School Uniform

Victor Harbor High School Uniforms are available from Totally Work Wear, Victor Harbor.

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Store Location: 1A Lincoln Park Drive, Victor Harbor SA 5211

Opening Hours:

  • Monday to Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm

  • Saturday 9:00am - 12:00pm

  • Sunday CLOSED


The Victor Harbor High School colours are navy blue, grey and white.

Shirts, windcheaters and jackets: All school shirts, jumpers, jackets and windcheaters must have a school logo, with exception to PE tops.

Shorts and pants: Plain navy blue or grey shorts, pants, trousers or track pants with thin white side stripes or piping and small logo are acceptable.

Dress: Summer – Blue and white check dress, as supplied by Totally Work Wear Victor Harbor.

Winter – Tartan skirt, as supplied by the Totally Work Wear, worn with navy tights, black tights, white socks or navy socks.

Other clothing and accessories: Beanies and scarves, in school colours, may be worn in winter, and if requested will be removed in class. During PE classes, baseball caps may be worn where a broad brimmed or bucket hat may be impractical.

Footwear: In practical lessons, fully enclosed flat shoes are required at all times to meet safety standards. Inappropriate shoes are Ugg boots, thongs, backless footwear and heeled shoes. Shoes should be predominantly school colours or black.

Jewellery and Makeup: Makeup must be tastefully worn and/or applied and kept to a minimum. Jewellery will be kept to a minimum for safety reasons.

School Uniform Guide

School Uniform Policy

By choosing to attend Victor Harbor High School, families and students are choosing to follow the Governing Council's Uniform Policy.

School uniform is important because:

  • It creates a positive image of the school particularly in the community, developing and maintaining a high standard of appearance.

  • It encourages a sense of belonging and pride in our school.

  • It easily identifies our students on school grounds and in the community, which is important for student safety.

  • It helps create a more equitable social environment.

  • It is practical and includes ‘safe’ clothing for all subjects.

Under the EDUCATION ACT (1972) and REGULATION 86 school councils have the power to:

  • determine school dress policy

  • enforce uniform obligations and exemptions conditions