Our Mission

To provide a rich and supportive education for powerful learners to develop the qualities to successfully pursue future opportunities, and the personal capacity for social and intercultural engagement.

Our Vision

Every student will graduate as an engaged global citizen to meet the challenges of a changing world.

Our Values

Distinction, Diversity, Respect

Our Principles

  • Creating a community of learners
  • Developing students intellectually, socially and morally
  • International learning
  • Ethical learning
  • A focus on quality
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Uniform Guideline













We remind parents/caregivers/homestays and students on choosing this school that they undertake to support the school in its expectation that all students will wear the correct school uniform. Their appearance is to be neat, clean and the uniform worn in a conventional manner at all times.

The wearing of other garments will be seen as incorrect uniform and therefore unacceptable.


  • For safety, correct school shoes must be worn. This means plain black, leather school shoes.
  • Due to WH&S regulations school shoes must also have solid firm soles.
  • Shoes with exposed tops, shoes made with canvas or fabric are not acceptable shoes.



Dresses and Skirts

  • are expected to be knee length and hems should not be shortened after purchase.


  • Students are permitted to have a single piercing in each ear only with a simple stud or sleeper and NO other visible piercings
  • Finger rings - one only
  • No necklaces are to be worn
  • Bracelets are not permitted (Medic-Alert is the exception)

General Rules

  • No visible make-up is to be worn.
  • Fingernails are not to be painted, but may have a clear finish.
  • Acrylic or false nails are not permitted for safety reasons.
  • Hair must be neat, clean and worn in an appropriate style. Hair colour must be one colour and of a natural tone.
  • Facial hair which is neat and trimmed is permitted – it is expected that the transition from clean shaven to neat trimmed facial hair will occur during a term holiday break.
  • The wearing of any additional visible top under the school uniform is not permitted.
  • Socks are NOT to be worn over tights.
  • Tights are NOT to be worn under shorts.


  • navy with school logo

Necessary school hair accessories

  • must be plain navy, yellow, or red.

Uniform Management Services is the only authorised supplier of Norwood Morialta High School uniforms and as such you are ensured of being supplied with the correct uniform items.


Venue   1       Norwood Morialta Senior Campus

                         505 The Parade   Magill 

                           Phone 0409 178 994


Trading hours   during school terms only


               Tuesdays              8.00 am—1.30 pm

               Wednesdays      12.30 pm—4.00 pm


Monday 21 January 2019                   8.30am to 3.00pm
Tuesday 22 January 2019                   8.30am to 3.00pm
Wednesday 23 January 2019              8.30am to 3.00pm 


Venue 2         Uniform   Management Services

                     Unit 1/6 Montrose Avenue Norwood

                     Phone 08 8363 5255


Trading Hours


Monday-Friday  9.00   am—5.00 pm

Open the first Saturday of every month from 9am to 12am.


UMS will be closed from 14 Decemeber to 2 January.


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