Marshpoint School Uniforms
Navy or white “polo” style shirts, turtlenecks, button-down collar shirts (no emblems or logos on shirts except the official Marshpoint logo). From page 31 of the Student/Parent Handbook for Success: All shirts must be tucked. Tops must not expose any of the midriff or lower back. Fishnet tops, halter tops, tube tops, strapless tops, tanks tops, spaghetti straps and other forms of transparent or revealing clothing are prohibited and should not be visible at any time.
Khaki or navy or plaid** pants, shorts, jumpers, skorts, skirts or capris. From page 31 of the Student Handbook: Shorts, skirts, skorts and jumpers must be no shorter than three inches above the knee. Pants/slacks, skirts, skorts, shorts and jumpers must have a finished hem.
Shoes Must be enclosed and tied or fastened (NO BACKLESS SHOES OR CROCS)
Only solid white or solid navy socks, tights or leggings may be worn.
Solid colored sweaters, vests or sweatshirts may be worn over uniform shirts. Hooded sweatshirts are not allowed at any time.
All shirts must be tucked in and pants must fall at the natural waist. Belts must be worn if there are belt loops on the pants.
**Girls may choose a plaid skirt or jumper as an OPTION to the uniform which can be purchased from A-1 Uniforms on Waters Avenue (ask for the Marshpoint plaid) or French Toast (frenchtoast.com). The plaid is called “green plaid” at French Toast.
Shirts and sweatshirts with the Marshpoint logo can be purchased from the Marshpoint PTA. Order forms are located in the school office and on the PTA page of this website.
Many vendors in the Savannah area will carry the uniform in Marshpoint colors.
Once a month, usually the last Friday of the month, Marshpoint has a school spirit wear day. Students will be allowed to wear Marshpoint t-shirts including shirts from the Mariner Marathon with a non-uniform bottom. Students who don't have a spirit wear shirt may wear a school uniform shirt with non-uniform bottoms. The non-uniform bottoms must adhere to the SCCPSS dress code for non-uniform days. This policy can be found on page 30 of the Student Handbook for Success: Pants must be of appropriate size, be worn at the natural waist, and not drag the floor. Belts, if worn, must be buckled. Shorts, skirts, jumpers and dresses must have a finished hem and extend to the length of the tip of the longest extended finger when student is standing upright with hands by his/her side.
Last modified August 27, 2014