Standard Uniforms | Gr. K-6

List of 7 items.

  • Girls | Gr. K-3

    Plaid jumper or navy slacks
    Long or short sleeve light blue blouse
    Red cardigan sweater or sweater vest
    Navy blue knee socks or navy blue tights
    Sturdy school shoes (black, navy blue or brown)
  • Girls | Gr. 4-6

    Plaid skirt or gray slacks
    Long or short sleeve light blue blouse
    Navy cardigan sweater
    Navy blue knee socks or tights
    Sturdy school shoes (black, navy blue or brown)

    The following may not be worn:
    • Clogs, flip-flops, sandals, crocs, ballet slipper style shoes, or boots (no Uggs)
    • Heels higher than 1 inch
    • Winter/snow boots during class (bring shoes to change)
    • Make-up (includes glitter and nail polish)
    • Jewelry is restricted to small earrings, a watch and a ring
    • Expensive jewelry should never be worn in school.
  • Boys | Gr. K-3

    Navy blue pants and a belt
    Long or short sleeve light blue button-down oxford shirt
    Red sweater vest
    Above the ankle, navy blue or black crew socks
    Sturdy school shoes (black, navy blue, or brown)
  • Boys | Gr. 4-6

    Gray pants and a belt
    Long or short sleeve blue button-down oxford shirt
    Navy sweater or vest
    Plaid neck tie
    Above the ankle, navy blue or black crew socks
    Sturdy school shoes (black, navy blue, or brown)

    The following may not be worn:

    • Work boots/hiking boots
    • Fashion sneakers
    • Flip flops, sandals or crocs
  • Haircuts- Boys and Girls

    Conservative Styles are required. Off the collar for boys.
  • Warm Weather Uniform | K-6

    Boys and Girls
    Worn August – early October, and the end of April to the end of school in  June
    • Royal blue polo shirt (with school logo)
    • Khaki skort or walking shorts and belt
    • Above the ankle white crew socks (low-cut athletic socks that do not cover the ankle are not permitted)
    • Sneakers - non-marking soles (High top sneakers and sneakers with wheels are not permitted)
     
  • Physical Education Uniform | Gr. K-6

    Students are expected to wear their gym uniform on gym days. Boys and girls in Grades K-6 will wear the following regulation uniform on gym days:

    STANDARD GYM UNIFORM

    Worn October - April (starting the day after Columbus Day until the April school vacation break)
    • Royal blue sweat suit (with school logo)
    • Royal blue long sleeve or short sleeve tee-shirt (with school logo) for warmer weather, with sweatpants
    • White cotton above the ankle crew socks (Low-cut athletic socks that do not cover the ankle are not permitted)
    • Non-marking athletic tie sneakers (High top sneakers, Velcro-fastened sneakers and sneakers with wheels are not permitted.)
    WARM-WEATHER GYM UNIFORM
    Worn August – early October (until Columbus Day), and the end of April (after spring break) to the end of school in June
    • Royal blue micromesh or jersey gym shorts (with school logo)
    • Royal blue tee-shirt (with school logo)
    • White cotton above the ankle crew socks (Low-cut athletic socks that do not cover the ankle are not permitted)
    • Non-marking athletic tie sneakers (High top sneakers, Velcro-fastened sneakers and sneakers with wheels are not permitted.)

    IN THE INTEREST OF SAFETY, NO JEWLERY MAY BE WORK ON GYM DAYS

Uniforms for Grades 7-12

List of 5 items.

  • Important Notice!

    The following dress code items for boys and girls MUST be purchased as specified from Donnelly’s Uniform Company. No substitutes will be accepted. (There is a one-year "grace period" for student entering grades 8, 10, 11, and 12 who may have a sufficient supply of the old uniform, provided that the items are in appropriate condition.)
  • Girls | Gr. 7-8


    Shirts: Long sleeve, or short sleeve, ¾ sleeve, light blue, oxford shirts will be worn during the colder months (Oct 1 – after spring vacation). Short sleeve, royal blue, polo shirts are optional before Oct. 1 and after spring vacation. All shirts must be inscribed with the school logo.

    Sweaters: Navy, V-neck, cardigan can be worn over the oxford shirt. All sweaters must be inscribed with the school logo

    Skirt: Plaid. All skirts must reach a level no more than two inches above the knee.

