What one wears influences how one thinks and feels. We dress in uniform and look sharp because we want to have sharp minds, and we want to show respect for the school, our work, one another, and ourselves. We also present as a unified, dignified, respectable group when in public.
Students are able to express their unique personalities through a personal choice of hair styles and reasonable jewelry or neck ties, as long as these are not distracting to the other students.
Girls may wear lip gloss & nail polish, but no other make-up.
If a student arrives at school out of uniform or in violation of the dress code, he or she will be given a uniform to wear for the day and issued with a fine of $5.00 per dress code violation, to be taken out of the money they earn at their student business.
You can find these simple uniform items at Marks & Spencer, who have long provided affordable, durable school uniforms to the British, Old Navy, the Gap, Lands End, Walmart, Target, or the Children's Place.
Please order your uniforms by July at the latest to make sure you have them in the correct sizes and ready for the beginning of term.
St. Anthonys shirts
Students will have the opportunity to earn dress down days, and sometimes we will have dress down days for our field trips.
On these days, students may wear a St. Anthonys t-shirt rather than a uniform shirt.
St. Anthonys hoodies & sweatshirts are within the dress code on a daily basis.
You can order shirts here
Socks & Indoor Slipper options:
Knitted Slipper Socks:
Knitted Sports Socks (black):
Students are free to express themselves in their choice of socks and footwear, within reason - any comfortable, practical (keeping in mind that shoes should be good for running/playing/martial arts), close-toed shoes, as long as they are not distracting (no blinking lights, high heels, or bells, please)
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