School Uniforms

Lebanon Catholic School students in grades 1st-12 follow a uniform dress code for school day apparel. The dress code is meant to be respectful and modest while encouraging the best of students’ attitudes and behavior.

  • All students are to be in proper uniform upon entrance into the school building by the start of school each day
  • All uniforms must be proper size (no over-sized clothing)

Families can purchase school uniforms at Flynn & O’Hara, 869 Eisenhower Blvd, Harrisburg, PA 17111; (717) 939-5600.

*LC also has a Uniform Shop that offers gently used uniforms for students in grades 1-12. Please call the school office to visit the shop. 

 

Dress Down Days

Dress Down Days offer students the opportunity to wear non-uniform clothes to school. These days are announced during the course of the school year. Some are free dress down days while others serve as a fundraisers where students may be charged a small fee if they wish to dress down.

For Dress Down Days, the following apply:

  • No shorts, tank tops, patched or torn jeans or tight clothing may be worn.
  • No exposed midriffs are permitted.
  • No hats are to be worn unless permitted by the principal for special themed events.
  • No backless shoes are permitted.
  • Tee shirts and other clothing must be in good taste, no extremes of any sort, and generally reflective of the values of Lebanon Catholic.

Please review the handbook for a full overview regarding uniforms and dress down days.