Uniforms 2018-19

Time to Get Your Mercy Uniform!
 
The uniform for 2018-19 will be as follows:
  • Class of 2019 - black kilt; black sweater or quarter-zip
  • Class of 2020 - gray kilt; black sweater or quarter-zip
  • Class of 2021 - green plaid kilt; black sweater or quarter-zip
  • Class of 2022 - blue plaid kilt; black sweater or quarter-zip
Kilts, blouses, polos, and sweaters (cardigan and v-neck) must be purchased from Educational Outfitters. *Black sweaters are available and new stock is always arriving at the store. Everyone is encouraged to go to Educational Outfitters for fitting and purchasing.

 

23317 Orchard Lake Road
Farmington, MI 48336
248-426-7273

 

Good news! Lightweight fleece quarter-zips will now be purchased from the Mercy Marlin Shop. Kilts should be worn no more than two inches above the knee. Any student who permanently shortens her uniform skirt to an unacceptable length will be required to purchase a new skirt.

 

Please note only v-neck or cardigan sweaters purchased from Educational Outfitters, lightweight fleece quarter-zips purchased from the Marlin Shop (or previously purchased last year from Lands End), and Mercy Varsity letter sweaters may be worn in addition to the uniform blouse or polo and kilt (not in place of the blouse or polo).
 
Used Uniform Sale

The Mercy Mothers Club cleans and re-sells skirts, blouses, and sweaters during their annual Used Uniform Sale which will be held on Monday, August 20th during Marlin Business Day.

 
Uniforms will be worn starting Monday, August 27.
 
While out of uniform August 21-24, students should adhere to the *SPECIAL DRESS DAY requirements. Special dress days for holidays, liturgies, or other special events should be viewed as dress-up days rather than dress-down days. Guidelines for special dress days direct that attire be appropriate for school. It is inappropriate to expose cleavage, mid-section, or hips. Ripped clothing, jeans, pajama pants, sweatpants, casual shorts, or spaghetti straps are not allowed. Dress shorts may be worn as long as they are fingertip length or longer. Leggings or yoga pants may not be worn as stand-alone pants, only as an accessory to a dress or skirt. Students who elect not to dress up must be in full proper uniform: skirt; blouse or polo; socks; shoes.