- Socks (boys and girls) must cover the ankle bone.
- Socks must be in these colors only (both the sock and the trim/accent): royal, navy, red, white, gray, black.
- Athletic shoes must be white, black, or gray only and may have accents of royal, navy, red, white, gray, or black only.
- Classic Toms-like shoes must be navy, red, white, cream, gray, or black only.
- Shoe strings must be the same color as the shoe.
- Hooded sweatshirts, even Harding ones, are not okay for wearing around in the building.
A khaki skirt has not been in the Harding dress code for at least three years. For a while, we allowed students to wear the ones they already had, but Parker has not been selling the khaki skirt—until this summer.
Parker Uniforms made a mistake and sold some of our students khaki skirts. When we realized the error, they graciously offered to take back the skirts, whether or not they had been worn or washed.
If you purchased a khaki skirt from Parker this year, you may return it to the store, or you may call Cristal, the store manager, and she will send you a UPS mailer.
If you have one of the older khaki skirts (from a previous year), please retire it from school wear. Let me know if you have any questions.
Everybody's socks—boys' and girls'—must cover the ankle bones. Low-cut socks are not okay for anyone. Rolls your mouse over the picture to see if the socks are okay or not okay. See the student handbook for more details.
For normal Spirit Day Fridays, one shirts and one sweatshirt are currently available. Go, Lions!
Melanie P. Semore
Head of Upper School