St. Paul Hanoi students are required to wear a clean and complete school uniform at all times unless they are involved in an activity that requires them to change. They must change back to the uniform immediately following this activity.


When students are not in uniforms, the following must apply:
  • A student shall dress and behave in a manner that does not distract or detract from the educational process or result in damage to school facilities. Dress and personal grooming should be clean and should conform to health standards.
  • Due to St. Paul American School’s multicultural environment, students must be sensitive to the beliefs of others, including ways of dress associated with other cultures and religions. The school reserves the right to determine what acceptable dress is. Inappropriate clothing includes, but is not limited to; low cut or cropped tops which expose the midriff, shorts and skirts shorter than 6” above the knee, clothing bearing messages or logos relating to alcohol, drugs, sex, and gang-related clothing. Caps and hats may not be worn in school.
  • Students deemed by the school administration to be dressed inappropriately will be required to change into acceptable clothing or leave school for that day. Any absences due to inappropriate dress are considered unexcused. Repeated violations of this policy may lead to disciplinary action.

Dress Code

Daily Uniform

Mondays – Thursdays

TOPS – SPASH Polo Shirt (red or blue)

BOTTOMS – Khaki colored (beige) shorts/pants/skirts/skorts

FEET – Tennis shoes/Sneakers with shoe laces OR Velcro

Friday Uniform

Casual Day

Students may wear St. Paul attire (anything with a St. Paul logo) and blue, black or khaki bottoms

Physical Education Uniform



FEET – Tennis shoes with shoe laces OR Velcro

ADDITIONAL: Reusable Water Bottle


All outerwear, which not included in the dress code or uniform policy above, is limited to the following:

TOPSSPASH Letter Jacket or SPASH Sweatshirt