Uniforms & Dress Days

 

Marian High School Uniforms through Sports Image Apparel


Orders can be placed online or in person at the Sports Image Apparel store.

Uniform pieces can be ordered all year and can either be shipped to the school or directly to your home.
 
Sports Image Apparel
58800 Executive Drive
Mishawaka, IN 46544

(574) 258-0571

Information regarding purchase of uniforms for physical education class is provided during class registration.
Feel free to contact the Marian School Office with any questions.
(574) 259-5257
 

Ordering Timeline and Reminders

  • Uniforms shirts are available for sizing in the Marian bookstore or at the Sports Image Apparel location.
  • Orders must be placed by July 25th to ensure delivery on Aug. 8, 2019.
  • Orders placed before May 15th will be available for pick up before the end of the school year.
  • Orders placed between May 15th and July 25th will be delivered to the school main office and available for pick up on Aug. 8, 2019.
  • Beginning in the spring of 2016, Lands' End is no longer a provider of Marian uniforms. Students with old Lands' End Marian items may continue to wear them without consequence.
 
 
GENERAL DRESS CODE GUIDELINES
See the Student Parent Handbook for a complete description of the Uniform Dress Code.

Girls Dress Code

Shirts/Blouses: Only polo or oxford shirts sold through Marian’s designated companies are to be worn. Shirts must be tucked in at all times.

Sweaters/Fleece: Approved Marian fleece or sweaters (crew neck, V-neck) purchased from the designated company may be worn over a collared shirt. No sweatshirts with hoods may be worn unless it is a dress down or spirit day.

Pants: Only solid tan khaki dress pants may be worn. All pants must have a belt loop and students must wear a belt. Pants must be worn at the waist, and must be free of holes and frays. No cargo, denim, yoga, or tight styles.

Skirts: Must be solid tan khaki or navy blue, to the knee, and purchased from the designated companies.

Shoes: Only dress shoes, dress boots, or athletic shoes may be worn. Shoes must have toes and heels covered. Heel height may be no more than two inches. Sandals, moccasins, and slippers are not permitted. No neon colors.

Boys Dress Code

Shirts: Only polo or oxford shirts sold through Marian’s designated companies are to be worn. Shirts must be tucked in at all times. Only crew neck undershirts may be worn under the shirt.

Sweaters/Fleece: Approved Marian fleece or sweaters (crew neck, V-neck) purchased from the designated company may be worn over a collared shirt. No sweatshirts with hoods may be worn unless it is a dress down or spirit day.

Pants: Only solid tan khaki dress pants may be worn. All pants must have a belt loop and students must wear a belt. Pants must be worn at the waist, and must be free of holes and frays. No cargo, denim, yoga, or tight styles.

Shoes: Only dress or athletic shoes may be worn. Shoes must have toes and heels covered. Sandals, moccasins, and slippers are not permitted. No neon colors.

What do we consider Spirit Wear?

“Spirit wear” consists of Marian-issued or approved outerwear including shirts by a Marian sports team, club, department, or school-sponsored activity that has been officially reviewed and approved by the administration. These shirts must be undamaged and unaltered.

Spirit Friday Guidelines

Spirit Day occurs every Friday of the school year unless otherwise noted. On these days, students may wear any Marian spirit wear from the waist up with Marian uniform pants. Students may opt to wear the standard uniform dress. 

Spirit Jeans Day Guidelines

Students are permitted to wear jeans and a Marian spirit wear top. Students may opt to wear the standard uniform dress.

  • Jeans and spirit wear tops must be worn properly and must be free from tears, cuts, or holes.
  • Jeans must be denim.
  • No shorts, sweats, cargo, capri, yoga, or tight styles.
  • The rest of the dress code still applies.

Dress Down Days Guidelines

Throughout the school year Marian holds special Dress Down Days for various reasons. Often, these days are used as fundraising events for causes important thot he Marian community. Participating students are usually asked to bring monetary or in-kind donations, depending on the specific cause being supported. For example, a food drive may be held to assist the Food Bank of Michiana, and students would bring donations of canned goods.

On Dress Down Days, students will be notified of the specific dress guidelines that are allowed via announcements. In general, the following guidelines prevail. Students may opt to wear standard uniform dress.

  • students may be permitted to wear sweats and/or shorts with a spirit wear top.
  • All clothes must be worn properly and must be free from tears, cuts, or holes.
  • No overly baggy, yoga, or tight styles are permitted.
  • The rest of the dress code still applies.