Why uniforms?

Students in Kindergarten-Grade 8 wear uniforms. The Saint Mary School’s Uniform reflects the fact that we are a Catholic school and that what takes place during the school day is important. We want our students to wear our uniform proudly, and respectfully. We ask parents to monitor adherence to the policy each day.

We have two sets of uniforms per age group, Winter/Full Dress Uniforms (November 1st  – April 14th) and Spring/Fall Uniforms (April 15th – October 31st). Full Dress Uniforms are also worn on all days the students attend Mass, regardless of the season. On days students have physical education, they wear their physical education uniform the entire day. Our Grade 8 students have the privilege of wearing a special sweatshirt at any time.

There are occasional “free dress” days, usually to celebrate seasonal holidays. During Catholic Schools Week, there are thematic dress down days.  Each class has its own “class color” and class color t-shirts are available for purchase once or twice a year to be worn on days such as Class spirit days, Field Day, Spring Concert.

Our uniforms are provided by Lands End.  

Saint Mary School is happy to accept donated uniforms, at specified times throughout the year. Please contact Mrs. Monica Harron at x200 for more details.

Girls Uniform Guide - Kindergarten-Grade 5
Kindergarten student sitting on rug

Girls Uniform Guide - Kindergarten-Grade 5

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Boys Uniform Guide - Kindergarten-Grade 5
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Boys Uniform Guide - Kindergarten-Grade 5

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Middle School Uniform Guide
Boy and girl from Grade 8 standing in front of lockers

Middle School Uniform Guide

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