The St. Edmund Preparatory High School dress code marks St. Edmund Prep as a place of dignity and seriousness of purpose. A school uniform signifies that school is a special place in which special kinds of behavior are required. In our quest to educate ourselves we are all considered the same, individuals who are committed to excellence.
Only the school uniform pants, skirts, shirts and blouses, purchased from the uniform company may be worn. Students should have extra uniform materials in case of accidents. Notes will not be accepted for students out of uniform, unless there is an extreme extenuating circumstance.
The SEP uniform is to be worn properly at all times. Students are expected to enter the building in the morning and exit in the afternoon in full uniform. Students whose last class is physical education may leave at dismissal in their SEP PE uniform. Any other exception to this policy must be approved by the Dean of Students or the Assistant Principal for Student Affairs.
Students who arrive at school at any time during the school year not in the proper dress code will be sent home after a parent is called, until the problem is corrected. If a parent is unreachable the student will remain in the general office.
Relaxed Uniform Option (Permitted during 1st and 4th Marking Periods):
*Flynn O'Hara uniform items that were an approved part of the 2017-2018 school year uniform may continue to be worn by the Classes of 2019, 2020, and 2021.
General dress code guidelines and policies can be found in the Student Handbook.