Students are expected to be well-groomed and neatly dressed. The uniform should be worn properly at all times during the school day.
The school uniform should be purchased at Shreveport Gymnastics, 4727 Line Avenue, telephone: 869-1206. You may also visit the Uniform Closet in the Anderson Building to buy clothing articles donated back to the school.
MALES Uniform khaki pants only Uniform khaki shorts (first and fourth nine weeks only). No Cargo shorts. Light blue oxford cloth, button-down collar, short or long sleeve Navy polo shirt with LCP logo can be worn, tucked in (First and Fourth Quarters) Black, brown, navy or cordovan leather loafer, saddle oxford, or any low-quartered dress shoe. Topsiders are allowed. They must be leather -- brown, tan, cordovan or navy. (Heel should be 1" or less.) Shoes are to be worn as designed. Any type of boots are forbidden. Black or predominantly white or gray tennis shoes may be worn with shorts only. (No green, red, blue, etc., are allowed.) Shoes must be in good repair and laces are to be tied. White crew socks or white or black golf-type socks must be worn with shorts and must be visible. With slacks, white, black or navy socks must be worn. Appropriate belt. Standard Loyola school tie and navy blazer with emblem properly attached must be worn in second and third nine weeks. Hair is to be kept neat, clean and combed. The length must not extend beyond the top of the collar, nor fall below the eyebrows. Exaggerated styles, specifically color or excessive use of gels or sprays, are not permitted. All male students must be clean shaven. Neither hair nor sideburns shall extend beyond the mid-ear level. Male students are not to wear earrings to school or school functions. No hats or caps are to be worn by male students on campus during school hours.
- Uniform plaid skirt with ten box pleats hemmed at two inches above the knee. Failing to meet this length requirement will result in the parent being contacted with an option to bring a new skirt or to remove the hem from the existing skirt, or sending the student home. It is the expectation of the Administration that parents will assist the school in helping promote proper modest skirt lengths.
- Uniform khaki shorts (first and fourth nine weeks only) hemmed no more than 3 inches above the knee
- Light blue oxford cloth, button-down collar, short or long sleeve.
- Navy polo shirt with LCP logo be worn, tucked in (First and Fourth Quarters)
- Black, brown, navy or cordovan leather loafer or saddle oxford. Saddle oxfords may be white/black, white/navy, tan/brown, or cordovan/black. Topsiders must be brown, tan, or white only. Other colors, such as red, pink, blue, yellow, etc. are not allowed. Shoes are to be worn as designed. With the exception of rainy days, any type of boots is forbidden.
- Tennis shoes may be worn with shorts and skirts during 1st and 4th quarter only. Shoes must be in good repair and laces are to be tied. No high-tops.
- Socks must be visible at all times. Socks can be solid black, white, or navy with NO stripes or patterns. Navy or white solid tights (no pat-terns) are permitted and encouraged (for warmth) during the 2nd and 3rd nine weeks.
- Standard Loyola school tie and navy blazer with emblem properly at-tached must be worn in second and third nine weeks.
MALES & FEMALES For both boys and girls if T-shirts are worn, they must be solid white only -- undershirt sleeves may not hang out below blue oxford cloth shirt sleeve. For both the boys and girls, for additional warmth only, a white, Navy or columbia blue school Loyola sweatshirt is acceptable. No over shirts or jackets may be worn during the school day even if they are the correct color. Loyola hooded sweatshirts can be worn only on Fridays. No hooded sweatshirts may be worn on any other school days. "Dress Theme" days still follow the dictates of good taste and safety established by the school. Immodest attire or attire condoning immoral or illegal activity will not be allowed
The Administration is the final judge in matters relating to the school uniform.
The Uniform Closet:
- All items in the closet are donated and are gently used by students.
- Donations are most frequently received in the late Spring/early Summer and right before school starts. These are the best times to check for new items/sizes.
- All money received from closet purchases go to the Community Scholarship Fund.
- Blazers are $20 and shirts, pants, shorts, skirts, polos and ties are all $2.00.
- A student could be outfitted for an entire school year, including blazer, for less than $100.
- Items can be borrowed from the closet but items must be signed out and collateral is required. Acceptable collateral are vehicle keys, cell phone, or $20. Other items may be used at the discretion of the administration.