The uniform provides many advantages to our students, including safety, pride, and a sense of equality. The uniform allows staff to easily identify any person who does not belong in our building. Enrollment in the school is an explicit agreement to abide by the uniform code. Acceptable pieces of uniform are provided through our supplier in the McCarthy School Store. Students are expected to wear the STCSS uniform at all times during the school day, including spare. Titan Team/Club/Spirit wear is acceptable only at lunch, before and after school hours, it is not considered to be uniform. Hats are to be removed upon entry into the building.
Our school uniform provider, McCarthy Uniforms, is pleased to offer social distancing shopping options, valuable promotions, and flexible payment plans for school uniforms. Due to the uncertainty regarding COVID-19, please register as a student on the McCarthy Uniforms website to access information about our school uniform program, promotions, and shopping plans for Fall 2021.
Civvies Day Dress Code
On civvies days students are expected to dress appropriately, in modest clothing, fitting to a Catholic school. Capped sleeves are a must, tank tops may be worn only if covered by a sweater/sweat shirt, no bare midriffs. Dresses, shorts and skirts must be worn to mid-thigh. Clothing must not display inappropriate language/slogans.
Athletics Dress Code
Students are permitted to change out of uniform for Phys. Ed.. Attire must be appropriate and adhere to the following;
- Personally owned shirts must be sleeved (long/short), navy blue, grey or white with no logos, images or words.
- St. Theresa Athletics shirt in navy blue, grey, burgundy or white.
- STCSS navy blue short, personally owned navy or black shorts that are modest in style.
- Navy blue/black track pants or flared yoga pants.