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Toronto Catholic District School Board


TCDSB Dress Code at St. Albert Catholic School



Dress Code in TCDSB Elementary Schools: 


All Elementary schools within the jurisdiction of the Board 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.


For more details about the TCDSB policy, please visit:


The Toronto Catholic District School Board has implemented a common dress code in all elementary schools - blue bottoms and white tops.


Navy Blue: pants, shorts, skorts, skirts, dresses, cargo/capri pants, sweaters, hoodies, fleeces, cardigans. This does not include: track pants, sweat pants, tights, nylon pants, leggings, athletic pants, jeans, jeggings, yoga pants/tights.
White: golf shirts, blouses, dress shirts, turtle necks, mock turtle necks
This does not include T-shirts or any shirts with logos or messages of any kind (other than St.Albert spirit wear).  Please note, the standard appropriate dress items are collared and sleeved white or navy blue shirts - that is, no cut-off/muscle shirts or shirts tied with elastics are permitted.  Pants are navy blue - not ripped at the knees. 
The Appropriate Dress Code Policy calls for clothes items that navy and white - not baby blue, nor any other shades of blue or off-white or beige. These items are not to have any graphics, unless it is the St. Albert crest (or spirit wear Anaconda logo) or a TCDSB crest. If in the past, you have purchased St.Albert vests, hoodies, or sweat tops, your child would definitely still be encouraged to wear it especially during the colder months of the year and/or during physical education classes.


For more details about the TCDSB policy, please visit: