Dress Code

Students must be attired in their uniforms while on any campus or when on official College business in accordance with the rules and regulations of the College. 

All students must comply with the dress code. Exceptions will be made on:

  • religious grounds with written support from their religious leader;
  • health grounds with the support of a medical certificate, however, each case will be judged on its own merit.
  • The College reserves the right to not accommodate students who are not in proper attire. Programmes that require uniform must be adhered to.

The following must be adhered to:

  • All students must display their College ID on their person.
  • Black/Brown shoes must be worn at all times for programmes specified. 
  • Trousers must be worn at the waist and must be neither tight nor baggy and undergarments should not be conspicuous.
  • ONLY females are allowed to wear earrings (ONE pair).  Small earrings should be worn in the earlobes. No other body ornaments are allowed. Large hoops and oversized earrings are not permitted.
  • Elaborate hairstyles will not be permitted. The emphasis should be on simplicity, tidiness, and neatness. Hairstyles which distract or obstruct are unacceptable
  • Hair ornaments, including headbands and scarves, must be limited to stipulated school colors – white, red or navy blue. THESE SHOULD BE FUNCTIONAL AND NOT DECORATIVE.
  • Unnatural hair colors are unacceptable and hair extensions should not be elaborate, should match the original hair color and should be neat.
  • Males must wear simple, low haircuts. Neither designs nor styles deemed inappropriate will be tolerated by the College. Persons claiming to be of a particular persuasion must declare this in writing to the Principal at the beginning of the academic year. This must be supported by a letter signed by a Justice of the Peace (JP), Principal, Attorney- at- Law, a Medical Doctor or Religious leader.
  • Make-up, for example, lipstick and eyeshadow must be subtle/modest.
  • No head or hair coverings may be worn in school buildings.  (Exceptions would be for health or religious reasons with administrative approval)
  • Jeans should not be worn, as it is not a substitute for the uniform. Students who, because of extenuating circumstances, are forced to wear jeans must submit a letter explaining the nature of those circumstances to the Office of Students’ Services. Students so attired must be given permission to be admitted to classes.