Dress Code

Detailed Dress Code (as found in handbook)
2019-2020 Academic Year
  • Girls are able to wear a jumper or skirt and a blouse or shirt. Sweaters, slacks and shorts are options.
  • Boys wear dress slacks with a shirt. Sweaters and shorts are options.
  • Guidelines
    • Skirt/Jumper: Girls may wear a tartan plaid jumper, tartan plaid skirt or khaki skirt. The jumper may be a V-neck pleated jumper or a shift style jumper. Girls have four options for skirts: split, pleated, kick pleat, or kilt style.
    • Pants/Shorts: Pants or shorts can be khaki or blue.
    • Shirts/Blouses: Shirts and blouses are solid color of light blue, royal blue, navy, gray or white.
    • Shirts need to be tucked in or have a banded waistband. Sweaters are to be worn over a collared shirt.
    • Shoes must have backs or straps. Shoes should be comfortable.
    • All shirts, sweaters or outerwear must have the embroidered school monogram.*
  • Gym
    • P.E. uniforms are mandatory. The uniform consists of a royal blue jersey knit or micromesh gym short with a Saint Rose School monogram on the leg, or a royal blue fleece sweat pant with the monogram. The top is a gray T-shirt with a monogram, or a royal blue fleece sweatshirt with the monogram.
    • Kindergarten students do not need to wear a gym uniform.
Vendors:
  • Schoolbelles
    • Offers a complete selection of uniform apparel including crest embroidery.
    • Visit the store at 5325 Monroe Street  Toledo, Ohio 43623 
      419-824-0400
    • Order online at Schoolbelles   School code: S0613
    • 2020 Buying Guide 
  • Lands End:
    • Offers a complete selection of uniform apparel, including crest embroidery.
    • Order online at Land's End   School code: 900166208
  • French Toast SchoolBox:
    • Offers a complete selection of uniform apparel, including crest embroidery.
    • ​Order online from French Toast SchoolBox  School code: QS44PG8
  • Jupmode Supply
  • Iron-on Patches
    • Iron on Patches can be purchased from the school office for $2/each.
Alternate Dress

Occasionally throughout the school year students are awarded the option to wear something other than the regular dress code.  These days may include birthdays, picture days or in celebration of a special award or event such as Catholic Schools Week or Right to Read Week.  On such occasions, all clothing shall be within the guidelines of decency and good taste as appropriate for school. 

Alternate Dress Day/Birthday

K-5 students can wear jeans, shorts, sweatpants or their usual uniform clothing.  Girls are permitted to wear dresses, leggings, or skirts. 

Students in 6-8 are permitted to wear dress/walking shorts, jeans, Saint Rose approved sweatpants sold through Saint Rose approved vendors, or their usual uniform attire. Girls are permitted to wear dresses or skirts.  Students can wear a top of their choice.  All clothing shall be sufficient to conceal undergarments at all times.  Bare midriffs, tank tops, low-cut or revealing tops or tops with spaghetti straps are not acceptable, unless worn under another shirt. If a student does not have clothing that meets these guidelines he/she is to wear his/her uniform clothing. The virtue of modesty should be encouraged.

Spirit Days

On Spirit Days students are permitted to wear an official Saint Rose School t-shirt/sweatshirt. K-5 students can wear jeans, shorts, sweatpants or their usual uniform clothing.  Girls can wear skirts or leggings.  

Students in 6-8 are permitted to wear dress/walking shorts, jeans, Saint Rose approved sweatpants sold through Saint Rose approved vendors, or their usual uniform attire. 

Picture Days/Themed Days

Students can wear pants, jeans, and shirts of their choice.  Girls may wear skirt or dresses of their choice. All clothing shall be sufficient to conceal undergarments at all times.  Bare midriffs, tank tops, low-cut or revealing tops or tops with spaghetti straps are not acceptable, unless worn under another shirt. If a student does not have clothing that meets these guidelines he/she is to wear his/her uniform clothing.

2019/20 Planned Alternate Dress Dates (Subject to change)

  • August 30 - Spirit Day
  • September 20 - Dress Like a Pirate Day, Spirit Day, or regular dress code day
  • September 24/25 - Picture Day depending on classroom
  • September 27 - Spirit Day
  • October 31 - Halloween Parties and costumes
  • November 26 - OSU or your favorite team's apparel, Spirit Day
  • December 20 - Alternate Dress Day
  • January 27-31 - Catholic Schools Week - alternate dress schedule will be communicated
  • February 13 - Valentine's Day parties and alternate dress
  • March 20 - Spirit Day
  • April 17 - Spirit Day
  • May 8 - Spirit Day
  • May 21 - Alternate Dress