As a private school, Matignon High School promotes a formal academic environment and has established a dress code policy for its students. The administration reserves the right to determine the appropriate attire for students at school and at school-sponsored events. We expect students and parents to comply with these expectations and that parents will assist school personal in enforcing the dress code regulations.
To purchase uniforms online, please visit J.B. Edwards Uniforms.
Shirts: A Matignon High School long or short sleeve knit polo shirt from J.B. Edwards Uniforms is the only acceptable polo shirt. A solid colored green, gray, white or black long sleeve shirt may be worn under a short sleeve polo shirt. A solid color long or short sleeve dress blouse, appropriately buttoned may be worn.
Pants: Tan/Khaki/Beige dress pants are the only appropriate pant wear.
Skirts: The Matignon High School plaid skirt from J.B. Edwards Uniforms may be worn no higher than two inches above the knee.
Mass Attire: The school skirt, dress blouse and dress shoes are required for Mass days.
Shirts: A Matignon High School long or short sleeve knit polo shirt from J.B. Edwards Uniforms is the only acceptable polo shirt. A solid colored green, gray, white or black long sleeve shirt may be worn under a short sleeve polo shirt. A solid color long or short sleeve dress shirt, appropriately buttoned to the collar and tucked in to the pants may also be worn with a tie.
Pants: Tan/Khaki/Beige dress pants are the only appropriate pant wear. Pants must be worn at the waistline and secured with a belt.
Mass Attire: Pants, shirt, tie and dress shoes are required for Mass days.
Shirts: All sweaters and sweatshirts worn during the school day must be green, gray or white and have the Matignon block “M” logo. Both are allowed provided an acceptable Matignon knit polo shirt or solid color dress shirt (with a tie for males) is worn under the sweater or sweatshirt. Only athletic and extra-curricular sweatshirts and jackets in green, gray or white with the Matignon block “M” logo may be worn in school over an acceptable uniform shirt. No other athletic or extra-curricular attire may be worn in school.
Shoes: Dress shoes with backs are to be worn with socks.
Personal Appearance: Hair must be neat and appropriate with no flamboyant colors/dyes or styles. Patterns or designs, including mohawks, are prohibited. Young men should be clean shaven and have hair length no longer than shoulders. Tattoos must not be visible at any time. Body piercing is not allowed, except for ears. Make-up and jewelry must be kept to a minimum and must be appropriate.
TAG DAY DRESS CODE
At times during the year students are allowed to attend school in relaxed dress. For those who participate in the Tag Day, the following rules will be enforced: shirts must have sleeves and must cover the waist. Shorts are not allowed. All clothing and footwear will be subject to the school’s approval.
The following items will not be allowed: sneakers, flip flops backless sandals, slippers, black or navy pants, leggings, yoga pants, cargo pants and athletic warm-up/sweatpants. Hats may not be worn in the school building. Any clothing with printing worn during tag days or at activities must contain appropriate language and messages for a Catholic school setting.
The dress code at Matignon is simple and equitable. The school reserves the right to judge new/different styles as they emerge on the market to determine if they are in conformity with the Matignon dress code. Student compliance with the dress code demonstrates respect for themselves and for the Matignon community. Matignon High School administration will make the final determination in the matter of issues referring appropriateness to the Matignon dress code.