Uniform Policy


Rationale: The use of a school uniform as a part of Catholic identity in schooling dates back to the middle ages. Research has shown uniforms create a greater sense of community, reinforce behavior management, and alleviate issues related to poverty.

Guidelines: Students are expected to be dressed and appropriately groomed for the school day. Uniforms are expected to be worn on a daily basis, unless permission is given by administration (e.g. School Spirit Days). Accessories, socks, shoes, jewelry, hairstyles, etc. are allowed, but must not be disruptive or outside the scope of Christian decorum. While dress shoes are only required for the formal uniform, footwear should be neat and clean. All skirts and shorts may not be more than two-inches above the knee.

General Uniform (Grades K-5):

1. Plaid jumper (hunter/classic navy plaid) (girls only)
2. Navy-blue pants OR navy-blue shorts OR navy-blue skirt
3. Hunter-green (evergreen) polo shirt

General Uniform (Grades 6-8):

1. Navy-blue pants OR navy-blue shorts
2. Navy-blue skirt OR plaid skirt (hunter/classic navy plaid) (girls only)
3. Hunter-green (evergreen) polo shirt

Formal Uniform (Grades K-8):


1. Plaid jumper (hunter/classic navy) OR plaid skirt (hunter/classic navy, 6th-8th grade only)
2. Long-sleeved white button-down shirt
3. White, black, or navy-blue socks OR tights
4. Black or brown shoes


1. Navy-blue pants
2. Long-sleeved white button-down shirt
3. White, black, or navy-blue socks
4. Black or brown dress shoes (loafer or shoe)


1. Navy blue or plaid cross tie (GIRLS)
2. Hunter/Classic Navy Plaid tie (BOYS)
3. Optional navy cardigan sweater/sweater vest OR official St. Patrick pull-over

Consequences: A student not following dress code may expect the following

1. Being required to remove/add/alter appearance to conform to the code.
2. Parent-administration meeting or phone-call.
3. Being sent home until student appearance conforms to dress code (marked unexcused).