Shirts - White, green or black knit polo shirt with Hill-Murray logo, long-sleeve or short sleeve.
Sweatshirt/Sweater (Optional) – Black or green Hill-Murray monogrammed sweatshirt, long sleeved cardigan, vest or V-neck sweater. Students may wear Hill-Murray apparel, including team or activity sweatshirts or jackets or Hill-Murray Spirit wear that has been purchased from the Pioneer Trading Post, Donald’s Uniform or Dennis Uniform. A collared uniform shirt must be worn under a sweatshirt, sweater or jacket. Team or activity T-Shirts (long or short sleeved) may not be worn.
Pants/Skirts – Gray or black uniform slacks for men or women. Gray uniform skirts for women. Skirts are to be worn at an appropriate/modest length. Skirts are not to be rolled at the waist. If a young woman has been asked to correct her skirt length for a third time, she will forfeit the opportunity to wear a skirt for the rest of the current semester. For the remainder of that semester, she will have to wear pants or shorts.
Shorts - Black uniform shorts for men or women.
Shoes - Solid black leather or suede, casual soft-soled shoes are to be worn with uniform pants and skirts. Boots, sandals or clogs are not to be worn with uniform pants or skirts. Tennis shoes in shades of white, black or gray are acceptable with all uniform combinations including shorts, dress pants or skirts. Logos in shades of white, black or gray are allowed on the tennis shoes, any other colors are not allowed. High tops are not allowed. Shoelaces should match the color of the shoe.
Belts - Every student wearing slacks or shorts with belt loops is required to wear a black leather belt.
Socks - Black or white socks must be worn with pants. Women may wear plain white or black socks with skirts. Solid black, gray or white tights are allowed. Socks with small manufacturer’s logos are allowed, as long as they are not distracting.
Note: All uniform items should be purchased at Donald’s or Dennis Uniforms, except shoes or the accessory items listed above.
Hairstyles - Hairstyles and accessories should not draw undue attention to the student. Neatness, cleanliness and modesty should be observed at all times. Hair should not extend below the eyebrows in the front. For gentlemen, hair should not extend below the ears on the sides, or touch the collar in the back, and side burns must not extend below the ear. The dyeing or bleaching of hair to extreme or unnatural colors will not be allowed. Shaving the scalp to show a number or design will not be allowed. Facial hair is not permitted. These expectations will be enforced on non-uniform days, as well as regular uniform days.
- Shirts are to be tucked in.
- T-shirts and undergarments are to be white with no printing. Long sleeve shirts may not be worn under short sleeve shirts.
- All jewelry must be modest and contain no inappropriate symbols. Pierced earrings are allowed; however, other visible body piercings (including facial piercings) are not acceptable. (Also an expectation on non-uniform days)
- Visible tattoos are not acceptable. (Also an expectation on non-uniform days)
- Hats are not to be worn during the school day. (Also an expectation on non-uniform days)
- Yoga pants and leggings are not to be worn during the school day. (Also an expectation on non-uniform days)
Students are expected to be in full uniform during the school day. If the student is not able to correct the uniform violation, they will not be allowed to attend class until they are in uniform. Uniform exceptions will be made for medical reasons only, with a signed note from a physician.
Non-Uniform Days - Non-uniform days will be scheduled throughout the course of the year. Students will be informed of non-uniform days in the announcements prior to a non-uniform day. Students must demonstrate neatness, cleanliness, modesty and pride in their appearance on non-uniform days. Yoga pants or leggings are not allowed on non-uniform days. Shorts or skirts that are shorter than mid-thigh are not allowed on non-uniform days. Hats are not allowed on non-uniform days.