Uniform and Dress Code
School Dress and Regulations
The 2018-2019 School Dress and Regulations are currently being updated. Please check back in July for the most updated information.
As a St. Lucy’s student, you represent all members of the school community: Administration, faculty, staff, the current student body, your family, and all of St. Lucy’s alumnae and friends. The school and team sport uniforms that you wear identify you as a member of our community. Uniforms are to be worn daily unless specified by the Administration. All uniforms must be purchased through Dennis Uniform Company. Wearing your uniform properly and with pride reflects positively on yourself and all of the St. Lucy’s community.
St. Lucy’s Priory High School seeks to maintain an atmosphere that is conducive to the highest quality of academic pursuit and conduct. Since the appearance of students contributes greatly to an attitude in school and the respect they earned in public, all students are expected to adhere to the following uniform expectations.
Parents are responsible to see that their daughter leaves home properly dressed and groomed for school and school-sponsored activities. Parents are to ensure that their daughter regularly follows conventional standards for personal hygiene.
All members of the school community are expected to support compliance with the dress and grooming policy. In all instances, the school reserves the right to regulate against unbecoming fads or fashions that reflect negatively on the person and/or school. It is the right and responsibility of the faculty to enforce the dress code.
GROOMING and CONDITION OF UNIFORM
Students are required to look neat and attractive at all times. Anything that could be considered excessive by way of skirt length, make-up, hairstyles, hair length, hair color, inappropriate or gaudy jewelry, visible tattoos, fingernails, or lack of refinement in dress is indicative of poor taste for school wear. Students may not wear curlers, rollers, head coverings, hats, scarves, forehead bands, etc. to school at any time. Uniforms and shoes must be clean, unmarked and in good repair at all times. If for any reason a student is unable to be in uniform, a signed note from her parent is REQUIRED. The note is presented to the Assistant Principal BEFORE school and a permit slip is issued.
ACCESSORIES: Jewelry may not be worn in nose or parts of the face or body other than in the ears. Body-piercing jewelry is not permitted.
BODY PAINT/TATTOOS: Students may not wear facial body paint or tattoos to school or at any school activity.
HAIR COLOR/STYLES: Extreme hair colors such as paint red, pink, green, etc. are not acceptable. Bleaching, unnatural streaking of hair or extreme hair-styles are not permitted. Multi-colored or two-toned hair is not permitted.
The letter jacket is an item that is earned by the student through participation in a varsity sport at St. Lucy's Priory High School. Please read about the guidelines here: Letter Jacket & Letter Information.
DENNIS UNIFORM COMPANY -- All uniforms are purchased through Dennis Uniform
The Dennis Uniform Company
2640 North San Fernando Road, Los Angeles, CA 90065
800-854-6951 or 323-441-0168
Online at www.dennisuniform.com
St. Lucy’s school code LA00DK.
View the St. Lucy's Priory High School's Formal Dance Dress Standards here.