Elementary Uniform Information
Grades K Through 8 are required to purchase all uniforms from Flynn O'Hara in Glen Burnie, MD. Only items approved by St. Paul's may be purchased at Flynn O'Hara.
- Jumper - Navy Green & White Plaid with Blouse or Polo
- Skort - Navy 2 Pleat with Blouse or Polo for Middle School ONLY
- Shorts - Navy or Khaki with Blouse or Polo (Shorts can be worn only during August, September, October, April, May, June)
- Slacks - Navy or Khaki with Blouse or Polo
- Blouse - Peter Pan, short or long sleeve for grades K-5 ONLY
- Pants - Navy or Khaki with Polo shirt
- Shorts - Navy or Khaki with Polo shirt (Shorts can be worn only during August, September, October, April, May, June)
Boys and Girls
- Polo - All Polo Shirts (long and short sleeve) are Navy or White with Logo
- Polar Fleece Jacket - Navy with Logo
- Black /Brown Reversible Belt (if it has belt loops, it needs a belt)
White, black, navy, or beige socks must be worn and must be visible.
Shoes must be tennis shoes that are at least 90% white or 90% black or black and white (No Novelty Shoes-i.e. lights, etc.). Shoes must be tied securely. All shoes must be considered safe for school activities by the administration.
Sperry shoes are allowed for Middle School Students ONLY and must be purchased through Flynn O'Hara.
Make-up is not allowed for students in Grades K through 5. No hats or head coverings allowed in class or in the building. Students' hair should be styled in an appropriate manner and should be a normal hair color. Jewelry is limited to one bracelet per arm, earrings in ears only (limit two per ear), and one ring per appropriate ring finger (ring finger and little finger). Earrings should be the post-type (not dangling) for safety reasons and are considered inappropriate for boys in Grades K through 5. No tattoos or body piercings are permitted.
The above uniform descriptions make up our uniform code. However, any attire, adornment, or anything worn, displayed, or brought to school that causes a disruption to the learning process in the opinion of the faculty and/or the administration will not be allowed.