Dress Code

Standards of dress and grooming are established by the school. They are:

  • slacks, trousers, dresses, skirts and jeans
  • shirts, blouses, sweaters or jackets suitable for indoor wear
  • suitable footwear

Please note that spaghetti straps/strapless tops or dresses and short shorts are not deemed appropriate dress.

Outdoor/Indoor Footwear

Students are asked to keep a pair of indoor shoes (suitable for phys. ed. classes) at school. To enable us to keep our hallways safe and clean, everyone, including parents/guardians and staff, are asked to remove their outdoor footwear at the entrance doors to the school, and carry them to the classrooms.

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