Dress Code

Uniform Dress Code Kindergarten-8th grade

Saint Michael School Uniform Philosophy –The use of uniforms has several significant benefits. They promote the mindset that school is a special place with special expectations.

Uniforms help to develop and enhance school pride. They project a positive image to the community and eliminate the pressure of “dress competition.” Please ensure that your child adheres to our Uniform Dress Code and treats this code with respect.

Students who do not follow the uniform dress code will be asked to change into appropriate attire. The Principal has final discretion about the appropriateness of student attire.

“A uniform silently teaches the lesson of equality while allowing individuality to shine through via action, words, and personality.”

P.E. Uniforms

  • White long sleeved or short sleeved t-shirts
  • Navy blue sweatpants/wind pants/leggings
  • Navy blue sweatshirts/fleeces (optional, as weather dictates)
  • Navy blue shorts are permitted on warm weather PE days

Jewelry and Other

Please note: Jewelry should be safe and appropriate for all classes, including recess and PE. Excessive/oversized jewelry is not permitted. All body piercing, excluding earlobes, is not permitted.

There should be no exaggerated hairstyles or coloring. School administration determines appropriateness of above mentioned guidelines and reserves the right to require the removal of items deemed inappropriate or dangerous.

The Principal makes the final judgment about the appropriateness of any article of a student’s uniform.

Boys

Grades K-5

  • Navy blue pants
  • Long or short sleeved collared, button-down light blue dress shirt (tucked in).
  • Sweater – navy blue
  • School plaid tie available for purchase in the office
  • Any regular indoor shoe, indoor sport shoe or sneaker of dark color (NO exposed toe or exposed heel shoes)
  • Dark colored socks
  • Black belts are to be worn in pants with belt loops

First day of school – October 1st and May 1st– last day of school

  • Navy shorts
  • White collared polo shirt

Grades 6-8

  • Khaki pants
  • White Oxford Shirt
  • Long or short sleeve worn tucked inside the pants
  • Sweater – navy blue
  • School plaid tie available for purchase in the office
  • Any regular indoor shoe, indoor sport shoe or sneakers of dark (black, navy blue, or gray) color. (NO exposed toe or exposed heel shoes)
  • Dark colored socks
  • Black belts are to be worn in pants with belt loops

First day of school – October 1st and May 1st– last day of school

  • Khaki shorts
  • White collared polo shirt

Girls

Grades K-5

  • Navy blue pants, jumper or navy skort/skirt – Please be mindful of length.
  • White Blouse – Long or short sleeve
  • Sweater – navy blue
  • School plaid tie available for purchase in the office (optional)
  • Any regular indoor shoe, indoor sport shoe or sneaker of dark (black, navy blue, or gray) color. (NO exposed toe or exposed heel shoes)
  • White or navy blue crew, ankle, or knee socks
  • White or navy blue tights

First day of school – October 1st and May 1st– last day of school

  • Navy shorts
  • White collared polo shirt

Grades 6-8

  • Plaid skirt or Khaki or blue skirt/skort
  • Khaki or blue pants
  • White blouse/dress shirt
  • School plaid tie available for purchase in the office (optional)
  • Sweater – navy blue
  • White or navy blue crew, ankle, or knee socks
  • White or navy blue tights
  • Any regular indoor shoe, indoor sport shoe or sneaker of dark color (NO exposed toe or exposed heel shoes)

First day of school – October 1st and May 1st– last day of school

  • Khaki shorts
  • White collared polo shirt

High School Uniform Dress Code

Saint Michael School Uniform Philosophy – The use of uniforms has several significant benefits. They promote the mindset that school is a special place with special expectations.

Uniforms help to develop and enhance school pride. They also project a positive image to the community and eliminate the pressure of “dress competition.”Please ensure that your child adheres to our Uniform Dress Code and treats this code with respect.

Students that do not follow the uniform dress code will be asked to change into appropriate attire. The Principal has final discretion about the appropriateness of student attire.

“A uniform silently teaches the lesson of equality while allowing individuality to shine through via action, words, and personality.”

P.E. Uniforms

  • White long sleeved or short sleeved t-shirts
  • Navy blue sweatpants/wind pants/leggings
  • Navy blue sweatshirts/fleeces (optional, as weather dictates)
  • Navy blue shorts are permitted on warm weather PE days

Jewelry and Other

Please note: Jewelry should be safe and appropriate for all classes, including recess and PE. Excessive/oversized jewelry is not permitted. All body piercing, excluding earlobes, is not permitted.

There should be no exaggerated hairstyles or coloring. School administration determines appropriateness of above mentioned guidelines and reserves the right to require the removal of items deemed inappropriate or dangerous.

The Principal makes the final judgment about the appropriateness of any article of a student’s uniform.

Ladies

  • White, collared shirts
  • Khaki or blue pants and/or skirts
  • Striped tie (optional) – available for purchase in the office
  • Blazer – from Donnelly’s or other retailer (Blazers must be labeled and left at school)
  • Navy blue knee socks, tights and (Navy, Blue or beige) nylons are acceptable.
  • Dark (Brown, Black, or Gray) closed toed shoes

Gentlemen

  • White collared dress shirts – Oxford
  • Khaki pants
  • Striped tie – available for purchase in the office
  • Blazer – from Donnelly’s or other retailer (Blazers must be labeled and left at school)
  • Dark colored socks
  • Dark (Brown, Black, or Gray) closed toed shoes

Please note: Uniforms must be clean, well-fitted and presentable.