Proper attire and grooming are deemed important to scholastic achievement and orderliness. The responsibility for the appearance of the students begins with the parents and the students themselves. Students’ clothing, make-up, and hairstyles should reflect neatness, cleanliness, and self-respect so that the school is a desirable place in which to promote learning and character development. Here at LIH, we want help students become integrated into our culture by requiring the use of uniforms.
Perhaps most importantly, a uniform means students don’t have to worry about peer pressure when it comes to their clothes. When everyone is dressed the same, worrying about what you look like isn’t so important. There is no competition about being dressed in the latest trend, which would put a great deal of financial pressure on students and parents. Potential bullies have one less target for their insults; it’s hard to make fun of what someone is wearing when you’re dressed exactly the same.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
All students in Pre-Kindergarten3/Petite Section and above must wear the school uniform. The average cost is between $200 – $250 for 2 or 3 daily uniforms.
La Crèche/18 months and TPS/Prekindergarten 2 children do not have to wear uniforms.
LIH UNIFORM REQUIREMENTS
LIH uniforms must be purchased via Tommy Hilfiger School Uniforms (www.globalschoolwear.com), the link is accessible on our website.
Primary School Daily Uniforms PreK-3 through 5th grade/PS through CM2
Girls are required to wear blue plaid jumpers with a grey or white polo shirt, (no logo required on shirt) white socks or stockings and solid black shoes.
Boys are required to wear navy blue shorts/pants with a grey or white polo shirt with the LIH logo, white/blue socks, black belt/elastic belts and solid black/dark blue shoes.
Secondary School Daily Uniforms 6th through 12th/6ème through Terminale
Girls are required to wear a plaid skorts (skirt with shorts attached underneath) with a grey or white polo shirt with LIH logo, white socks or stockings and solid black shoes.
Boys are required to wear grey pants with a grey or white polo shirt with the LIH logo, white/grey socks, belt, solid black/dark blue shoes.
If a student does not come to school in the proper dress uniform, parents/guardians will be called to deliver an appropriate one to school. We encourage the preschool parents to keep a change of dress at the school in case of restroom accidents.
- Shirts must be tucked in at all time.
- Students may not wear caps or hats indoors.
- Facial jewelry, such as eyebrow rings, nose rings, lip and tongue studs are not allowed.
- Students should always arrive at the campus properly dressed.
- LIH is not responsible for lost jewelry, so please limit expensive jewelry.
- Any personal accessories including, but not limited to jewelry or hair accessories may be deemed inappropriate and therefore forbidden at the discretion of LIH.
**Jeans, ripped pants and clothes that are too short are not allowed on campus. Underwear must not be visible.
** We ask that jewelry be kept to a minimum so as not to pose a safety hazard. Facial jewelry is not allowed, apart from discrete earrings for girls. Hair accessories should be kept to a minimum and of the LIH colors (navy blue, grey, white).
**Shoes must be closed: flip-flops, crocs are not allowed for safety reasons, neither are shoes on wheels or with lights. All shoes must be solid black. Socks, tights or stockings must be white. White or grey socks can be worn by middle/high school boys.
**Hair must be kept neat and tidy and of natural color (no hair color such as blue or red). Hats and caps may not be worn indoors. Nail polish should remain neutral.
**Conspicuous symbols and commercial logos are not allowed.
Acceptable outerwear consists of LIH sweatshirt, LIH fleece jacket, LIH cardigan with logo (purchased on the Tommy Hilfiger website).
We ask our students to where certain types of shoes for safety and team spirit reasons. Below you’ll find the examples of boy and girl shoes that we allow our students to wear. Additionally, boys are required to wear belts.
Students are not allowed to wear shoes that light up, roll, or make any type of noise. Below you’ll see some examples of shoes that are not allowed in our school.
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