- Class of 2023 - black kilt or pants
- Class of 2024 - grey kilt or pants
- Class of 2025 - green plaid kilt or navy pants
- Class of 2026 - blue plaid kilt or khaki pants
The Mercy uniform consists of:
the uniform skirt or pants (color is grade specific)
a blouse or polo
socks, footed tights or leggings underneath the uniform skirt: solid black, dark green, gray, maroon, navy or white - sweatpants or pajama pants may not be worn underneath the uniform skirt
Mercy ID/lanyard worn around neck at all times while in the building
optional uniform items are black cardigan, V-neck or vest sweaters, black quarter-zip sweatshirts or Mercy Varsity letter sweaters worn in addition to the uniform blouse or polo (not in place of the blouse or polo)
Accessories: Accessories to the uniform, including but not limited to hats, are not allowed. Any garment worn under the uniform blouse may not be visible; this includes sports bras. A long-sleeve, white or black only top may be worn under the uniform blouse or polo.
Coats: Coats and jackets may not be worn in school at all during the school day. If coats or jackets are left unattended anywhere in the building, they may be taken by school personnel and claimed at the Reception Area by the student.
Shoes: Shoes must be closed-toe and closed-heel. Crocs with the strap around the heel and closed-toe Birkenstock clogs are acceptable. Boots may be worn during the months of November – March (subject to be adjusted with inclement weather).
Special Dress Days: Special dress days for holidays, liturgies (when announced) or other special events should be viewed as dress-up days rather than dress-down days. On a student’s birthday, they may also dress in Special Dress Day attire; a birthday sticker must be picked up from the Reception Area at the beginning of the day and visibly worn all day. Attire must be appropriate for school. It is inappropriate to expose cleavage, mid-section, or hips. Ripped clothing, jeans, pajama pants, sweatpants, casual shorts, camis and 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.
Spirit Attire Days: One day each month (usually the first Friday) will be designated Mercy Spirit Attire Day. On these days students will be permitted to wear a Mercy shirt. Mercy accessories (hats, scarves, etc.) are also allowed. Students must be in uniform on the bottom (uniform skirt/pants, leg wear and shoes).