Uniform at Kurunjang
The uniform dress code reinforces in students a pride in their own appearance, instils recognition of themselves as an integral part of the school community, and assists in developing pride in representing their school. Issues of equality, health and safety, and expense are also factors that contribute to the establishment of the UniformPolicy. The policy can also be found in the students’ planners.
The College’s onsite uniform shop has moved
New address is 39 Bakery Square, Melton
Ph 03 8746 2142
Opening hours Mon-Fri 9am-5pm and Sat 9:30am-2pm
Visa, Mastercard, EFTPOS and Layby are all welcome.
To make a booking head to the Uniform Shop page.
In recent weeks, I have been reviewing how our students at Kurunjang Secondary College are wearing the college uniform in line with the College Council’s endorsement. While most of our students are adhering to the expectation of wearing the school uniform in a neat and appropriate manner, there are still some students who are not.
It is an expectation that students wear the college uniform in a manner that is respectful and modest.
Kurunjang Secondary College takes great pride in its students and entrusts that the college community also exhibits this pride and that our students present themselves in a neat and modest manner to the wider community. Also, if you are experiencing any financial difficulties in relation to replacing items, please inform the college as soon as possible for support.
Mr John Mitsinikos
The full uniform policy document can be downloaded here – UniformPolicy.
Black plain leather, polishable lace up school shoes for boys and girls. Girls are also permitted to wear black leather, polishable T-bar shoes. Please note: Shoes should be all black, with shoe laces totally black.
Students are reminded that socks at the College should be plain, with no logos or other designs.
Students are expected to bring a pair of runners for use in Sport subjects. Students are not permitted to wear their school shoes while participating in Sport activity in the Gymnasium.
The College blue hat with logo, cap or bucket style can be purchased from the General Office. No other hat is permitted to be worn with the College uniform.
Year 12 Jackets
Students will have to decide between one of three options for their commemorative jackets in 2017. Students are advised to look at the PDF below for the different design options and they will be asked to vote on their preferred design first week back in 2017.
The final design will be displayed here so you can see what it will look like.
To see the jacket options download the PDF: Year 12 Jacket Designs