- Navy blue or black blazer with dress pants, dress, or skirt, or a navy or grey suit.
- Bermuda shorts may be worn (with a blazer) before Parents’ Weekend (October) and after Founders’ Day (May).
- Turtleneck or collared dress shirt with sleeves (no polo shirts).
- School shoes with tights, or socks. Dressy open-toe shoes with heel strap are permitted. Maximum shoe height is two inches.
- Chinos or corduroys, plain or pleated with regular pockets.
- Dress shirt with tie. Turtlenecks may be worn during the winter term only.
- Navy blue or black blazer.
- School shoes with socks.
- Bermuda shorts may be worn before Parents’ Weekend (October) and after Founders’ Weekend (May).
Dress Code Guideline
- All articles of clothing must be of the proper size; in good, clean condition; and worn as intended.
- Moderation is required in the use of cosmetics, jewelry, and in the choice of hairstyle and color.
- Blazers may be navy blue or black, should be traditional in design, and must be worn at all times.
- Shirts must be collared, have a buttoned front, and fully cover the abdomen. Sleeveless shirts and flannel shirts are not permitted.
- Skirts may be A-line, straight, or pleated. They must be no more than three inches above the top of the kneecap and no longer than mid-calf. Form-fitting skirts are unacceptable.
- Sweaters may be worn under a blazer, with length not to exceed the length of the blazer.
- Pants must be plain, hemmed or cuffed, and worn at the waist. Baggy, cargo, form-fitting, and stone-washed pants are unacceptable.
- Fatigue, neon, or camouflage clothing of any kind or color is unacceptable.
- Shoes: Athletic shoes may not be worn during the academic day. Boots may be worn as school shoes during the winter term only.
- Socks must come up above the shoe and cover the ankle. Athletic socks may not be worn during the academic day.
- Belts are to be worn on garments with belt loops.