"Catholic education is one of the most precious gifts I have, both as a teacher and as a mother. Catholic schools give us a unique way to integrate our faith with our lives."
– Mrs. McLean, high school Theology teacher; middle & high school paren
The purpose of the school uniform policy is to provide uniformity in attire that will eliminate competition among students as well as the distractions which fashion and hairstyle fads provide. The uniform policy helps to ensure that students project an appropriate and positive image of Catholic schools.
To view only the Elementary Dress Code Uniform policy in its entirety, click on the following link: Elementary Dress Code Uniform Policy
The Elementary, Middle and High School approved dress code items below may be purchased, in a variety of price ranges, from vendors of your choice, such as JC Penney catalog, Lands End, and L.L. Bean. Sometimes uniform clothing is also available at Meijer, Target, Sears and Walmart for limited times. Styles and colors must be comparable to those from actual uniform companies. Parent attention to this facet of their child(ren)'s school preparation is appreciated.
The principal’s decision is final regarding the appropriateness of clothing.
Belts: Optional. Black, brown, navy, khaki, with small, plain buckle
Jumper: Girls K-8
Shirts: Must be tucked in and loose fitting
School Polo shirt with approved embroidered school logo (available from Saginaw Knitting Mills):
School Sweatshirts with approved embroidered school logo
See colors above.
Tee-Shirts: May be worn tucked in under dress code polo or dress shirts.
Sweaters: Must have approved collared dress code shirt underneath
Hats: No hats may be worn inside the building at any time.
All Saints Middle School:
All Saints High School:
Tattoos: No visible tattoos allowed.
Jean Days: To be determined by principal
Dress-up Days: To be determined by principal
Revised by Parent Input Committee/Approved by Bay Area Catholic Schools Advisory Committee 10-3-2007; Updated 7-2009, 7-2014