Secondary Uniform

Before enrolling at the school, students should consider that the Islamic College of Brisbane is a uniform school and it is expected that students at the school will fully abide with the dress code established by the school management in collaboration with staff and parents.

All students must wear the correct school uniform at all times to school and to any school function.

 

  BOYS GIRLS
SECONDARY
Years 8 to 12
SPORT
Boys Sport Shirt
Boys Black Sport Shorts
School Jumper#
Boys Cap#
White Socks#
Girls Sport Shirt
White Undershirt / Singlet#
Girls Black Sport Pants
Girls Sport Scarf
School Jumper#
Girls Visor#
White Socks#
 
SECONDARY
Year 8 to Year 12
FORMAL
Boys White Formal Shirt
Boys Formal Pants
Black Belt
School Jumper#
Boys Cap#
White Socks#
Secondary Girls Formal Blouse
White Undershirt / Singlet#
Girls Formal Skirt
Black Leggings / Tights
Girls Formal Hijab
White Under Cap
School Jumper#
Girls Visor#
White Socks#
 
SECONDARY
Years 11 to 12
FORMAL
Boys Formal Tie
Blazer*
 

# Item is the same for sport and formal uniforms
* Blazers can be hired from the Uniform Shop for the cost of dry cleaning at the end of the year.

All items of uniform can be purchased from the College Uniform Shop with the exception of shoes, white socks, and black belts, white under cap, white undershirt and black leggings/tights. To ensure uniformity of colours and all students wearing the same logo bearing garments, parents are asked to purchase uniform garments from the uniform shop.

Footwear

Students must wear the correct footwear at all times. Formal Black shoes should have a distinct heel. No thongs except for wudu. No sandals, soccer boots, designer sports shoes or shoes with buckles are allowed.

Year 3 to Year 12
Black Formal Shoes
Laces only
SECONDARY
Year 8 to Year12
Any Coloured SPORT
Shoes
  NO
FLAMBOYANT
COLOURS
OR FLURO STRIPES ALLOWED

 Go to Uniform Shop for opening hours and uniform prices.

 

Haircut (Boys)

All boys are required to have tidy and short haircuts. Boys are not allowed to have fancy haircuts such as "undercuts" and "wedges". Parents must tell the hairdresser that he/she must cut their son's hair in the ordinary school hairstyle. Boys will be asked to undergo another haircut if they report to school with any fancy haircuts. Colouring of hair is strictly not permitted.