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St. Bridget Parish School’s uniform policy represents tradition, respect for authority and order, and the belief in the basic equality of all in the eyes of God. The uniform policy/dress code ensures that students have a well-groomed, modest, and neat appearance. Therefore, proper school dress is emphasized, and although no uniform policy/dress code can consider all of the new styles as they are created, appearance and dress are to be in good taste at all times. Any student who is determined to be inappropriately dressed for school by a staff member will be required to change or appropriately alter clothes and parent/guardians will be notified. Any student whose attire is a distraction will be asked to change or appropriately alter attire. Students must be INDEPENDENT in putting on their attire. 

General Requirments

St. Bridget Parish School students should dress in a manner that reflects personal pride and promotes school community. St. Bridget students should maintain modesty at all times. Attire should be neat and clean and fit appropriately; no excessively form fitting, baggy, tattered, or torn clothing is allowed. Fad clothing or extremes in dress are not considered appropriate. Students are expected to have hair of natural color.

St. Bridget logos are allowed; other non-school logos may be worn if smaller than the palm of your students’ hand.

St. Bridget Parish School students in Kindergarten through 5th grade are expected to be in full school uniform, unless authorized by the principal, and should wear their uniforms in a manner that reflects personal pride and promotes school community.

Mass Days: Students are expected to dress in UNIFORM on Mass days. Please see the Kindergarten-5 th Grade Uniform policy for more details. Sweatshirts, shorts, and capris are not allowed to be worn at Mass.

Casual Fridays: Students are allowed to wear shirts with athletic organizations, college emblems, and sports affiliations; follow the Pre-K/Middle School Dress Code or wear uniforms. All policies with regards to school modesty will still apply. 

Spirit Days: Spirit days are held periodically throughout the school year. The purpose of a Spirit Day is for students and staff to celebrate together by wearing clothing that fits a theme – usually seasonal. If you choose not to take part in the Spirit Day, you must wear the school uniform. All policies with regards to school modesty will still apply.

General Requirements

St. Bridget Parish School students should dress in a manner that reflects personal pride and promotes school community. St. Bridget students should maintain modesty at all times. Attire should be neat and clean and fit appropriately; no excessively form fitting, baggy, tattered, or torn clothing is allowed. Fad clothing or extremes in dress are not considered appropriate. Students are expected to have hair of natural color.

St. Bridget logos are allowed; other non-school logos may be worn if smaller than the palm of your students’ hand.

St. Bridget Parish School students in Kindergarten through 5th grade are expected to be in full school uniform, unless authorized by the principal, and should wear their uniforms in a manner that reflects personal pride and promotes school community.

Mass Days: Students are expected to dress in UNIFORM on Mass days. Please see the Kindergarten-5 th Grade Uniform policy for more details. Sweatshirts, shorts, and capris are not allowed to be worn at Mass.

Casual Fridays: Students are allowed to wear shirts with athletic organizations, college emblems, and sports affiliations; follow the Pre-K/Middle School Dress Code or wear uniforms. All policies with regards to school modesty will still apply.

Spirit Days: Spirit days are held periodically throughout the school year. The purpose of a Spirit Day is for students and staff to celebrate together by wearing clothing that fits a theme – usually seasonal. If you choose not to take part in the Spirit Day, you must wear the school uniform. All policies with regards to school modesty will still apply. 

General Requirements

St. Bridget Parish School students should dress in a manner that reflects personal pride and promotes school community. St. Bridget students should maintain modesty at all times. Attire should be neat and clean and fit appropriately; no excessively form fitting, baggy, tattered, or torn clothing is allowed. Fad clothing or extremes in dress are not considered appropriate. Students are expected to have hair of natural color.

St. Bridget logos are allowed; other non-school logos may be worn if smaller than the palm of your students’ hand.

St. Bridget Parish School students in Kindergarten through 5th grade are expected to be in full school uniform, unless authorized by the principal, and should wear their uniforms in a manner that reflects personal pride and promotes school community.

Mass Days: Students are expected to dress in UNIFORM on Mass days. Please see the Kindergarten-5 th Grade Uniform policy for more details. Sweatshirts, shorts, and capris are not allowed to be worn at Mass.

Casual Fridays: Students are allowed to wear shirts with athletic organizations, college emblems, and sports affiliations; follow the Pre-K/Middle School Dress Code or wear uniforms. All policies with regards to school modesty will still apply.

Spirit Days: Spirit days are held periodically throughout the school year. The purpose of a Spirit Day is for students and staff to celebrate together by wearing clothing that fits a theme – usually seasonal. If you choose not to take part in the Spirit Day, you must wear the school uniform. All policies with regards to school modesty will still apply.