Episcopal students are required to wear official uniform attire every day. The resources below are intended to answer any questions you have regarding Episcopal’s uniform and policies.
Mills Uniforms is a family-owned company that has provided durable, quality uniforms to schools across the country since 1947. Their main business focus is school uniforms; therefore, they will have consistent sizing for all body types.The Mills Uniforms Company values having long-term relationships with their associated schools and families so providing exceptional customer service is very important to their company. Mills offers a “No Questions Asked” product quality guarantee. You can purchase uniforms in the following ways:
- The Campus Store: Episcopal's Campus Store has an assortment of uniforms.
- Online at www.millswear.com: Our school code is 3950.
- Via phone at 800.541.1850: Customer service is available during normal business hours. During the busy back-to-school months, Mills will have extended hours.
For planning purposes, please note the following:
- All garments must be purchased from Mills.
Identamelabels are a great way to keep your student's belongings labeled so that they can be found or returned.
2019-2020 Student-Parent Handbook - The handbook for this year will be shared on this page before the school year begins. When it has been posted, you may reference section VI. Uniform Policies and General Appearances in the Student-Parent Handbook to read Episcopal’s official uniform policies.
You can also get quick answers to your questions by reading the Frequently Asked Question documents below:
The Dean's office makes the final decision regarding discrepancies in grooming, dress and appearance. You may contact them using one of the methods below.
Dean of Student Life
Dean of Students
Dean of Students
Uniform Recycle Program and Lost & Found
The Parents’ Association and Episcopal have also created two programs that offer great benefits to parents like access to gently used ESJ uniforms, and a program to help families claim lost items.
Please refer to the Episcopal Insider for more details.