When students wear a uniform, they embody a sense of uniformity and community. At St. Anne School, we believe the strict uniform serves many purposes:
The symbolism of the uniform is that God sees or views all of his children equally.
It reminds us that we are each differentiated by our gifts from God.
Our students learn to evaluate themselves and others by what is on the inside instead of what they are wearing on the outside.
It eliminates the question of whether or not an item is appropriate.
It contributes to the sense of community.
High School Uniform:
Uniform guidelines will be reinstated from the 2022-2023 school year. During the 2023-2024 school year, the following additions will also apply:
1) Athletic shoes may be worn on all days, including Mass days. Also, in addition to last year's uniform shoes, we are adding black/brown loafers, and saddle shoes (black and white only).
2) Gray pants for boys.
3) Gray pants for girls.
4) Black/navy blue Leggings for girls with skirts shorter than 2 inches above the knee. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES may skirts be shorter than 4 inches above the knee (with or without Leggings).