Uniforms

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The official dress code of Monsignor John Pereyma Catholic Secondary School is a result of discussion with faculty, students, parent council and administration. Our school uniform is compulsory. All students are to wear the uniform during the school day. The school colours are maroon, grey and black. All Dress Code infractions will be addressed with discretion and respect.

Students can purchase their uniform at McCarthy School Uniforms.

 

School Uniform

Students are required to wear the uniform properly. The uniform will be kept clean and in good repair and worn neatly. Uniform clothing needs to be sized appropriately: neither too large nor immodestly tight. 

 

Items of the uniform

Requirements

X-Kilt

Maroon, grey and black plaid McCarthy's kilts must be worn no more than 4" above the knee (#7150) with solid maroon, grey, black or white knee socks/tights. The kilt must be properly hemmed and cannot be worn more than 10 cm from the middle of the kneecap. Failure to wear the kilt, as specified, may result in the loss of privilege to wear this uniform item; pants only will be allowed for the remainder of the semester.

Dress Pants

Charcoal Grey pants (McCarthy's label required). Pants must be worn around the waist and the waist band is not to be rolled and open.

Hosiery/Socks

Patterned tights, pantyhose or sheer tights are not permitted. Ankle socks are not permitted. Plain maroon, black, grey or white knee socks may be worn with the kilt. With pants or shorts only solid white, black or grey socks that are above the ankle may be worn.

Foot wear

Only low cut, solid black shoes are acceptable. No other colour or design shall be on the shoe. Laces must be black and plain. The shoes must have a full back and closed toe. Boots, sandals, flip-flops, clogs and other styles of slip on shoes are not permitted. For safety reasons, shoes must be worn at all times in the building, including lunchtime. Please inquire, with the administration, if there is any question about the appropriateness of footwear PRIOR to making a purchase.

First Layer Shirt

Only McCarthy's Monsignor John Pereyma Catholic Secondary School embroidered logo white long or short-sleeved golf shirt may be worn.

Second Layer Sweater

Only McCarthy's maroon zip polo, v-neck pull over, v-neck vest, Full Zip Fitted Jacket, all embroidered may be worn. Students may remove their sweaters/vest while in the classroom with teacher's permission. However, second layers must be worn while in the hallways and cafeteria.

Items that Can be Worn with the Uniform
  • Belts: If belts are worn they must be plain and black. No distracting or offensive buckles are 
        permitted. No other makeshift belts are permitted (shoe laces etc).
  • Jewelry: Must be neat, respectable and inoffensive. No spiked or studded bracelets, necklaces and earrings 
        are permitted.
  • Undershirts: Only short-sleeved PLAIN WHITE t-shirts are permitted under the school shirt. Plain means 
        "without any decoration or text." The length of the sleeve of the undershirt must not exceed the length of
          the sleeve of uniform shirt.

Items that Cannot be Worn with the Uniform 

The following items may not be worn with the school's uniform.

  • Bandanas: Bandanas are prohibited and will be confiscated if seen. Parents may come to the school to 
        retrieve the item. No wide headbands are permitted.
  • Hats: Hats and hooded sweaters may not be worn in the school building from time of arrival for the school 
        day to time of departure. No athletic hoodies or club hoodies are to be worn unless permission has been 
        given.
  • Outer Clothing: Students must remove outer clothing as soon as possible after arrival to school, and put 
        outer clothing on as late as possible when about to depart from school. Outer clothing must be stored in the 
        locker, not taken to classrooms.

Administration reserves the right to determine the appropriateness of all non-school uniform items.

Summer Uniform 

First layers of the uniform are to be worn every day. Second layers are optional, but if you are cold, you must wear a school approved second layer. No hoodies or other sweatshirts are permitted.

For the girls, knee socks may be worn from April 3 to  October 31.

Girls and boys may wear shorts from April 3 to  October 31 with socks.

 

Spirit Days 

Throughout the school year, students will be allowed to share their school spirit by wearing a Monsignor John Pereyma Catholic Secondary School sweater, jersey, hoodie or logo item in place of a second layer. Only Monsignor John Pereyma Catholic Secondary School items will be allowed on these spirit wear days.
Non-Uniform Days
On non-uniform days students must be dressed in clothing appropriate for a Catholic secondary school. Parent and guardians will be contacted and students may be sent home if dressed inappropriately. No head wear will be permitted and shorts will not be permitted before April 3. There will be a cost associated with each non-uniform day with the proceeds going to charity. 

 

 

 

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