School Uniform

Benefits of School Uniforms

Uniforms are practical, economical, reinforce a school’s traditions and educational vision—and they make it a snap to get ready for school!

The pressure tied to fashion in schools can be intense. That’s where a uniform comes in. We eliminate the socioeconomic tension driven by fashion trends and high-end brands; only some families can afford it while increasing safety on campus and distinguishing students within their community.

Dennis Uniform & Land's End Uniform Codes
Uniform Exchange

Parent Club maintains a “uniform exchange” option and throughout the year makes gently used uniforms available at no cost. Please get in touch with the school office to take a look at what is available.

In keeping with the school’s climate of dignity and respect, students are expected to dress appropriately for the learning environment.

PreK – 8th Grade Daily Uniform (Except for Spirit Wear Wednesdays)
Boys and Girls

Green Sweatshirt (crew or 1/4 zip) fleece, or sweater with School Logo, All grades M, T, Th, F (not the Crusader logo)

  • White polo shirt (long or short sleeve), All grades
  • Evergreen drop waist dress, PreK only
  • Jumper Sequoia, PreK-2 grades (bike/modesty shorts required under skirts)
  • Skirt/Skort Sequoia, 3-5 grades (bike/modesty shorts required under skirts)
  • Solid Navy Skirt/Skort, 6-8 grades (bike/modesty shorts required under skirts) Must be 3″ below the fingertip when arms are straight, no rolling of the skirts
  • Navy Walking shorts or pants, All grades
  • White, navy, or green anklets, knee highs or tights, all grades
  • Navy leggings (under skirts or jumpers only), All grades (NO gray, printed, black, green, or other colors)
  • White Polo Shirt (short or long sleeve), all grades
  • Pants Navy Twill, all grades
  • Walking shorts navy, all grades
  • White navy, or green socks, all grades

PE Uniform no longer required. Instead, students will wear their school uniforms for PE.
Since students cannot change clothes for PE class, they will wear their uniforms during PE. In addition, all students, regardless of grade, must wear gym shoes during PE class.

Shoes must cover the feet. Solid color athletic shoes are preferred as all students are required to take PE. No Heely’s or rolling devices, furry boots, mules, bedroom slippers, jellies, flip flops, slides, or any other shoe that exposes any part of a child’s feet.

Students may wear Spirit Wear on Wednesdays with Spirit Wear sweats or uniform bottoms. No pajama bottoms. The Spirit Wear PJs are for home or designated PJ Days. Of course, wear your Spirit Wear to CYO practices, games, and community events too!

Themed Free Dress days are offered throughout the year for holidays and our Talent Show. We ask students to wear appropriate, neat clothing, including jeans, athletic pants, or proper shorts/skirts. Shirts may include t-Shirts, golf shirts, and team shirts or jerseys. We even have PJ-themed days!

Clothing that is not allowed includes miniskirts, shirts with spaghetti straps, tank tops, t-shirts with offensive or inappropriate language or content, torn or ripped clothing, tattered jeans, or pants. Clothes that are skintight or are excessive in size, low riding pants, or low-cut tops. Bare midriffs are unacceptable. Hats are not allowed. Distracting make-up, hair, and nails are not permitted.
If girls wear yoga pants – they MUST have a shirt/sweatshirt that always covers below the hips/buttocks.  If students are wearing shorts, they must be at least 3″ below fingertip length, and their shirt can’t be longer than the shorts, or they are too short. Do not roll up shorts/skirts to make them shorter.