The sole school uniform suppliers for St. Edward Confessor School is Flynn and O’Hara.
School Uniform for Kindergarten – Fifth Grades
Girls - Short-sleeved white round collar or long-sleeved white round color blouse with plaid jumper, button-down cardigan (optional), navy knee socks or navy tights and uniform rubber sole shoe only. Girls’ hair accessories – coordinating plaid scrunchies, and plaid headbands are available through Flynn and O'Hara. Please note that in the summer months (May 1 - November 1), girls may wear uniform navy dress shorts and knit shirt.
Boys - Navy twill slacks with pleats, white short-sleeved or long-sleeved button-down oxford shirt, plaid tie, navy or black belt, navy button-down cardigan sweater (optional), navy or black hosiery and uniform shoes with rubber soles only. Please note that in the summer months (May 1 - November 1), boys may wear navy dress shorts and knit shirt, with shorts or slacks.
Middle School Uniform for Sixth – Eighth Grades
Boys - Gray flannel slacks, light blue oxford long- or short-sleeve shirt, choice of two ties (solid gray or gray plaid), navy long sleeve V-neck sweater or navy sleeveless V-neck sweater vest with emblem, navy blue colored knit shirt with logo (in summer months only), black belt, navy or gray socks, and uniform rubber sole shoes. Please note sweater or vest must be worn over the oxford shirt at all times. Boys may wear uniform knit shirt in the summer months (May 1 - November 1). Fleece pullover is to be worn to and from school but is not part of the daytime uniform. In addition, non-uniform sweatshirts may not be worn during class time unless given specific approval by the administration.
Girls - Solid gray skirt, light blue oxford long- or short-sleeve shirt, navy blue colored knit shirt with logo (in summer months only), navy long sleeve pullover sweater or navy sleeveless vest with emblem, navy or gray tights, navy or gray knee-length socks and uniform rubber sole shoes. Please note that the vest or sweater must be worn over the oxford shirts at all times. Girls may also wear the uniform skort during summer months (May 1 - November 1). Also the blue fleece pullover can be worn to and from school but is not part of the daytime uniform. In addition, non-uniform sweatshirts may not be worn during class time unless given specific approval by the administration.
Gym Uniform for Kindergarten - Eighth Grades
The gym uniform is mandatory for Physical Education classes. No substitutes will be allowed. Gym uniforms are not to be “restyled” in ANY WAY. Uniforms must be purchased from Lobel’s. The gym uniform consists of navy sweatpants or navy shorts with logo, navy or white colored short sleeved shirt with logo, white or navy long sleeved t-shirt and/or navy sweatshirt with logo. Sneakers are mandatory for PE classes.
Uniforms must be neat, clean, pressed, and in good condition. Students hair must be worn in a conservative, well-groomed style. Extreme hairstyles are not permitted. Hair should be worn in such a style that vision is not obstructed. Length of boys’ hair should be cut to above the shirt collar. Dyed hair, facial hair, and hats are not permitted. If a student is out of uniform, he or she will receive a demerit (grades 4 - 8) and parents may be asked to pick the student up from school or bring the appropriate uniform. Cleanliness is important and will be addressed by the school nurse and/or administration in a kind, appropriate manner if necessary.
All students are required to be in full uniform on days they attend Mass. Dress-down cards should never be used on a day when the student will be attending Mass. If it is a gym day, students may wear their gym uniforms to school. However, students should be dressed neatly and properly for Church.
Dress Down Days
When the privilege of a “dress down” day is afforded to the students, they are expected to have a neat, well- groomed appearance. The school reserves the right to reject unsuitable modes of appearance and other attire that is not age appropriate, in which case the student will be removed from class. Parents are to assume responsibility for the student’s appearance, and will be called upon to bring suitable clothing to school for the students to wear.
No tight, frayed or ripped clothing
Leggings permitted if worn with thigh-length top or with skirt
Skirts and dresses should not be shorter than 2 inches above the knee
No offensive images or writing not in accordance to Catholic doctrine
No articles of clothes that are too tight
No tank tops
No athletic shorts
All pants worn at the waist
Shorts: mid-thigh only; no tight-fitting shorts; Capri’s are permitted Footwear: sneakers and sandals are permitted, no flip flops
N.U.T. Passes (No Uniform Today)
N.U.T. passes are given to students by the principal on occasion for the purpose of demonstrating to the students her appreciation and recognition of their accomplishments academically, socially, and faith filled. Students may use N.U.T. passes on a day of their choice; however the classroom teacher must be notified a day in advance. Students may not use N.U.T. passes on days of Liturgical Services.