Cammeraygal High School

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The community of Cammeraygal High School strongly supports the wearing of a uniform by students. To ensure consistency in meeting the requirements of uniform policy, and to reduce the cost of uniform items, the school and physical education (PDHPE) uniforms are only available from Noone Uniforms at:

Ground Level @ 328 High Street Chatswood 
Open Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm and Saturday 9am – 1pm 
Phone 9436 1700

The uniform can be viewed online at  

Parents who have concerns around uniform items (e.g., health, religious background) should contact the Principal. Families in difficult financial circumstances are encouraged to apply for help with uniform costs under the Students Assistance Scheme for Years 7-10.

Second-hand uniforms are available through the Sustainable School Shop website. For more information, please visit the P&C website

Uniform Policy

Cammeraygal High School has both a junior uniform (Years 7-9) and a senior uniform (Years 10-12). Sports uniform is worn by Years 7-10 for PDHPE classes and all day on Wednesday. Uniforms for grade sport and co-curricular sport are supplied to students as needed.

The following items are compulsory and must be worn every day:

  • White dress shirt with logo – red trim (junior) or black trim (senior)

  • Pullover – black (junior) or red (senior)

  • Shorts – charcoal; or 

  • Long pants/trousers - charcoal; or

  • Pleated skirt – CHS tartan

  • Tie – black and red (junior) or black (senior)

  • Black leather school shoes – fully enclosed (NB: no Mary-Jane style shoes or leather running shoes) 

  • Ankle socks – white 

  • Hair accessories – red or red/black

Sports uniform:

  • Polo shirt – red and black panelled with school logo 

  • Sports shorts – black and red

  • Hat – black and red with school logo

  • Ankle socks – white 

  • Running shoes – fully enclosed 

  • Tracksuit pants – black and red with school logo

  • Tracksuit jacket – black and red with school logo

The following items are optional:

  • Black school blazer with school logo 

  • Red school scarf with school logo

  • Black soft-shell jacket with school logo

Unavoidable Out of Uniform

Occasionally situations arise where students cannot wear the correct uniform for a brief period – for example, due to damaged or lost items. In this instance, students should see the Deputy Principal before school with a note from a parent to receive a Uniform Pass. 

Consequences for being out of uniform:

  • Students who are out of uniform without a pass will receive detention at recess. Failure to attend recess detention may result in an after-school detention.

  • Students persistently out of uniform or not attending detentions may be excluded from representing the school in sporting and other events.