St. Wenceslaus

The approved Uniform Policy for St. Wenceslaus School is listed below. Gently used uniforms are available through our exchange program at no charge. To guarantee approved items are acquired, families are encouraged to purchase their uniform items through Donald’s Uniforms or Educational Outfitters. You may shop on-line at Donalds Uniform or Minnesota Educational Outfitters. You can also shop directly in the Donald’s Uniform locations in St. Paul or Eden Prairie. Educational Outfitters is located in St. Louis Park.

If you have questions about uniform items from another vendor, please contact the school for samples of approved uniform items. These items must also conform to the uniform policy listed below.

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For Girls

Kindergarten – 6th Grade

For Boys

Kindergarten – 6th Grade

7th & 8th

All 7th & 8th Grade

Most Common

For your convenience we have listed below some of the most common dress code violations seen at St.Wenceslaus School. Adherence to our dress code policy is very important. We strongly encourage you to call the school office with any questions regarding approved uniform items.

  • Girls plaid jumpers from other area schools or the wrong plaid lines/colors
  • Girls stretch-knit pants with elastic waist
  • Girls cardigan sweaters with ruffles, hoods, zippers, ornamental weave, and/or decorative buttons
  • Girls socks or tights with ornamental design
  • Boy’s button-down collared dress shirts
  • Boy’s “cargo” pants or shorts with outer pockets, zippers, logos, etc.
  • Coats and jackets and non-approved sweatshirts/sweaters worn in the classroom.
  • Shoes without socks. Inappropriate shoes
  • Shorts and Skirts that are more than six inches above the knee.
  • Leggings or yoga pants worn with a short shirt or top.
  • Tights or leggings worn with shorts
  • Violation: Tights worn alone with no pants on top.
  • Colored socks (only red, white, blue or black plain colors are allowed)

Any non-approved clothing items worn to school will be considered a policy violation. A written note will be sent via email to the parent on the first violation. If a second violation occurs, the student will call home for a change of clothing or will be given an appropriate alternative item to wear from the staff.