OLGC Uniforms

Everything You Need To Know!

It is an exciting time here at Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic School. With the addition of our new school logo comes the look of NEW UNIFORMS! Please read this flyer carefully as we will detail what will be included in our uniforms.


Students will begin to transition to the new uniform next year for the 2018-2019 school year. Students may continue to wear the present uniform until the need arises to purchase new pieces. This is usually a three year process. However, our new Gym uniform is required for all students. Pre-K & Kindergarten students will now be required to wear the Gym uniform as part of their everyday dress. Please see below to view the new uniforms according to grade.


Please visit www.flynnohara.com/ to order your new uniform today!


*PLEASE NOTE: Flynn & O'Hara will be the ONLY store where our uniform items can be purchased from.*

Pre-K & Kindergarten

Sneakers

Pre-K & Kindergarten students may wear any sneakers they would like except those sneakers that light up or have wheels on the bottom.

Grades 1-4 Girls Year-Round Uniform

Grades 1-4 Girls Spring Uniform

Sneakers

White or black sneakers can be worn with the Spring uniform. All other athletic/colored sneakers can only be worn for Gym.

Grades 5-8 Girls Year-Round Uniform

Grades 1-8 Boys Year-Round Uniform

Grades 1-8 Boys Spring Uniform

Sneakers

White or black sneakers can be worn with the Spring uniform. All other athletic/colored sneakers can only be worn for Gym.

Gym Uniform Grades 1-8

NO CYO or Spirit Day apparel is to be worn for Gym. The correct Gym uniform & all pieces are listed below. Please note: we will have special days where students can wear their CYO or Spirit Day apparel which will be specified, but those items are not for everyday Gym wear.

Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic School

Mission Statement

"Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic School, under the guidance of Mary, seeks to empower students to commit to Christian service, dedicate their lives to Gospel values, and lead with academic excellence."