School Uniform Information
School uniforms have traditionally been a hallmark of Catholic education, for several reasons:
- Their use fosters a sense of unity and solidarity among the students of a given school.
- Uniforms help to promote an environment of equality among students.
- Use of uniforms eliminates difficulties in clothing selection for both students and parents.
As a visible sign and outward representation of SFdA Catholic School, uniforms should be clean, neat, and in order, reflecting a pride in appearance which is consistent with the ideals of the school.
School uniforms are required. Specifics of the dress code policy are available in the Parent/Student Handbook. Important uniform information:
- Uniforms may be purchased from Educational Outfitters anytime during the year.
- Athletic or dress shoes with socks are required.
- Students must wear a black or brown leather belt.
More detailed Dress Code information
Non-uniform (free dress) day requirements are strictly enforced – refer to the Parent/Student Handbook for details.
*Administration and staff reserve the right to judge what is appropriate and acceptable.