The Brooklin Mill Montessori School student uniform consists of easy-care pieces that you can mix and match to manage your child’s clothing budget. A crested top, black dress pants, and black (preferably non-marking sole) shoes form the core school dress code and can be worn by boys and girls. Girls may choose a royal green tartan dress or tartan ‘skort’ and select from a range of hair accessories. Please note that the girl’s tartan dress or skort qualify as crested items.

Brooklin Mill Montessori School crested tops include polo shirts (long or short sleeve), turtlenecks, and blouses. Children may also wear a school embroidered vest or cardigan over a white top of your choice. Black dress pants are available in a range of styles from our uniform supplier (mock fly, half-back elastic, girls flare) or you may select your own black dress pants. During the warmer months, khaki shorts are also available for boys.

School Dress Code for Junior Casa, Senior Casa, and Elementary students:
For Junior Casa, Senior Casa, and Elementary Students

Girls Boys

Royal green tartan tunic dress with a white blouse or white top of your choice, tights (black or green), and black shoes.

Crested top (e.g. white blouse, polo shirt, turtleneck or school vest worn over a white top of your choice) with a tartan skort or black dress pants, and black shoes.

Crested top (e.g. polo shirt, turtleneck, or school vest worn over a white top of your choice) with black trousers, and black shoes. For the warmer months, khaki shorts are offered as an alternative to black dress pants.

Unisex & Accessories
  • Embroidered green cardigan
  • Reversible green fleece windbreaker jacket
  • Royal green tartan tie
  • Socks and tights
  • Girl’s hair accessories (scrunchies, headbands)

*  Please Note:  Our School Dress Code is waived for our PreCasa and Foundations classes, although we encourage all students in the historic mill building to follow the school dress code for colour.

InSchoolWear has been selected as the exclusive supplier of the Brooklin Mill Montessori School uniform. InSchoolWear is proudly Canadian with over 80% of their product manufactured locally. They offer high quality apparel with attention to detail and a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Their Richmond Hill store will stock the uniform on a year round basis in a range of sizes and offers full on-line ordering. Free order delivery is provided to the school, or you can arrange to ship to your home or pick up from the Richmond Hill store. Select the Brooklin Mill Montessori School Store when you visit their website at .

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Richmond Hill Store Address:

1550 16th Avenue
Unit #15, Building A
Richmond Hill, ON, L4B 3K9
Jackie Bennings, Store Manager

Winter Hours of Operation:

Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday to Saturday: 9:30 – 5:30
Thursday extended hours: 9:30 – 7:00
Sunday: CLOSED

Why School Uniforms?
Studies have shown that school uniforms have a positive effect on students and school communities. (Brunsma, Huss) Just as “clothes make the man”, so too do uniforms make the student! A child’s self-image influences their behaviour. School uniforms create a positive and deliberate framework focused on learning. Helping to build a sense of community within the school, uniforms also create an atmosphere of belonging.

Parents have found that uniforms make mornings easier. A smooth start in the morning is often the key to a productive and happy day. School uniforms are also cost-effective, with high quality, durable pieces that won’t go out of style. Children will be encouraged to express their individuality through the arts, music, sports, personality and academic achievement, rather than through their clothes.

Brunsma, D. L., & Rockquemore, K. A. (1998). Effects of student uniforms on attendance, behavior problems, substance use, and academic.. Journal Of Educational Research, 92(1), 53.

Huss, J. A. (2007). The Role of School Uniforms in Creating an Academically Motivating Climate: Do Uniforms Influence Teacher Expectations?. Journal Of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 131-39