Uniform — Middle School:
Regular School Uniform
Neat, trimmed, and natural color.
Optional. Navy blue.
Optional. Plain navy-blue V-neck sweater.
A blue school tie is to be purchased at the school’s bookstore.
A plain, white dress shirt with either long or short sleeves.
Students must wear shoes that are all black. The material the shoes are made of is up to the student’s discretion.
Solid navy-blue or black socks. No sports socks.
Solid, dark color.
No accessories. This includes headbands, sweat bands, necklaces, earrings and piercing.
School uniform items may be purchased at Takashimaya in Yokohama. Please find the order form here.
The summer uniform is worn from the beginning of the school year until the end of September, and from early May through the end of the school year in June.
The warm-weather uniform consists of a navy-blue polo shirt, khaki/beige pants or shorts, and solid-black dress shoes or athletic shoes of any color. No sandals or open-toed shoes.
Please take a conservative approach to dress. If you are uncertain about a particular article of clothing, please fall back on the regular dress code provided above.
Solid navy blue athletic shorts
Shirts: Students can weather either the St. Mary’s Middle School Shirt, which can be purchased at the Middle School office for ¥1,000, or the P.E. department’s Under Armour shirt, which can be purchased at the school’s bookstore for ¥2,300.
We recommend that you have your son’s first and last name on all his belongings, including jackets, trousers, ties, shorts, T-shirts, raincoat, umbrella, shoes, school bag, lunch box and pencil case.
St. Mary’s school uniforms can be purchased at the Takashimaya department store in Yokohama.
Uniforms can also be purchased at the many recycled uniform sales held at school throughout the year, including the day before school starts (Aug.), Back-to-school day (Sept.), the Christmas Craft Fair (Dec.), New Year's Tea (Jan.), Spring Luncheon (April), to name a few. Sales are advertised through school newsletters and the website, and through flyers around school