Kilts, blouses, polos, and black sweaters (cardigan, v-neck, vest) must be purchased from Educational Outfitters
. Black quarter-zips must be purchased from Mercy Marlin Shop. Polos may be purchased from both Educational Outfitters or 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. Full uniform includes wearing your ID/lanyard around your neck at all times while in the building. Only v-neck, vest or cardigan sweaters purchased from the uniform company, black quarter-zips purchased from the Marlin Shop or 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).
Accessories to the uniform, including but not limited to hats and scarves, are not allowed. Any garment worn under the uniform blouse may not be visible. A long-sleeve, white or black only, top may be worn under the uniform blouse.
Students must wear solid, without a pattern, black, dark green, gray, maroon, navy or white (no neon or lace) foot/leg wear with their uniforms. Footless tights or leggings may be worn under the uniform skirt, but socks must be worn as well. Shoes must be closed toe and closed heel. Crocs and closed toe Birkenstock clogs are acceptable. The side of the shoe must rest below the ankle. Boots may be worn during the months of November - March (subject to be adjusted with inclement weather). Sweatpants or pajama pants may be worn to school underneath the uniform skirt, but must be removed by 8:00 a.m.
Students are expected to be in full uniform while in the building during the school day (between 8:00 a.m. and sign-out). Violation of uniform or dress code policies will result in sanctions. The entire Uniform Policy can be found in the Student Handbook
SPECIAL DRESS DAY POLICY
Special dress days for holidays, liturgies (when announced), 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, camis, strapless tops are not allowed. Dress shorts may be worn long 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. If this policy is violated the student will be given a uniform to wear for the day and will receive one detention.