"Dress for Success"IMPORTANT UPDATE! The "Dress for Success" dress code has been suspended for the 2020-21 and 2021-22 school years.
CLICK HERE to view Dress Code requirements approved by the MCAS Board of School Trustees on July 28, 2020.****
CLICK HERE to read a brochure outlining the requirements of the "Dress for Success" dress code.
VendorsClothing is available from St. Andrew's Products, a Michigan City-based provider. CLICK HERE for a current price list and ordering information!Order clothing from Lands' End:
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Coupons & Special Offers:* No coupons at this time. Check back soon!Facebook Groups - Families in Michigan City with Uniforms to Sell/Swap/BuyThe Salvation Army of Michigan City (1201 Franklin Street) also runs a School Uniform Exchange program. You may take clothing your child has outgrown and swap it for a larger size! For details, call (219) 874-6885.About Dress for Success:At the March 27, 2012, MCAS School Board meeting, the Board passed a revision to its Dress and Grooming Policy, specifying that all students district wide will follow the "Dress for Success" dress code beginning with the 2012-13 School Year.
Students at all schools are now required to wear khaki, black, gray or navy pants/shorts/skirts and white, blue, black, or gray shirts. All clothing should be sized appropriately for the student; oversized and tight-fitting clothing is not permitted.
Goals of the “Dress for Success” program include building school spirit, emphasizing academics, and fostering a sense of pride among students. The new dress code has been designed with a goal of keeping clothing options simple and affordable.
Many local retailers and online vendors offer a wide selection of the clothing required in the “Dress for Success” dress code. Local stores that carry this clothing include: Bags Etc. (1902 Washington), Big R, Carters Outlet, J. C. Penney, Lakeshore Convenience (1002 Franklin), Meijer, Old Navy Outlet, Osh Kosh Outlet, Sears, Scotty's Dynamic Designs (3404 Franklin), The Spot (2321 E. Michigan Blvd.), Tommy Hilfiger Outlet, Vanity Fair Outlet, and Walmart. Goodwill and the Salvation Army have also been notified of the schools’ plans, so that they can assist shoppers looking for “dress for success” bargains.