St John’s Grammar School Uniform
The St John’s Grammar School Uniform helps students to generate a sense of belonging and is an important part of creating an identity for the School in the community. The uniform also teaches students to dress smartly and take pride in their appearance while focusing on their schoolwork.
Uniform can be purchased online or from our Uniform Centre.
For current and new families, further information on how to purchase School Uniform items is available within the Current Parents section of our website here.
Enter via Gate 6, Price Avenue – Secondary Campus
A uniform fitting service is available at the Uniform Centre. Please park in the carpark behind the John Bray Centre for Performing Arts and follow the signs to the Uniform Centre entrance.
Which Uniform to Wear?
Summer uniform is worn in Terms 1 and 4 and winter uniform is worn in Terms 2 and 3. Students may choose to wear a uniform out of season, in response to the weather, however the uniform must be worn in full.
There are also times when students may be required to wear a particular full uniform or uniform item as directed by the School, for example, wearing full summer uniform with blazer during a music performance or an excursion to Government House.
The SJGS Uniform Guide provides an overview of each uniform worn from ELC through to Year 12.
Our SJGS Student Uniform Guidelines contain a full list of the items required and how they should be worn.
Secondhand Uniform Shop
The Parents and Friends Association run a Second Hand Uniform Shop at the Junior Campus.
The shop is located in the ‘Railway Cottages’ at the Eastern end of the Campus, near the playing fields. For those parents that are not familiar with the Junior Campus, please follow the signs.
The shop is staffed by P&F volunteers and run on a commission-based system. Gently-used items of uniform will be sold at approximately 50% of the ‘new’ price. The P&F will retain 15% of this amount as commission as part of its fundraising efforts for the School.