Dress Code


School-wide Dress Code

All students and staff are expected to uphold high standards of conduct and appearance. Clothing should be suitable and comfortable for normal school activities and should reflect the respect, pride and standards of the student's home and community.

You determine what your child wears to school (within the limits of good taste and safety). Parents will be contacted and asked to bring a change of clothing if students come to school wearing questionable garments.

Keep in mind the following:

  • Short, tight short, half-shirts, halter tops or see-through items are not allowed.

  • Make-up is NOT to be worn by students (with the exception of Chapstick or lip balm.)

  • Clothing and hats with slogans that endorse gangs, tobacco, drugs, alcohol and profanity (sucks, etc.) are not allowed.

  • For safety reasons students may not wear dangling jewelry.

  • Closed toe athletic shoes (sneakers, tennis shoes, etc.) must be worn at all times. For safety reasons, please do not wear sandals, jelly shoes or hiking boots. Platforms, slides or roller shoes are NOT permitted.

  • Hats, caps, and visors may be worn outside of the school buildings and are to be worn forward. The school will not be held responsible for loss or theft.

  • Trousers must be worn around the waist and secured with a belt if they are loose. No sagging.

  • Sagging pants or pants with writing across the buttocks are not allowed, undergarments should not be seen.

  • Undershirts and spaghetti strap tank tops must be worn in layers for both boys and girls. Shirt straps should be at least one inch wide at the shoulder, and backless shirts are not allowed.

  • Hair color should reflect natural hair color. No hair dye of red, blue, yellow, etc.

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