The college uniform should reflect the pride and respect you have for yourself and for the College.

Please Note:

  • The College blazer or the College jacket are optional outer garments.
  • The College scarf is classified as a winter item and can be worn with either the winter uniform or sports uniform (it will need to be removed for OHS in some classes).
  • All shorts, skirts and dresses should be of an appropriate professional length.
  • Uniform change-over will be communicated via the newsletter and Student Bulletin. This usually occurs in the last week of terms 1 and 3, and the first week of terms 2 and 4.
  • School hats are compulsory for Term 1 and Term 4.
  • Permission to wear additional headwear can be sought through making an appointment with the Principal and Deputy Principal of Wellbeing.
  • If you are out of uniform, see instructions in the "What to do when you..." section of the student planner.

*College backpacks are compulsory for all students.


Winter Uniform
  • College skirt.
  • College tailored shorts.
  • College tailored trousers.
  • Plain black belt (optional).
  • Long sleeve College shirt.
  • College tie.
  • College jumper maroon (Year 12 – Navy).
  • Maroon/grey scarf (optional) (Year 12 Navy – optional).
  • Plain grey socks or tights.
  • Black lace up traditional supportive school shoes, fully enclosed with a solid heel.

PE Uniform

The sports uniform is only worn on days when you have a double PE class or double VET Sport and Recreation class timetabled.

  • College hat (Terms 1 and 4).
  • College sport shorts maroon.
  • College polo shirt pale blue.
  • Plain white socks (a small logo or small stripe is permissible).
  • College tracksuit pants.
  • Runners (traditional supportive athletic shoes).
  • Year 7-11 college rugby jumper (only to be worn with PE uniform).

Summer Uniform

School hats are compulsory for terms 1 and 4.

  • Grey, maroon, and white checked College dress.
  • College tailored shorts.
  • College tailored trousers.
  • Short sleeved college shirt. (College tie if wearing long sleeved shirt).
  • Plain black belt (optional).
  • College jumper maroon (Year 12 – Navy).
  • Plain grey socks.
  • College hat.
  • Black lace up traditional supportive school shoes, fully enclosed with a solid heel.

Personal Items / Appearance
  • A watch.
  • One small flat ring.
  • A fine chain necklace with or without a small religious medal.
  • Two small gold or silver sleepers or studs per ear.
  • Small clear facial studs (not visible).

Tattoos are discouraged and are to be kept covered.

Make-up is discouraged, but if worn should be natural and unobtrusive.

Nails should be natural or with clear nail polish.

Hair accessories in school colours maroon, sky blue, grey, (navy for Year 12's).

Hair styles should be appropriate (styles such as - dreadlocks and mohawks are examples of what is considered inappropriate). Hair colours should be natural.

Facial Hair. Students are expected to be clean shaven. However, if for religious reasons this is not possible, you must make an appointment with Mr John Cortese for this to be approved.

Uniform Shop

Notre Dame College has its own Uniform Shop which is located on the North side of Knight Street, with entry via the rear of the Oval (14 Corio Avenue).

Opening hours:

Please Note - The School Uniform Shop will not be open during the Term 3 School Holidays.




    8:30am - 9:30am

    12:30pm – 2:00pm

    10:30am – 11:00am

    10:30am - 11:00am

    3:00pm – 4:30pm

    12:30pm - 2:00pm

    12:30pm - 2:00pm

    3:00pm - 4:30pm

    Second-Hand Uniforms

    Second-hand uniform items can be sold through the Sustainable School Shop.

    Click on the follow link to access: