New Uniform 2017
For information on the new school uniform, please click here. NOTE: the new uniform is only compulsory for 2017 Year 9 students. However, there will be the opportunity for other year level students to wear the new uniform if they wish.
The pre-2017 uniform is compulsory for all students from Year 9 to Year 12. Year 13 students have the option of wearing appropriate mufti.
|White short-sleeved with school monogram.
White long-sleeved cotton polyester shirt (button to neck) with school monogram.
Regulation Lincoln green polyester cotton.
Regulation mid-grey straight-legged long school trousers.
Grey cotton drill trousers (chinos or jeans) are NOT to be worn.
|3||Socks||Black or fawn with trousers; fawn knee-length or 2017 LHS black socks
with red stripe with shorts.
|4||Shoes||Black leather lace-up shoes with black laces, rounded toe, and with no adornments,
Black leather slip on shoes with no adornments
|1||Blouse||White, short or long sleeved tailored blouse with Lincoln High School monogram.|
Regulation Lincoln green polyester cotton skirt with a box-pleat which needs to be no more than 3 cm above the knee.
Hunting MacFarlane Tartan kilt, knee-length or longer but no longer than 15cm above the ground.
|Plain white or black socks.
Fawn/Black 50 denier or wool. These may only be worn with the kilt.
|4||Shoes||Black leather lace-up shoes with rounded toe, and heels no higher than 5 cm with no adornments OR Black leather low heeled shoes with one strap across the top of the foot OR Black leather low heeled T bar shoes.|
Sunhats and Caps
LHS sunhats and caps are available for purchase from the Uniform Shop to be worn outside of the classroom. No other headwear is permitted all year round.
|1||Jersey||Lincoln green regulation V‑necked jersey.|
|2||Polar Fleece||Green polar fleece with red trim and Lincoln High School monogram.|
|3||Cardigan||Lincoln green regulation V necked cardigan (girls only).|
|4||Tie||2017 Senior/Junior tie or red tie – only to be worn with boys’
long-sleeved shirt or girls’ long-sleeved blouse.
|5||Blazer||Lincoln green blazer, with Lincoln High School monogram.|
|6||Anorak||Lincoln green regulation anorak|
|7||Scarf||Tomato red and Lincoln green regulation striped scarf or 2017 LHS scarf|
|8||Jacket||2017 LHS Black Raincoat or Plain black jacket – must be fully
The pre 2017 Physical Education uniform is available through Distributors Direct. Please see their contact details below. 2017 Physical Education uniform can be purchased at the Uniform Shop.
Mufti of a neat appearance approved by the school and previous Year 13 cohorts and within the bounds of good taste is to be worn. Please note that facial piercings (other than those specified in the permitted items below) and visible tattoos are not permitted for Year 13 students. Profanity, alcohol or cigarette advertising is not permitted on clothing or hats. Year 13’s will be informed as to regulations at initial assembly.
Students are permitted to wear:
Taonga around their necks.
TWO small studs or sleepers in each ear.
ONE flat ring (in total, not per hand).
ONE small stud, no bigger than 2mm diameter in nose.
One flat bracelet per hand.
A small linked necklace chain with or without a small, appropriate, cross or decoration.
Students are not allowed:
Facial piercings not specified above e.g. nose rings, eyebrow studs and lip studs.
Jeans or long pants showing under the winter kilt.
No sports club or sports team wear (including LHS sports team merchandise).
Coloured tee shirts or coloured singlets under their shirts/blouses.
Facial hair; boys must be clean shaven.
No large earrings, spikes or stretchers.
Black canvas shoes/boots or ballet flats.
2017 LHS items available from the school Uniform Shop, which is located next to our school hall. The shop is open every Tuesday and Thursday from 10.30am-2.00pm (term time only).
The PTA Uniform Shop (which is located beside our school hall) is open on 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month from 1.00 - 2.00pm (term time only). NOTE: There is no eftpos facility only cash/cheque.
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