MESC Student Dress Code and Uniform Shop (Dobsons)

We hope that all parents will continue to support the school by ensuring that their student wears the correct uniform. Clearly, the manner in which our uniform is worn reflects not only on the school itself, but also on the individual student and their family.

As a school we are very proud of what we offer our students and we look forward to them making a strong symbolic statement to the local and broader community about their respect for the school, by wearing their uniforms with pride.

Uniform Price List 2023/2024

For further details or to book a professional 20-minute uniform fitting please call the Uniform Shop on:

t: 9708 8566    e:

shop online:

Monday 12.30pm-4.00pm
Wednesday 8.30am-11.30am
1st Saturday of the month 9.00am-12pm

Closed during school holidays



2nd Hand Uniform

Frequently Asked Questions

1.      The uniform includes a black spray jacket. Can this be worn instead of the soft shell jacket/blazer?

No. The jacket is designed for rain protection only. Students can wear the jumper and the soft shell jacket/blazer for additional warmth.

2.       If my child has PE period one can they come to school in PE uniform?

Yes provided they are in full MESC PE uniform. They will need to bring along their full regular uniform to change into. The same applies at the end of the day if they have a period 5 PE class.

3.       My student is competing in interschool sport. What should they wear?

Students representing the college at sport must wear the PE uniform. For many sports the college provides tops for students which means having black shorts as the base. Students may not wear casual clothes to and from school on these occasions. They can wear full MESC sport uniform, or full MESC regular uniform and change into sports gear at the event.


We want students to grow into their identities and become the best versions of themselves.

We display confidence, energy and fresh thinking, sharing our passion for our subjects.

We provide a stimulating school environment where students can learn, live, love and grow.

My sons are valued and respected at Mount Eliza Secondary College. My sons' educational experience of engaging learning at the college is exemplary, which encourages them to academically grow, while ensuring that their secondary school education is top class.

Lisa Ingerton


We have been parents of MESC for over 20 years. Our youngest (and sixth) child is in year 10 this year. That alone tells you how highly we regard the school, its community and its policies. We have seen many changes at the school over the past 20 years, but the one constant is the standard of excellence MESC offers and expects in both education and wellbeing.

Stephen Baker


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