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Corrimal High School is a uniform school which means a uniform must be worn by all students. The school uniform is integral to the maintenance of Corrimal High School's high standards and expectations regarding student achievement and behaviour. Our uniform policy is a result of extensive consultation with the school community and P&C over a number of years.
Shoes that comply with the school uniform code must be covered, leather and black laces. Please remember, suede is leather, canvas and cotton are not!
Examples of shoes that comply with the school uniform code are pictured below.
Shoes that do not comply with the school uniform code include:
all non-leather shoes
shoes with any colour other than black on the upper, soul or laces
shoes that are open on the top exposing a significant proportion of the foot.
Examples of shoes that do not comply with the school uniform code are pictured below:
If your child needs to modify the length or style of this uniform for physical, religious or cultural reasons please do not hesitate to contact the Principal. The staff at Corrimal High would like to support both the family and the student in this process, allowing physical, religious and cultural and school requirements to be met in a flexible and supportive environment. We do ask that all modifications or additions to the school uniform remain in the school colours of navy, light blue and white.
For more information, visit uniform price list (PDF 375KB), and where to buy our school uniform.
88b Murray Road
Corrimal East NSW 2518
telephone 02 4285 1199
Corrimal High School stands on the traditional lands of the Wadi Wadi people of the Dharawal nation. We acknowledge and pay our respect to all clans and groups of the Dharawal nation – the Wodi Wodi of Kangaroo Valley to Lake Illawarra, the Bong Bong of Mossvale, the Allowrie of Lake Illawarra to Fairy Meadow, the Murra Murra of Kiama, the Jerrungarah of Kiama to Shoalhaven heads, the Thoura of Towradgi to Stanwell Park, the Gweagal of Otford to Cronulla, the Bidgegal of Botany Bay and the Gubbitch Ditch of Campbelltown to Tahmoor. We remember and respect their past, present and future connections to this land. We honour their descendants, who stand with us today as part of our school community and we value the spiritual and cultural traditions they celebrate. We pay our respects to the young generations and future elders as they are the strength that will keep these traditions and dreaming alive. We also extend this respect to all those in our community.
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