sandals, Crocs or boots are not permitted for appearance and safety reasons. Tennis shoes must be worn on gym days.

*Shirttails must be tucked in at all times. Please make sure shirttails are not too short. Shirts must always be worn under sweatshirts.

*Please make note of the sock requirement. Although trying to be “style” conscious, socks need to be visible above the shoe to give us a uniform look. Your attention to this will avoid us having to require full length socks.

*Outside coats, jackets and “hoodies” cannot be worn in the building. Send a school sweater or sweatershirt to wear if your child needs more clothing inside.

*Students may not have colored hair (i.e. blue, orange, etc).

No Uniform Day: The last Friday of every month is a No Uniform Day. Parental discretion is advised for No Uniform Days! Some examples of unacceptable clothing: hats, crocs, sandals, clothing, showing midriff, spaghetti straps, shorts, pants, or shirts with holes or tears, T-shirts or sweatshirts with logos advertising alcohol or tobacco products, or logos depicting controversial issues. If you have any questions please call the school before the article of clothing is worn. The school administration has the final say on uniform issues.

All students must be in uniform on the following dates: Holy Days of Obligation and special program days such as Grandparents Day, May Crowning, Penance Services, Catholic Schools Week and field trips, unless the teacher gives permission.