School Uniforms

Standard Uniform

  • Must have CMIT Logo
  • Solid purple or solid gold polo
  • Spirit wear tops with CMIT Logo pre-approved by the administration and purchased by a pre-approved vendor are permitted daily for grades 10 – 12.
  • No hoods are allowed on any garment.


  • Solid khaki or solid navy
  • Shorts and skirts must be to the knee length or longer.
  • Pants/shorts/skirts must be kept at the waist.
  • No cargo pants, jeans, yoga pants, leggings, sweatpants, rips, or embellishments


  • Any color
  • No slippers, slides, flip flops, or Crocs


  • Any outerwear worn without the CMIT logo must be placed in the student’s locker once they enter the school building.
  • Jackets, sweatshirts, pullovers, windbreakers, and other similar items worn in the school building must have a CMIT logo and be pre-approved by the administration and purchased by a pre-approved vendor.
  • No hoods are allowed.
  • Blankets are not permitted.


  • No hats, bandanas, do-rags, skull caps, sweatbands, or bonnets.
  • Headscarves for cultural or religious purposes are permitted and must be solid black, white, gray, purple, or gold.
PE / Gym Uniform
  • PE uniform is only for students who are currently enrolled in Personal Fitness.
  • PE uniform is only worn during the student’s Personal Fitness class period.  Students cannot wear the PE uniform to other classes.
  • Students are welcome to change out of their traditional school uniform into their PE uniform in the gym restroom. Still, they must be mindful of time due to class activities starting at the beginning of the period.  Students who change will have time at the end of the class period to change into their traditional school uniform. 
  • Shirt:
    • Must be solid purple or solid gold
  • Pants:
    • Solid black sweatpants or black shorts 
      • Leggings can be worn under shorts (not by themselves)
  • Shoes:
    • Must be sneakers with laces
  • Accessories:
    • Any accessory that could cause an injury during physical activity must be removed during PE class.
    • Earrings larger than a stud must be removed during PE class. 
    • The school is not responsible for holding or storing these accessories.