Fall/Spring

Fall/Spring Uniform (Opening of school until Ring Day on October 15; and after Easter Vacation)

  • White or navy blue collared button polo shirt – plain or with TUS logo
  • Blue and white (blue cord) kilt, fully buttoned and in good condition, no more than 3 inches above the knee.
  • Ankle or crew socks in solid white, black, or navy. Footless tights or ankle-length leggings (opaque white, navy, blue or black) worn with solid colored ankle socks are acceptable in cool weather.
  • Sneakers

Blue cord skirt

Optional: Khaki or navy skort (no more than 3 inches above the knee) or pants from the uniform company only. 

 Skort

One of the approved blue/white Ursuline sweatshirts /fleeces or the navy blue sweater.

Sweatshirts

Seniors may wear their Senior Sweatshirt.  In October, during Breast Cancer Awareness month, students may wear the Ursuline white/pink sweatshirt.

Fall/Spring DRESS UNIFORM

  • White collared shirt with TUS navy blue sweater
  • Blue and white (blue cord) kilt, fully buttoned and in good condition, no more than 3 inches above the knee.
  • White or navy blue opaque tights in good condition. (no ankle-length leggings or footless tights).
  • Shoes must be worn. (Sneakers, boots, slippers, and moccasins are not permitted.)

 

Physical Education Uniform

Physical Education Uniform

  • Any TUS t-shirt from the bookstore or any TUS team t-shirt
  • Solid navy or black shorts that are an appropriate length – no more than 3 inches above the knee (no Sofi shorts and NO SPANDEX)
  • Sneakers with laces (no exceptions)

Teeshirts

Winter

Winter Uniform (from Ring Day on October 15 until after Easter Vacation)

  • Navy or white collared polo shirt or turtleneck in navy blue or white or approved long-sleeved Ursuline shirt.
  • Any color Ursuline monogrammed sweater.  (Administration may waive this on warm days)
  • Brown wool plaid kilt, fully buttoned and in good condition, no more than 3 inches above the knee.
  • Skirt must be worn with Ursuline footless tights or opaque navy blue, brown, black or white tights in good condition; Ursuline footless tights or other footless tights or ankle-length leggings worn with crew or ankle sock (in white, navy, or black) are acceptable.
  • Sneakers

 Brown kilt

Optional: Khaki or navy skort (no more than 3 inches above the knee) or pants from the uniform company only. 

Skort


One of the approved Ursuline fleeces or the navy blue sweater.

Navy fleece

Only Seniors may wear their Senior Sweatshirt or one of the Ursuline blue/white sweatshirts.

Winter DRESS UNIFORM

  • Collared white polo or white long sleeve button up shirt.
  • Grade level sweater (unless navy sweater is specified for that occasion)
  • Brown wool plaid kilt, fully buttoned and in good condition, no more than 3 inches above the knee.
  • Tights – opaque navy, brown, black, or white in good condition.
  • Shoes must be worn.  (Sneakers, boots, slippers, and moccasins are not permitted.)
General Guidelines

UNIFORMS

Proper, acceptable clothing, neatness, and cleanliness are essential to creating and maintaining the desired school atmosphere. It is important that each student take individual responsibility for her appearance. The uniform also serves to promote self-respect and pride in being identifiable as an Ursuline student. Students are to be in the correct and appropriate school uniform from the time they arrive on campus until they leave at the end of the day. Exceptions are allowed only for school sponsored club and athletic activities.

All students must have an Ursuline NAVY sweater required for monthly school liturgies in the Fall/Spring.

Students should also have an Ursuline sweater in their class color to wear at winter Liturgy and special occasions.  The grade level colors are: 6-7-8th, brown; 9th burgundy; 10th navy; 11th yellow; 12th green.

Sweaters

  

Dress Down Days

Dress Down Days

On days when students have permission to be out of uniform, the following Dress Code applies:

  • Shorts no higher than 3 inches above the knee. No boxer/track/running style shorts allowed.
  • Clean jeans (no excessive holes, rips, patches, etc.)
  • Baggy, clean sweatpants (no holes, rips, patches, etc.)
  • No pajamas or pajama-like clothing.
  • Sweatshirts (clean, uncut, unripped-‑all hems intact)
  • No spandex, lycra, skin‑tight garments
  • No halters, tank tops, bare midriffs, etc.
  • Sneakers or flat shoes.
  • Slippers should not be worn for safety reasons.  Footwear with backs is advised.

All clothes should be neat, clean and in good taste. This is your "place of business."

Dress code for field trips will be determined by the administration, faculty, or lead chaperone.

Dress code for dances will be publicized at the time of ticket sales.

October

October

Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, the Ursuline pink and white Breast Cancer Awareness sweatshirt may be worn by any student at any time during this month, unless the Dress Uniform is required. 

More Information

NOT permitted with the Uniform:

  • Collared shirts with non-TUS logos
  • Please note no crew shirts with regular uniform, TUS crew shirt sold in the bookstore can be worn instead
  • Leggings that are NOT ankle length
  • Leg warmers
  • Ursuline athletic sweatshirts
  • Club or team sweatshirts or fleeces unless there is Administration approval
  • Sweatshirts, shirts or fleeces with logos or other schools’ names on them
  • Moccasins/boots/slippers, etc.
  • TUS Club/Organization/Team shirt or other attire (unless approved by the Administration on specific days)

Uniform Expectations and Infractions

  • No part of the uniform is to be decorated or mutilated or worn in an inappropriate way.
  • Blouses and shirts may not be layered.
  • Any other apparel a student wears may not be visible, including t-shirts.
  • Hats, belts and scarves may not be worn inside the building.
  • Excessive make-up and jewelry, tattoos, and extreme hair styles are inappropriate. Students will be asked to remove body jewelry considered to present a health risk or to be distracting.
  • The uniform is to be worn all day, with the exception of physical education classes. Students should change for physical education class and put on the school uniform at the end of class.
  • Teachers may use their discretion about confiscating non‑uniform apparel.  Teachers should issue detention if a student is not in uniform or not compliant with the non-uniform day dress code.
  • A student who is out of uniform because her skirt is an inappropriate length may receive a detention.
  • Students may not wear ripped or modified uniform Ursuline sweatshirts.
  • If an injury, documented by the student’s physician, precludes her wearing part of the uniform or special footwear, a note must be presented to the Assistant Principal from a doctor.  Violation of these policies may result in a detention or other action.

It is suggested that students label their sweaters and sweatshirts with their names.  The Lost and Found is accessible in the cafeteria. 

Questions?  Please consult the printed Student Handbook or speak with Mrs. Lynch, Assistant Principal of Student Affairs.

Flynn O'Hara Uniform Company

Flynn OHara Uniform Company and Ursuline page

Many of the items that comprise our uniform are purchased from Flynn O'Hara Uniform Company. Items may be bought when Flynn O'Hara representatives come on campus in the fall and in the spring, or by going online at www.flynnohara.com/school/ny251

The 2017 price list may be downloaded Here.