Dress Code & Clothing Packing List
Appropriate attire is a matter of respect for yourself and others. The school is an educational environment as well as a workplace for adults. At St. Andrew’s, our dress code gives each of us the opportunity to demonstrate and practice that respect as well as set a daily discipline of preparing for the day.
The dress code helps set guidelines for what types of attire are appropriate for different places and situations. Just as you would not wear a bathing suit in a house of worship or a courtroom, some clothing may be appropriate for hanging out with friends in a dorm but is not suited to the classroom, Dining Hall, or Chapel.
There are two categories of dress code: classroom dress and Haycock wear. You should be in classroom dress at all times listed below, unless otherwise announced. Haycock wear is permitted as announced by the dean of students. Students of any gender identification may wear any of the below items.
Please see the dean of students if you foresee any issues complying with the dress code.