Plain white or plain navy tops include:
Short and long-sleeved t-shirts, short and long-sleeve golf shirts, dress shirts, blouses, turtle necks, hoodies, vests, cardigans, sweaters or sweatshirts
Plain navy blue bottoms include:
Pants, shorts, skorts, skirts, tunic dress, dress, capri/cargo pants, track, athletic and yoga pants
Other clothing items include:
Denim/jeans (as mandated by TCDSB)
Hats and sunglasses are only to be worn outdoors (outdoor wear)
Flip flops and slip on sandals without straps are not recommended.
Mini-skirts, halter-tops, spaghetti straps, tank tops, muscle shirts, t-shirts with writing
Clothing with tears/holes
Oversized clothing (shirts to the knee, pants hanging low and off the waist)
Undergarments must not be visible.
St. John Spirit Wear (crested clothing with St John logo) is permitted to wear on any day.
The only requirement for Physical Education (PE) class is that garments be navy and/or white. It is mandatory to change for Grades 4-8 for PE class.
Footwear for Physical Education includes non-slip, non-marking soles.
There is no dress code requirement for student outerwear including outdoor sweaters, jackets, snow pants, hats, gloves, and sunglasses.
St. John Spirit Wear (crested) items will be available for purchase from time to time through CSAC initiatives.
It is recommended that parents / families label all clothing pieces clearly.
During the year, dress-down or non-dress code days will be planned. These days will be announced (i.e in the Week at a Glance / “The SCOOP”) throughout the year, so parents and students can be prepared. Students have the option of wearing the dress code or regular clothes, which may include coloured clothing, denim/jeans, and logos. All other guidelines for what is not included should be followed. Students should be modestly dressed in keeping with our Catholic values.
Blue and White Dress Code Information
Order Form for Blue and White Dress