At St. Joseph School we intentionally create an environment which is based around Gospel values and which holds each person with dignity and respect. Our policies regarding the school uniform and modest dress help foster this environment. It is also true that people give the most energy and care to the areas of their life which are important to them. When we take pride in what we wear, and at St. Joseph School that is the uniform, it says that we are proud to be here. When we care about how we look, it means we take pride in ourselves. Therefore, modest dress and the school uniform are issues in which we place great importance.
The St. Joseph School monogram cross is a symbol of the foundation of our school. It will act as a daily reminder for us to serve one another as followers of Christ in all that we do and say. Each student has the responsibility to be in complete school uniform at all times during the school day. Students who are not in the correct uniform will receive a verbal warning for the first offense. The second offense will be a written warning. After the second warning, all others will be a lunch detention.
Students with shirts that are not tucked in will receive warnings. Continued occurrences will result in detention.
Students who are not dressed accordingly on Dress-up and Jean Days will be asked to call home for a change of clothes. If they are not able to change into appropriate clothes, they will not be able to participate in the next jeans/dress-up day.
View the 2016-17 Uniform Policy.
Uniforms may be ordered from the following suppliers:
17631 W 12 Mile Rd,
Lathrup Village, MI
School Code: 1066
1532 N. Opdyke Road, Suite #450
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
School Code: HJP
School Code: 9000-2671-7
GYM UNIFORM & SPIRIT WEAR ORDER INFORMATION
School uniforms for gym are required for grades 4 through 8.
►Order gym uniforms/spirit wear online.