A flexible and cost effective dress code has been established at our school to encourage academic success while reducing distractions and competition. Implementing a simple, flexible, cost effective dress code promotes student learning and increased academic instruction time.
2019-20 School Uniform Information
Conservative shoes: solid brown, black, navy, white or burgundy (loafer style, dress shoes and tennis shoes) must be worn. Shoes/boots must be all one color (the sole color must match the shoe color). Fashion boots are permitted. Snow boots are permitted only as outerwear and must be removed and replaced with uniform shoes upon entering the classroom. Heels on shoes must be no higher than two inches. Platform shoes or open-back and open-toe shoes (e.g., clogs) are not permitted. Shoelaces must be tied.
Hats and head scarves may not be worn inside the building. This provision does not apply to head coverings worn for religious reasons if the student applies for and receives approval from the school administration to wear such head coverings.
Belts must be worn with pants that have belt loops.
Solid teal or black shirts, with or without collar, are permitted. Shirts with or without a collar containing shark (SCS) logos are permitted. No other logos are permitted.
College Bound shirts, given to Y5/Kinder students, may be worn on Spirit Day.
On days where casual bottoms are permitted, which are decided by and announced in advance by the school administration, shorts, skirts, pants should not be ripped. Shorts and skirts must follow all other guidelines.
Cold weather attire may include any solid-colored sweaters, vests or fleeces. No hoods are permitted. No sweatshirts are permitted in the classrooms except for special occasions as announced. A collared shirt must be worn under sweaters and vests.