The Dress Code applies during College hours (including travelling to and from the College) and when students are engaged in College activities out of College hours. Parents should ensure their son/daughter’s uniform is being worn correctly.

The Antonine College Dress Code Policy aims to:

  • Accurately reflect the values of the Antonine Sisters College community
  • Create a sense of collective and individual pride in students and their identification with the Antonine College.
  • Promote a positive College image within the wider community.


All students are required to own and wear the prescribed Antonine College uniform daily and for all Official and special occasions. Uniforms should be kept clean, pressed and mended, and shoes must be kept clean and polished.

Breaches of aspects of the dress code will incur disciplinary consequences consistent with the Student Wellbeing and Discipline Policy.

A written note is required when circumstances arise causing children to wear non-uniform attire.

Uniforms are purchased from Academy Uniform. For more information click here https://www.antonine.catholic.edu.au/news/antonine-college-supply-change


  • Ear studs or sleepers (one pair only)
  • Wristwatch
  • A religious item to be worn inside shirt/dress
  • Boys are not permitted to wear earrings

NB: The wearing of rings, nose rings, bracelets, bangles and all other jewellery is not permitted. The school will not accept responsibility for jewellery items or other personal belongings.


  • Make up
  • Coloured nail polish
  • Artificial nails/gel nails/long nails
  • Visible body piercing (even if covered)
  • Tattoos
  • Artificial eye lashes

Only uniform items authorised by the College are to be worn during school hours.
Items not listed on the College dress code are prohibited.


The College expects students’ hair to be neat, clean, kept off face and must remain in its natural colour.

  • Girls’ shoulder length hair must be tied back and secured with a navy elastic or ribbon. No hair extensions
  • Boys’ hair must be short and neat. A number three haircut is the shortest permitted.
  • No fashionable extremes in hair colour and styles.
  • All boys to be cleanly shaven.

All items of clothing and equipment must be clearly marked with the child’s full name.
The College cannot accept any responsibility for the loss of any possession.

Click here to view Cedar Campus uniform items

Click here to view St Joseph Campus uniform items