SCHOOL UNIFORM

Our goal is for all students to provide the best first impression of themselves throughout the community. Students meet business executives, community leaders, other parents, teachers, and even prospective students nearly every day. 

Our school uniform provider is Flynn O'Hara. ​

To see our online uniform store, go to: http://www.flynnohara.com/school/IN002

New students with financial need may qualify for assistance after submitting all necessary financial aid paperwork.

Personal Finance students

UNIFORM GUIDELINES

Proper Attire for Young Men

Shirts

Official PCRHS uniform long or short sleeve dress shirt (white or blue). All shirts must be tucked in at all times.

Undershirts must be solid white, opaque, and contain no visible words or graphics. (A small designer graphic/brand mark over right or left breast is acceptable.) Undershirts may be long sleeve but not visible at the cuffs under a long sleeve dress shirt, otherwise, undershirts must be short sleeved or sleeveless.

 

PCRHS Awarded T-Shirts

Shirts awarded for academic honors, and extracurricular success are only permitted to be worn on Fridays designated by administration.

 

Tie

Students must wear either a tie or bow tie on CWS days.  Ties/bowties are optional on class days. All buttons on the shirt must be buttoned (including the top button) and the tie must be tightened appropriately at the neck at all times.

 

Pants

Dress pants in navy or black. Denim and cargo pants are not allowed. Pants must remain outside of shoes/boots.

 

Belt

A brown, black or navy belt (must be worn at all times).

 

Socks

Matching, dress socks must be worn at all times.

 

Shoes

Dress shoes only. No fabric-soled moccasin, flip-flop, sandal or slipper-like shoes allowed. Dress boots are permitted; construction boots are not allowed. No tennis or athletics shoes are allowed.

 

Sweaters

PCRHS uniform 1/4 zip, cardigan or vests are allowed. These must be worn over a PCRHS uniform long or short sleeve dress shirt, or plain white or blue dress long or short sleeve dress shirt; and must have no holes.

 

Outerwear

Only uniform PCRHS sweaters, sweater vests, or cardigans may be worn inside the school building over appropriate uniform apparel. Coats, raincoats, jackets or hoodies may not be worn during the school day, or at work.

 

Non-Religious Head Coverings

Hats, hoods, bandanas, or do-rags are not to be worn in the school building at any time.

 

Jewelry

Necklaces or chains must not be visible on the outside of clothing. No earrings or visible body/facial piercings are allowed.

 

Body Art

All tattoos must be covered by clothing and/or make-up.

 

Make-up

Make-up is not allowed, except to cover a tattoo.

 

Nail Polish

Nail polish is not allowed.

 

Hair

Hair needs to be out of the eyes, off the collar, and be professional neat and clean. No head shaving designs are allowed. Facial hair needs to be clean and neatly trimmed.

 

Hygiene

Take pride in your appearance and present yourself in a professional manner. Standard practices include showering, shaving, using deodorant, brushing teeth, combing hair, washing and ironing clothes, applying cologne sparingly.

 

  • The school uniform policy also applies to student’s workdays unless specific written permission is granted through the Corporate Work Study Office. Your job may be reassigned if you are not following any part of the professional PCRHS dress code.

 

  • For special occasions, adjustments may be made to this dress code at the discretion of school leadership.

 

Proper Attire for Young Women

Shirts

Official PCRHS uniform long or short sleeve dress shirt (white or blue). All shirts must be tucked in at all times. Shirts must be completely buttoned except for the top button, which may be left unbuttoned.

 

Undershirts, camisoles, brassieres and other undergarments must be a solid color, opaque (not see-through) and contain no visible words or graphics. (A small designer graphic/brand mark over right or left breast is acceptable.) Undershirts may be long sleeve but not visible at the cuffs under a long sleeve dress shirt, otherwise, undershirts must be short sleeved or sleeveless. Shirts must be loose fitting. Cleavage must never be visible.

 

PCRHS Awarded T-Shirts

Shirts awarded for academic honors and extracurricular success are only permitted on designated Fridays by administration.

 

Tie/Scarf

Students may choose a tie or bow tie. All buttons on the shirt must be buttoned (including the top button) when wearing a tie or bow tie the tie/bow ties must be tightened appropriately at the neck.

 

Pants

Dress pants in navy or black. Denim and cargo pants are not allowed. No skinny jeans or pants. Pants must remain outside of shoes/boots. Yoga pants, leggings, stretch pants, joggers, capris are allowed etc. are NOT allowed.

 

Skirts

A navy or black at least knee-length skirt is allowed. Students must not alter the length of the skirt in any manner. Other skirts are not allowed.

 

Dresses

Not allowed.

 

Belts

PCRHS ladies’ uniform dress pants do not require a belt.

 

Socks

Matching, dark-colored dress socks or solid color (white or black) opaque tights or panty hose may be worn with PCRHS uniform skirts. No lace hose or patterned hose are allowed.

 

Make-up

Make-up needs to be applied lightly and be of a natural color.

Body Art

All tattoos must be covered by clothing and/or make-up.

 

Shoes

Dress shoes only. No fabric-soled moccasin, flip-flop or slipper-like shoes allowed. Dress boots are permitted; construction boots are not allowed. No tennis or athletics shoes are allowed.

 

Heels should be no more than 3.5 inches in height. Dress boots must not be higher than the bottom of the knee and must fit under the pant leg.

 

Sweater

PCRHS uniform 1/4 zip, cardigan or vests are allowed. These must be worn over a PCRHS uniform long or short sleeve dress shirt, or plain white or blue dress long or short sleeve dress shirt; and must have no holes.

 

Outerwear

Only uniform PCRHS sweaters, sweater vests, or cardigans may be worn inside the school building over appropriate uniform apparel. Coats, raincoats, jackets or hoodies may not be worn during the school day, or at work.

 

Non-Religious Head Coverings

Hats, hoods, bandanas, or do-rags are not to be worn in the school building at any time. Headbands are limited to 3 inches in width and must be a solid color. Scarfs and hair wraps can be worn in a professional manner.

 

Jewelry

No excessive body jewelry is allowed (e.g. numerous necklaces, bracelets or earrings, no large hoop earrings). No facial piercings are to be worn in the school building at any time or at work.

 

Nails

Fingernails should be an appropriate length that does not interfere with academics or work.

 

Hair

Hair needs to be out of the eyes, be neat clean and professional. No head shaving designs are allowed.

 

Hygiene

Take pride in your appearance and present yourself in a professional manner. Standard practices include showering, using deodorant, brushing teeth, combing hair, washing and ironing clothes, applying perfume sparingly.

  • The school uniform policy also applies to student’s workdays unless specific written permission is granted through the Corporate Work Study Office. Your job may be reassigned if you are not following any part of the professional PCRHS dress code.

 

  • For special occasions, adjustments may be made to this dress code at the discretion of school leadership.