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






1.       MCSS Golf Shirt MUST be worn each day (even with the Zip-Polo).

2.       Pants are NOT to be taken in or altered to change the shape of the pant leg.

3.       All pants or kilts MUST be hemmed properly-NO pants should be dragging on the floor.

4.       Pants are NOT to be tucked into socks or shoes at any time.

5.       Kilts must be worn with all-black dress shoes only or LOW-CUT all-black running shoes.

6.       Kilts must be worn with navy or black knee-high socks or tights (NOT leggings or nylons).

7.       Kilts should be worn at a modest length.

8.       Shoes must be ALL BLACK closed dress shoes or ALL-BLACK closed running shoes.

9.       Boots are not allowed. Students may wear boots to school but must change into uniform shoes before going to class.

10.    Madonna Spirit Wear is not the uniform and does not replace the uniform.  Spirit Wear indicates TOPS ONLY and may be worn ONLY on Fridays.

11.    Only Madonna uniform items may be worn in school/classes. Head scarves – i.e. religious, cultural – are permitted.


*The uniform is expected to be worn ALL Day.

Students out of uniform may:
Ø	be directed to get into uniform and parents will be informed;
Ø	be sent home to get uniform; or
Ø	work in main office for remainder of the day.
NOTE:  Ongoing uniform issues will result in escalating consequences such as detention or suspension.

 *No student should be changing out of uniform during lunch.


All students obtain uniform items only from McCarthy Uniforms Inc.

360 Evans Avenue, Toronto, ON,  M8X 1K5  |  (416) 593-6900  |


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.