Uniform and Dress Code

Dress Code

Tops, Sweaters, Shirts and Sweatshirts

Must be solid blue (teal or turquoise are not acceptable colors of blue), heather gray, or white. Small trim is acceptable on collars, cuffs, or pockets provided it is blue, gray, or white. Small (no more than 1-inch in diameter) brand decals are acceptable regardless of color. Any top that has been approved by the Dean of Students as "PresWear" is acceptable.

For more details, see the Student Handbook.

Skirt

The uniform skirt is plaid--blue, gray and white. It must be clean and pressed; rolling the waistband is unacceptable. Shorts worn under the skirt may not be visible. Skirts may be no shorter than four inches above the middle of the kneecap or knee joint fold line. Skirts must be large enough to be fully zipped and fastened at the waist. If a skirt is too small or too short, the student will be loaned a suitable skirt to wear until proper alterations are made.

For more details, see the Student Handbook.

Outerwear

Leg Wear: Tights, nylons or socks must be worn. Socks must be solid blue, gray, or white. Nylons and tights must have feet. Leggings, leg warmers, and thermal leggins are not permitted. Black socks or tights are not allowed.

Jackets: Must be any solid combination of navy blue, gray or white. Black jackets may not be worn during the school day.

Shoes: Shoes must be worn. Any type of shoe is acceptable except for flip flops, slippers or moccasins.

For more details, see the the Student Handbook.

Winter Sweat Uniform

Due to the discontinuation of our former navy sweat pants, there is a new sweat pant option available. It should be worn with the white Pres polo and the gray Pres fleece jacket. The pants have the Presentation logo near one of the pockets. They can be purchased in the store or online.

For more details, see the Student Handbook.

Formal Uniform

Formal uniform must be worn for all liturgies, special occasions, and events. The formal uniform consists of three items: white PHS crest polo shirt, PHS skirt, and white tights or white socks. The navy blue PHS sweater may be worn over the white polo.

For more details, see the Student Handbook.

Free Dress Attire

Clothing should be clean, hemmed, and not torn or ripped.

Pants, Shorts: No overly tight pants may be worn as an exterior garment. No ripped or torn jeans are permitted. Low-cut pants or pants that show the midriff are not allowed. Shorts may be no shorter than mid-thigh.

Dresses, Skirts, Shirts and Tops: Dresses and skirts may be no shorter than mid-thigh. Slits that end above mid-thigh are not permitted. Tops may not be low cut. Tops that are strapless, halter, off-the-shoulder, low cut or that show a midriff are not permitted.

PE/Workout Clothing: Athletic workout attire is only permissible during PE class. PE clothing may not be worn on free dress days.

Pajamas: Not permitted.

For more details, see the Student Handbook.

Navy Cotton Twill Pants

Navy Cotton Twill Pants: These pants may be worn any day of the year, including formal uniform days. They also have a small Pres crest near one of the pockets. On regular days, students may wear these pants with any of the Pres wear they currently are wearing with the skirt. On formal uniform days, students must wear these pants with the white PHS polo and the optional navy PHS V-neck sweater. Here is a link to view and purchase the new pants.