Our school uniform is intended to be consistent with halacha and to reflect the importance of a serious academic environment. We have chosen a uniform that presents options and allows for some individual expression. It is our expectation that our students will make choices that demonstrate respect for the values inherent in this uniform. However, the faculty and administration must reserve the right to make decisions regarding some specifics such as footwear or accessories.
Boys are required to wear white, light blue or light gray polos or button down shirts without any logos, with either gray or navy pants. You may purchase any navy or gray pants excluding corduroys, jeans, sweatpants, or cargos. Please note that khaki style pants with cinched ankles are not allowed.
Girls are required to wear white, light blue or light gray polos or button down shirts without any logos, with either gray or navy designated skirts. Skirts must reach below the knee but not below the calf. Girls in grades 1-2 may also wear designated jumpers. Girls in grades 6-8 may only wear full sleeve or ¾ sleeve shirts. Skirts must reach below the knee but not below the calf. Girls may wear any brand of white, navy, black or gray tights or leggings as long as they are solid. On days on which they have Physical Education, girls must bring leggings or pants.
Boys & Girls
Boys and girls may wear navy blue or gray sweaters in school with no logo or design. They may only wear MDY sweatshirts, which are only available for purchase from our PTA. School issued MDY team and 8th grade sweatshirts are also permissible.
Students must wear closed-toe footwear at all times, and they are not permitted to wear wedges or heels in school. They may however, wear sneakers to school. On days on which they have Physical Education, students must have sneakers in school.
Seeseet and Kippot
Boys in Nursery through 8th grade are required to wear seeseet and kippot of appropriate size in the school building at all times as well as at any MDY sponsored event or at any event where they are representing our Yeshivah. Kippot and seeseet are available for purchase in school.