RESPECT THE PLAID: UNIFORM GUIDELINES
When we wear the plaid, we represent Nerinx. The plaid skirt is the one thing that unites and defines us as one community. By respecting the plaid, we, in turn, respect ourselves, each other, and our Nerinx community as a whole.
- Ourselves: We are committing to wearing the plaid appropriately.
- Each Other: We encourage creativity and diversity. We want everyone to make the plaid their own by wearing it in a way that shows their personality.
- Nerinx Community: We want to make sure we are representing ourselves in the best possible way.
Purchased from Just Me Apparel; hemmed no more than 3.5-4 inches above the knee
Navy cotton twill walking shorts
Navy dress slacks with no holes or frays
Nerinx polos available in the Nerinx Spirit Shop and are embroidered with the Nerinx Hall logo and available in yellow, charcoal gray, forest green and white.
Solid white polo-style shirts are also permitted and may be purchased elsewhere. Nerinx t-shirts may be worn with the skirt on Tuesdays and Thursdays for the 2019-20 school year. T-shirts must have only the standard uniform colors (yellow, gray, forest green and white).
Leggings should be solid black only with no sheer or cut-out areas.
Any color and style including no show, ankle, crew or knee.
Dress-Up Days are when Nerinx girls really shine. These days are typically reserved for Theatre Day or Special Liturgy services. Think professional or church-appropriate dress. Clothing must be in good repair with no stains, holes or frays. No jeans, shorts or logo apparel.
Dress-Down Days are days to relax. We encourage students to take this day to wear club or team apparel. Jeans and shorts are permitted, however, they must be of appropriate length. Athletic shorts are allowed. Shirts may include logos, but nothing offensive will be permitted.