Parents may purchase school uniforms from the approved vendor:
School Uniforms by Tommy Hilfiger in partnership with Global Schoolwear
The current STCS dress code can be viewed here.
The dress code for Saint Theresa Catholic School (STCS) contributes in a very important way to the overall sense of unity of the school community. The dress code enhances the learning atmosphere, adds a sense of pride, and reduces negative competition among the students. Our students are expected to wear their uniforms in a way that portrays a positive and modest self-image, conveys personal neatness and cleanliness, and demonstrates an attitude of excellence in performance and achievement. All students are expected to be in the full appropriate uniform each day. Modesty in attire is expected for students and all staff, faculty, and volunteers supporting any event on STCS property or a school sponsored activity off campus. The STCS dress code will be maintained throughout the entire school day. Dress code infractions may be determined by any faculty member, the Assistant Principal, or the Headmaster. Common infractions include: incomplete uniform (e.g., missing clothing, shoes, belts, socks), unwashed, unkempt or inappropriately styled hair, unclean or slovenly dress (e.g., untucked shirts, rolled skirts, wrong colored or improperly worn socks).
Any student who does not meet the dress requirement may be subject to disciplinary action and may be asked to leave school until the infraction is corrected. Parents will be called if their child arrives at school out of uniform or inappropriately dressed for the day. Parents will be asked to bring the appropriate garments to school. If parents cannot be reached in an attempt to provide the student with the appropriate garments, the student will be loaned items from the school’s Lost and Found.
Please label all garments and shoes legibly with the student’s first and last name.
Notes: Uniforms A, B and C are not interchangeable and must be worn only on the appropriate days. The B uniform is worn on days that students attend Mass, which are typically every Friday. If they are to be worn on special occasions, parents will typically be alerted in advance via email.