The aim of this code is the promotion of personal pride and a strong school identity through our school uniform.  The School dress code respects and reflects the cultural norms of the school community and its requirements apply equally to all students.  (The School Council has the authority to create and implement a dress code for students.  The authority arises from an order of the Governor-in-Council).


The purposes of maintaining a strict uniform policy are:

  • To create a sense of collective and individual pride in the students and their identification with the school.
  • So that the image of the school benefits from the neat appearance of students all wearing correct uniform.
  • Over a period of time, uniform is more durable and therefore more economical.
  • Dress competition between students is eliminated, thus ensuring greater equality among students.
  • There is a safety element through the easy identification of students on excursions and the detection of outsiders in the school grounds.


 ALL students are required to be in full uniform during the School day, including travelling to and from School and on excursions,  unless otherwise specified.  On rare occasions when an item of uniform is not able to be worn, the parent/guardian must furnish satisfactory written explanation and the student will be issued with a uniform pass, which they must carry throughout the day.   Students out of uniform without the required permission and pass will be given a detention.



  • T-Shirts, skivvies and singlets, must not be visible under school shirts/blouses.
  • Hair must be kept clean and tidy; rinses, tints and extreme fashion styles are not acceptable, and must be avoided. Students with hair below collar length must wear it tied securely for practical classes. This is an Occupational Health and Safety requirement.
  • Black leather, lace-up shoes (traditional style) must be worn and should be regularly cleaned. Ballet shoes, slip-ons, sneakers, T bars, and boots are NOT permitted.
  • Students with pierced ears are permitted one small stud per ear. School Council has reaffirmed the policy and NO other body piercing jewellery is permitted.
  • No jewellery is permitted apart from a watch and/or an SOS pendant.
  • The only jackets permitted to be worn at School are either a school blazer or spray jacket.
  • Students may wear a brimmed hat or cap in navy blue. The only logo or writing permitted on headwear is the School Logo. The wearing of headwear in the buildings or classrooms is not permitted without specific permission.
  • Only clear or natural nail polish may be worn. Only natural looking makeup is acceptable
  • Long sleeved shirts are always to be worn tucked in. Short sleeve shirts must also be tucked in when worn under a jumper/jacket/blazer.


YEAR 12:

In Year 12, students wear a navy blue VCE jumper and also a blue tie. These items are available from our uniform suppliers. 





Approved School suppliers:  Crockers, Lowes  and PSW


Girls’ Uniform:

BHS Specific Items  (only available from our approved suppliers):


Winter Skirt

Monteith tartan, box pleated. Length, for student safety, is to be knee length.


Light blue, plain long-sleeved/short sleeved with school logo.


Green V-necked


Green striped.(Optional for wearing with the winter skirt)

Summer Dress

Gingham (knee length). 

Socks White with school colours band (with summer dress or shorts)

Navy blue pants/shorts

To be worn with a pale blue short-sleeved blouse and navy socks or tights (pants only)


Green (optional – can be worn with/ instead of jumper).


Blue (optional – can be worn with/ instead of jumper)


Bags/backpacks (nb. Backpacks have a padded pocket for iPads/Notebooks)


 General Items


Navy tights (NOT black) are to be worn with the winter skirt.


Blue or green should be used. White is acceptable with summer dress


Monteith Tartan or in a colour to match the school jumper



Black leather lace up


 Boys’ Uniform:

BHS Specific Items  (only available from our approved suppliers):



College grey. Jeans and cotton trousers of various shades are not acceptable


Light blue (either long/short sleeve with school logo


Green V-necked


Green striped. Tie must be worn at all times

Walk Shorts

Grey poly-cotton business shorts


Grey with school colours band


Green (optional – can be worn  with/instead of jumper).


Blue(optional – can be worn with/ instead of jumper)


Bags/backpacks (please note: Backpacks have a padded pocket for iPads/Notebooks)


General Items


Monteith Tartan or in a colour to match the School jumper being worn.


Black leather lace up





Physical Education uniform is compulsory for all students. Students may not wear their PE uniform to school and must change back into their normal school uniform at the end of their PE/Sport classes. If they have PE/Sport class period 6 they are permitted to wear their PE uniform home. The only trackpants to be worn must be the school trackpants – Skins are not acceptable. Sports shoes (sneakers) with non marking /white soles are required for use on the gymnasium floor.

Students representing the School in interschool sports competitions are required to wear the Physical Education uniform. Students selected into the Specialist Sport program need to speak with the Physical Education coordinator prior to purchasing uniform as the requirements are different for those students.

·        BHS rugby top

·        BHS navy trackpants

·        BHS navy blue shorts.

·        BHS pale blue short sleeved sports shirt

·        White sport socks with school colours band (optional)