Uniform Policy

The school uniform is intended to develop a sense of pride, modesty and self-discipline.  By choosing to attend St. Ignatius of Loyola Catholic Secondary School, students and parents make a commitment to comply with and support the school uniform policy. Students must remain in full uniform throughout the school day while in the building.  This includes the hallway, cafeteria and atrium.

Students who are consistently out of uniform will see the Vice Principal for progressive discipline. 

Uniform

We are pleased to announce that McCarthy Uniforms is our official school uniform provider. Many of you may be familiar with the reputation for quality and the time-tested McCarthy tradition that will provide our families with exceptional uniform products. In addition to a superior quality garment, this new partnership with also provide our families with more flexibility when ordering, improved availability, and reduced costs.

Uniform Purchasing:

McCarthy Uniforms (mccarthyuniforms.ca) and search for your school’s custom e-store

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Instagram: @mccarthy_uniforms

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LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mccarthy-uniforms-inc/

If your family is in financial need and requires support with your uniform, please contact your Vice Principal.

The HCDSB uniform policy can be accessed here.

Guidelines for Non-Uniform Civvies Days

  • Attire should be modest and school appropriate.
  • Clothing with inappropriate logos, sayings or pictures is not acceptable at school.
  • Crop/midriff tops, cut-off shorts and torn or ripped jeans are not to be worn at school.
  • No bare midriffs.
  • Physical education clothing should provide for comfortable, modest and safe for movement during activities. 
  • Shorts must cover to mid-thigh when seated. Shorts worn at a length that is above mid-thigh will not be permitted.

The Administration reserves the right to decide on appropriate attire.

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