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As stated in the 2022-2023 Student & Parent Handbook:

The goal of the uniform policy is consistency and uniformity; therefore, all uniform pieces must be purchased from Flynn O’Hara.

It is imperative to positively represent Saint Mary’s while in uniform in public and on social media.

The administration reserves the right to make individual judgments as to the appropriateness of dress and grooming in addition to the stipulations below:

General Appearance & Uniform Guide

Students are expected to appear well kept, with shirts tucked in and shoes tied. The fit and length of shorts, skorts, kilts and jumpers should be generously sized and no more than 3 inches above the middle of the knee.

Students shall dress in an appropriate school uniform for the day’s activities.

Students shall refrain from the use of unnatural hair dye, acrylic nails, nail polish, press on tattoos or writing on hands and arms. Students shall refrain from the use of makeup.

Students shall observe the following regulations regarding jewelry: stud earrings (one per ear), watch and/or bracelet, religious necklace and a ring. Boys are not permitted to wear earrings.

Students’ hair shall be groomed and neat. Boys’ hair should not exceed the top of their eyebrows and the collar of their shirt. Boys’ hair should not exceed 1 ½ inches in height. No facial hair is permitted. Mohawks are not permitted.

Elementary

  • Students are required to wear formal uniforms on mass days. Formal uniforms consist of the drop waist
    jumper for girls and long pants for boys.
  • Students are required to wear PE uniforms on assigned PE days, even if it falls on Mass day.

Middle School

  • Students are already required to wear formal uniform elements on mass days. Boys – Regular Uniform with long pants. Girls – Regular Uniform
  • 8th grade students wear a white oxford and tie with their regular uniform bottoms. Ties are optional for girls.
  • Students are required to wear PE uniforms on assigned PE days, even if it falls on Mass day.