    Pants:
    Gray.

    Tie:
    Girls may wear the Crossover Tie.(Optional)

    Socks/Shoes: Leather shoes and low cut athletic footwear are permitted. Shoes without backs, clogs, sandals, flip flops, high heels, slippers, or exposed fur-lined footwear are not permitted. Boots, work boots, and outdoor hiking boots are not permitted.
     
    Navy or white knee socks must be worn at all times. Stockings or tights must also be navy or white.
  • Girls | Gr. 9-12

    Shirts: Long sleeve, or short sleeve, ¾ sleeve, white, oxford shirts will be worn during the colder months (Oct 1 – after spring vacation). Short sleeve, royal blue, polo shirts are optional before Oct. 1 and after spring vacation. All shirts must be inscribed with the school logo.

    Sweaters:
     Navy, V-neck, cardigan can be worn over the oxford shirt. All sweaters must be inscribed with the school logo.

    Skirt:
     Khaki or Plaid. All skirts/skorts must reach a level no more than two inches above the knee.

    Pants:
     Beige Khaki slacks ordered from Donnelly’s Uniform Co.

    Tie:
    Girls may wear the Crossover Tie, or the boys’ ties (Optional).

    Socks/Shoes:
     Leather shoes and low cut athletic footwear are permitted. Shoes without backs, clogs, sandals, flip flops, high heels, slippers, or exposed fur-lined footwear are not permitted. Boots, work boots, and outdoor hiking boots are not permitted

    Black, white, navy, or royal blue ankle or knee socks must be worn at all times
  • Boys | Gr. 7-8

    Shirts: A light blue oxford dress shirt, long or short sleeve and tie must be worn during the colder months (Oct 1 – after spring vacation) Short sleeve, royal blue, polo shirts are optional before Oct. 1 and after spring vacation. All shirts must be inscribed with the 31 | P age August 2016 school logo. When wearing an oxford shirt, the shirt must be tucked in and buttoned completely at all times.

    Tie:
     An appropriate bow or necktie must be worn with dress shirts.

    Sweaters:
     Navy varsity vest, or navy V-neck pullover. All sweaters must be inscribed with the school logo.

    Pants:
     Gray, flat or pleat front ordered from Donnelly’s Uniform Co.

    Socks/Shoes:
     Leather shoes and low cut athletic footwear are permitted. Shoes without backs, clogs, sandals, flip flops, slippers, or exposed fur-lined footwear are not permitted. Boots, work boots, and outdoor hiking boots are not permitted.
  • Boys | Gr. 9-12

    Shirts: A white oxford dress shirt and tie must be worn during the colder months (Oct 1 – after spring vacation). Short sleeve, royal blue, polo shirts are optional before Oct. 1 and after spring vacation. All shirts must be inscribed with the school logo. When wearing an oxford shirt, the shirt must be tucked in and buttoned completely at all times.

    Tie:
     An appropriate bow or necktie must be worn with dress shirts.

    Sweaters:
     Navy varsity vest, or navy V-neck pullover. All sweaters must be inscribed with the school logo.

    Pants:
     Beige khaki, flat or pleat front ordered from Donnelly’s Uniform Co.

    Socks/Shoes:
     Leather shoes and low cut athletic footwear are permitted. Shoes without backs, clogs, sandals, flip flops, slippers, or exposed fur-lined footwear are not permitted. Boots, work boots, and outdoor hiking boots are not permitted.

Dress Code Violations

Students who come to school with incomplete uniforms will receive a written warning, which must be signed by the parent and returned. After three warnings, students will have to call home and will not be permitted to attend class until they are in complete uniform. The uniform code is an issue that together home and school must stress.


The administration reserves the right to determine what constitutes "appropriate" dress.

If a student is in violation of dress code, he/she is to be sent to the Vice Principal’s office and will receive a detention. While in the Vice Principal’s office, the student will be given an opportunity to comply with the dress code in the following ways before being allowed back into the classroom:
  1. He/She can provide the necessary items.
  2. He/She can contact a parent who will be required to bring the necessary items to school.
  3. If a student refuses to comply with the dress code, a parent may be called and the student will be sent home.
(Please note that if a student misses more than 10 minutes of a class or classes due to a dress code violation, it will be considered an undocumented absence for that class or classes.

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