Uniforms & Dress Code


All students at Concordia are required to wear a school uniform, which is ordered through our Uniform Shop. Make sure order for all seasons!
During the summer, orders must be received by July 1 to ensure that they will arrive before the start of school.
Click here to order uniforms online.
Uniform orders are mailed to the high school to be picked up. The front office will contact you when they are available. 
If you have questions about your uniform order, please contact Jeff Frazier, Receptionist, at [email protected] 
If you have any used uniforms that you would be interested in buying or donating, please contact Darcy Lugo at [email protected].

Dress Code

A uniform shirt must be worn with approved uniform pants or shorts. No jeans are allowed. This is an overview of the dress code. For specifics, please visit this link under "Dress and Personal Appearance."
  • Shorts may be worn all year round. Cargo pockets are allowed.

  • Belt is not required but pants need to be around waist with no undergarments exposed

  • Polo shirts do not need to be tucked in

  • Birkenstock/other dressier sandals may be worn 

  • No rubber or other beach flip flops may be worn

  • Undershirts to pullovers/sweatshirts/cardigans do not need to be school polo. These can be any color but must not have any writing or graphics shown.

  • Students may wear black, navy, gray, or tan pants or shorts with their school uniform shirt. Long sleeve garments worn under the school uniform shirt may be maroon, white, gray, or black and compliment the CLHS uniform shirt. The pants should be made of cotton-twill material.  Pants made of denim, fleece, velour or athletic warm-up material are not allowed.  Pants must cover all undergarments. Tight pants may not be worn.
  • On “Concordia Spirit Days”, students may wear a Concordia shirt from a school event, team, or group, with school uniform shorts or pants.. Students who choose not to wear a school spirit shirt will be in school uniform. Athletic uniforms are not permitted to be worn on these days.   Note: “Concordia Spirit Days” are not “free dress” days.