Student Uniforms

Uniform Company

The uniforms are purchased from Dennis Uniforms at 111- North Rolling Road, or from Flynn O’Hara at 923 Taylor Avenue, Loch Raven Plaza in Towson or Burwood Village Shopping Center, Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard & W. Furnace Branch Road, Glen Burnie, MD 21061. Be certain that you purchase the correct colors and styles.

 

More information on Uniforms and where to purchase 

 

Uniform Descriptions

Pre-K4 Students (Boys and Girls)
  • St. Mark P.E. uniform worn year round. Gray tee shirt and burgundy mesh shorts which have “St. Mark P.E.” printed on them. A maroon crewneck sweatshirt and sweatpants with “St. Mark P.E.” are also available from Dennis Uniforms and can be work in colder months.
  • Athletic shoes – No shoes with lights or sound.
K-5 (Boys)
  • Navy blue slacks with solid black or brown belt
  • White polo shirt embroidered with St. Mark
  • Maroon or navy blue sweater
  • Navy dress socks or white crew socks. Sport socks or name monogrammed socks are not permitted.
  • Refer to Van Dyke & Bacon shoe flyer for approved shoes
  • Sweatshirts are not part of the standard uniform
K-5 (Girls)
  • Regular or drop waist jumper (Dennis Uniform Co., maroon & gray) or navy blue pants. Jumpers must measure no higher than 2 inches above the knee. Skirts and pants must be worn at waist level with belts or waistbands fully visible
  • White blouse with Peter Pan collar or turtleneck shirt
  • Refer to Van Dyke & Bacon shoe flyer for approved shoes
  • Navy dress socks or white crew socks. Navy, maroon or white tights are permitted. Sport socks or name monogrammed sock are not permitted
  • Sweatshirts are not part of the standard uniform
6-8 (Boys)
  • Navy blue slacks with solid black or brown belt
  • White oxford button down shirt with striped maroon/navy tie
  • Maroon or navy blue sweater
  • Navy dress socks or white crew socks. Sport socks or name monogrammed socks are not permitted
  • Refer to Van Dyke & Bacon shoe flyer for approved shoes
  • Sweatshirts are not part of the standard uniform
6-8 (Girls)
  • Navy kilt or navy blue pants
  • White oxford shirt (white turtleneck permitted under long sleeve blouse during November-April). Any garment worn under the blouse should be a plain white
  • Refer to Van Dyke & Bacon shoe flyer for approved shoes
  • Navy or brown belt must be worn with all pants
  • Sweatshirts are not part of the standard uniform
Physical Education Uniforms
  • The physical education uniform is only worn on days students are scheduled for P.E. class. If Mass is scheduled for that day, students should wear their regular uniform with tennis shoes
  • Gray tee shirt and burgundy mesh shorts both of which have “St. Mark P.E.” printed on them. A maroon crewneck sweatshirt and sweatpants with “St. Mark P.E.” are also available from Dennis Uniforms and can be worn in the colder months. Spirit wear should not be worn as a P.E. uniform. If it does not say “St. Mark P.E.”, it is not acceptable.
  • Athletic shoes are to be worn to school on scheduled P.E. days only.
Optional Uniform Items
  • A warm weather uniform may be worn from the first day of school until an announced date in the fall and from an announced date in the spring until the close of school in June. This uniform is optional. Students may wear the standard uniform if they choose to do so.
  • An optional maroon 1/4 zip (ordered through the school) may be worn throughout the school year. The 1/4 zip will be offered in an online store approximately 3 times during the school year.
Item Boys Girls
Skirt/Pants Navy walking shorts purchased from Dennis Uniform or Flynn and O’Hara. Shorts should be no shorter than 2 inches above the knee. No cargo shorts. Navy walking shorts purchased from Dennis Uniform or Flynn and O’Hara. Shorts should be no shorter than 2 inches above the knee. No cargo shorts. Girls may also wear the navy uniform skirt.
Shirt White polo shirt with St. Mark embroidered on the front left White polo shirt or white blouse with St. Mark embroidered on the front left
Shoes Same as with winter uniform Same as with winter uniform
Belts Plain navy, brown or black belt Navy, brown or black belt
Socks Socks must be white and must be crew socks and must come above the shoe and cover the ankle Socks must be white and must be crew socks and must come above the shoes and cover the ankle
The administration reserves the right to determine if the spirit of the dress code has been violated and to give appropriate consequences.
Hair Styles

St. Mark School recognizes that particular hairstyles are often part of racial, ethnic, spiritual, and cultural identity and practice. Accordingly, it is the policy of the School to permit individual families to decide the appropriate cared-for hairstyle for their children.

  • Boys are expected to wear neat haircuts/styles
  • Girls must wear their hair away from their faces
  • Hair grooming should not take place during school hours
  • Shaved heads, punk, fad or extreme haircuts are not acceptable
  • Bleached, streaked, or dyed hair is not acceptable
Jewelry/Makeup
  • Permitted jewelry includes a watch and a religious medal. Girls amy wear one pair of post earrings on the lower lobe of the ear, provided they do not exten beyond the ear lobe. Boys may not wear earrings at any time.
  • Tattoos are not allowed. Nothing that gives the appearance of tattoos or tattoo-like markings may be worn on arms, legs, faces, etc.
  • No makeup or nail polish is permitted
No Uniform Today (NUT) Passes/Tag Days

The occasional out of uniform day is aprivilege granted at the discretion of the administration. As clothing styles are constantly changing, a general guideline is to wear items of appropriateness and safety in school. Students who wear inappropriate clothing will be required to telephone their parents and have appropriate clothing brought to school. Out of Uniform passes may not be used on days of Liturgy.

Uniform Exchange

St. Mark School has a uniform exchange. For more information, please call the office.

Lost and Found

Please have all clothing marked. There is a Lost and Found bin that is kept in the school office. Lost items will be kept for two weeks and then distributed to the poor if not claimed during this time period.

Backpacks

Backpacks may be any color or design. Rolling backpacks are not permitted unless the student submits a written doctor’s order.

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