Uniform

The school community expects that students wear their uniform with pride and care, and that at all times present themselves as positive representatives of the school.

Uniform generally falls under 3 categories – Summer, Winter and Sport.  At all times the College reinforces the wearing of a Uniform that is “fit for purpose”.  In short that means that on a day where a student has a PE class, or representing the school at a sporting event, that they are in full sport uniform.  Likewise the school uniform requires the wearing of fully enclosed leather shoes – this is to comply with OH & S requirements for activities undertaken in Technology, Science & Art subjects.

All clothing uniform items, including the school bag, are available from Hip Pocket, 173 Pakenham Street Echuca.

SUMMER UNIFORM OPTIONS

SJC School dress (the hem of the dress should be no shorter that 2cm above the top of knee)
SJC Shorts (worn with School Shirt)
SJC Summer Shirt (Style 1 with logo)
Grey Shorts (Surrey)
SJC Summer Shirt (Style 2 with logo)
Plain white socks (above ankle)
Black, leather, lace-up school shoes with low heel.
SJC College Hat (Green)

WINTER UNIFORM OPTIONS

SJC Pleated Skirt (the hem of the skirt should be no shorter than 2cm above the top of the knee)
With skirt: Grey panty-hose/tights OR Plain white socks (above ankle)
Grey Pants (with grey or black socks)
Grey Trousers or Shorts (Surrey)
SJC Winter Shirt Style 1 (with logo)
SJC Winter Shirt Style 2 (with logo)
Black, leather, lace-up school shoes with low heel.
Black, leather boots (worn with Slacks only) (optional)
School Scarf
School Beanie
Grey or Black Socks with Trousers. White socks with shorts.
College Woollen Jumper
VCE Jumper (optional – Year 11 & 12 students only)
SJC Windbreaker (worn with Jumper, not instead of Jumper)

SPORT

Gold and green PE polo shirt with school logo
Green sports shorts with school logo
School tracksuit pants and jacket
White socks (no logo)
Sports runners (no skate shoes, street shoes, volleys etc.)
School hat during Terms 1 and 4.

OTHER

Undergarments should not be visible (including T-shirts). No colours or slogans should be visible through the white school shirt.

HAIR

Hair is to be of suitable style that befits the College uniform; extreme and/or unusual hairstyles are to be avoided.  Hair should be clean, neat and tidy.
Students are to be clean shaven at all times.
Hair ribbons/ties/bows and headbands should be discreet. Green and white colours are encouraged.

MAKE-UP

If makeup is to be worn it is to be discreet and barely noticeable.
Discreet coloured nails are permissible.
Long nails are not permitted due to Occupational Health and Safety Regulations.

JEWELLERY 

Any Jewellery worn should be minimal and discreet.
No plugs, stretchers, coloured earrings or extenders are permitted.
Students may wear a discreet stud in the Eyebrow or Nose (it should essentially be invisible), otherwise there should be no visible facial piercings.
Excessive Jewellery will be confiscated and returned to students at the end of the day (from the front office).

UNIFORM PASS

Any student out of uniform must have a written explanation from his/her parent/guardian. This will be presented to the Learning Mentor teacher who will sign it. The student then keeps the note so that it may be presented to any teacher on request. Failure to comply with uniform standards may result in students being sent home to make corrections.

Hip Pocket Uniform Price List 2019