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School Uniforms

Uniform Overview

At DeLaSalle, we maintain a uniform dress code to support our goal of creating an equitable environment, regardless of economic or ethnic background. We believe one must always present themselves professionally and appropriately. It is one example of how our school helps to prepare young people for life after high school.

Uniforms must:

  • Always be appropriately sized, neat, clean, and modest.*

  • Only contain approved uniform items.

  • Except for sweaters and quarter zips, polos must be tucked in at all times. A solid white or black t-shirt may be worn under uniform polos.

  • Shoes must be white, black, brown, or gray in color. Shoes may contain the school colors, which are black, yellow, and blue. 

  • Pants and shorts must be khaki or black and worn at the waist

  • Skirts must be the school-approved Nike Dri-FIT Advantage Skirt. The skirt may not be altered in any way. This includes removing the sewn in shorts.

Prohibited items include:

  • Pants: Cargo-style, corduroy material, sweatpants, joggers, jeans, pants with exterior sewn-on pockets, banded waist and bottoms, spandex, or athletic-like material.

  • DeLaSalle spirit wear and team apparel.

  • Jackets, gloves, scarves, or other outside attire. 

  • Hats or other head coverings may not be worn during the school day unless they are worn for religious, cultural, or medical purposes. Hats or head coverings must be black, brown, white, or gray in color.

At DeLaSalle, you may purchase pants and shorts from any vendor so long as they follow the guidelines outlined in the Parent/Student Handbook. For your convenience, we have listed a number of examples below:

lands'end pants (girls) lands'end pants (boys)old navy pants (girls)old navy pants (boys)amazon shorts (girls)amazon shorts (boys)

Frequently Asked Questions


To read the full DeLaSalle Student/Parent Handbook click below.

student/parent handbook

other Questions?Please reach out to the Deans Office at

*Modesty: Skirts and shorts should hit students at mid-thigh or lower. Clothing should adequately cover undergarments while standing, sitting, walking, or participating in day-to-day activities. Skirts/shorts must be clearly visible below a shirt/sweatshirt. Shirts should be long enough that they adequately cover a student’s midsection.