Student Dress Code

Clothing Regulations

Students are expected to dress in a manner appropriate to the environment of a school. Clothing is expected to be neat, clean, and of no embarrassment or discomfort to others.

  • Shoes must be worn at all times. The school has a ‘two-shoe policy’, meaning students are required to change into clean, dry shoes after entering the building.
  • Hats, caps, bandanas and other hat-like headgear are not to be worn in the school. Exceptions must be approved by administration.
  • Crop tops, halter-tops, muscle shirts, tank tops with spaghetti straps and tube tops are not to be worn. The midriff must be covered, with no belly button showing. Undergarments and cleavage must not be visible, including bra straps.
  • Shorts, dresses and skirts must be of an acceptable length. Hemlines must be no more than 6 inches above the knee. Cut off shorts are not acceptable.  Waistbands of pants must rest on the waist, not revealing underwear.
  • A long shirt or sweater must cover skintight leggings.
  • Clothing, lapel buttons, hats, or other items with inappropriate slogans or pictures/drawings are unacceptable.
  • Students who are dressed inappropriately will either be asked to phone home to have proper clothing brought in, or will be instructed to wear their gym strip until they go home for the day.
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