Girls wear a white blouse and a green skirt. Formerly, girls wore white below-the-knee pleated skirts. The change from white to green skirt in 2002 followed complaints that white skirts were easily dirtied.
Lower Secondary boys wear a white shirt with white Bermudas and Upper Secondary boys a white shirt with white long pants.
All wear white socks with the ZHSS initials and clean white shoes.
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