The front of the school building.

Dress Code

The uniform is one way to encourage respect, responsibility and safety in our school. It distinguishes Holy Angels Catholic School from other schools and gives our students a sense of pride. All students from Kindergarten to Grade 8 are expected to wear the Holy Angels school uniform on a daily basis. It consists of navy pants, shorts or skorts, and a clean navy or white shirt/blouse/golf-type polo shirt or t-shirt. Over-garments and pants with stripes, logos and/or words are not part of the school uniform.



Plain white or navy tops, short or long sleeves, with or without collar.

  • Small discrete logos/symbols are acceptable; No large

    written logos (e.g., GAP).

Plain navy bottoms, any type.

  • Shorts are to be mid-thigh or longer.

  • Skorts are skirts with shorts sewn inside.

  • Track pants are allowed.

  • Yoga pants or legging are allowed.

  • Skirts and tunic dresses need to be modest, knee or

    slightly above knee in length.

  • Tunic dresses are plain navy blue and worn with plain

    white/blue tops underneath.

  • No low rise pants of any type, waistline needs to sit at or

    just below navel.

Other clothing items include:

  • Girls tights can be plain white or plain navy blue.

  • Socks, that can be seen, can be solid white or solid

    navy blue.

  • Shoes - suitable for recess, gym and physical

    activity – running shoes are recommended, secure

    sandals when weather appropriate.

  • Over-garments: sweaters, hoodies/sweatshirts,

    cardigans and vests MUST BE BLUE OR WHITE.

What Not to Wear

  • Denim/jeans.

  • Clothing with visible labels, logos, or contrasting colours.

  • Leggings/jeggings.

  • Non-collared shirts.

Dress Code in TCDSB Schools

All Elementary schools within the jurisdiction of the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) shall adopt an Appropriate Dress Code or Uniform Dress Code.

All Secondary schools within the jurisdiction of the Board shall adopt a Uniform Dress Code.

Parents are encouraged to review the local dress code at their child’s school and to direct their questions to the principal of the school.