Dress Code: All uniforms must fit the student appropriately as determined by the administration.
Girls Uniform -Grades 6 – 8
1. Khaki kick pleat skirt, skort or kilt (must touch the top of the knees).
2. Navy or khaki plaid skirt, skort or kilt (must touch the top of the knee).
3. Either white or maroon (long or short sleeved) broadcloth, oxford cloth or knit shirt.
4. Plain or pleated front khaki slacks – pants must match uniform pants – No cargo pants or khaki jeans. Belts must be worn with belt loops.
5. Maroon cardigan, V-neck pullover, V-neck sweater vest, crew neck sweater or v-neck cardigan.
6. White, maroon or navy or knee-high socks or tights. No pantyhose.
7. Brown, black, or navy blue dress shoes, saddle shoes, or tie shoes. No visible logos on shoes. No white stripes/designs allowed.
Boys Uniform – Grades 6 – 8
1. Khaki, plain front or pleated, straight leg pants – no logos or patches (belts required). No cargo pants.
2. White dress or oxford cloth, long or short sleeved, shirt.
3. White or maroon, short or long sleeved, knit shirt.
4. Maroon v-neck pullover, v-neck cardigan, v-neck sweater vest or crew neck sweater.
5. White, navy or maroon or dark colored socks.
6. Brown, black, or navy blue dress shoes or tie shoes. No visible logos on shoes. No white stripes/designs allowed.
Only sweatshirts with the school logo are permitted. Hoodies may only be worn to and from Church. They are not to be worn in school.
Only black, brown, or navy blue dress shoes, saddle shoes, or tie shoes are permissible. Shoes must be monotone and cannot have any visible logos. Shoes may not be distracting in any way (i.e. cartoons, characters, flowers, light-ups, wheels, etc.). Parents are asked not to purchase shoes with deep treads or suction type soles. Athletic or sport shoes are to be worn for gym class only, not in the classroom. Boots may be worn to school during winter months, but the students will be required to put on acceptable shoes once they arrive at school. For safety reasons, sandals and open-back shoes (i.e. clogs) are not to be worn.
Warm-up suits, athletic shorts, or other types of modest shorts (no biking shorts) should be worn for Physical Education. Only discreet logos should be worn on T-shirts or sweatshirts. Only white soled or non-marking soled athletic shoes are to be worn in gym.
Make-up and Jewelry
Girls in grades 6-8 may wear pale pink or clear lip gloss. No other make-up is permitted. For girls in all grades, only earrings that are worn close to the ear are acceptable: dangling earrings may not be worn. Other jewelry may be worn if it is in good taste, not excessive in amount, and is not a distraction. Faddish jewelry, such as Silly Bands, are not to be worn. No other jewelry may be worn. Necklaces, scapulars, crosses if worn must not be visible (i.e. it needs to be tucked inside of your shirt). Teachers may ask students to remove any jewelry that does not meet these requirements. Boys are not permitted to wear earrings. Cosmetics and aerosol cans are not to be brought to school and stored in lockers.
This policy applies to all school extracurricular activities, except social functions.
Belts are to be worn by all students on clothing that have belt loops. Belts are to be of solid color.
Scout uniforms may be worn on meeting days only. The uniform must meet Scout regulations.
Outlandish, extreme hairstyles are not permitted. This includes, but is not limited to, unnatural hair colors.
1. Hair must be kept clean and well groomed.
2. Girls—Hair accessories should be kept simple and coordinate with the uniform. Headbands with butterlies, flowers, or other large ornamentation, or in neon/bright colors are not allowed. In addition, feathers and tinsel are also not permitted.
3. Boys—Hair length is not to exceed the top of the collar and mid-ear. Bangs will be no longer than touching the eyebrows.
Unexcused exceptions: Any student who is not dressed in accordance with the dress code and has not brought a written request for an exception is in more serious violation of the dress code. Parents will be called when the infraction deems it necessary.
Students are to wear uniforms to and from school unless they are participating in a sport event or practice immediately after school.
There are a few days during the year that a student is not required to wear his/her uniform. These days will be communicated through the Tuesday Newsletter and will be designated as a “Free dress-up” day or a “Free dress-down” day. A dress “up” day would include a dress, skirt, or dress pants for girls and dress pants and shirt for boys. A dress “down” day would include tennis shoes, jeans, and sweat pants or other below the knee pants. At all times, bare mid-drifts, spaghetti straps, too-short skirts, and pants with holes are considered inappropriate for school attire. Students may also be in “dress down” attire on certain field trips. Teachers will notify students and parents of these days.
Shorts may be worn on Field Day and Race for Education. Length of shorts must extend past the length of the fingertips.