Dress Code for 2020-21
Canterbury believes that the classroom dress should reflect the seriousness of academic pursuits. Therefore, all clothing must be neat, clean, respectful, and professional and worn throughout the entirety of the Academic Day: from 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday; from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday and Saturday; and, during Sunday Mass and Brunch. All students participating in class, whether in person or online, are expected to adhere to this dress code. Exceptions to Canterbury Dress Code must be pre-approved by the Student Life Office and/or Canterbury Health Center Personnel.
A tucked-in, button-down shirt with a collar, golf/polo shirt (2-3 button) with a collar, formal blouse, or sweater must be worn with chino/khaki pants, corduroys, or a skirt. A dress is also acceptable. Students should be clean-shaven.
Slippers, flip-flops, shorts, tank tops, t-shirts, sweatshirts, sweatpants, leggings, and denim are not permitted.
Students will be required to wear masks a majority of the time. Masks must be appropriate.
There may be one or two occasions where formal dress code is expected of Sixth Formers and Post-Graduates. Formal dress would include tie and blazer and/or dresses.
Saints Spirit Dress
Spirit Dress may be announced in conjunction with a sporting event or in the event of bad weather in the winter term.
Jeans or sweatpants or leggings with a Canterbury shirt or sweatshirt. GO SAINTS!