Uniforms/Dress Code


Student Dress Code:

The dress code regulations that follow are not designed to inhibit personal taste but to encourage learning, good behavior, and safety.


  1. Any clothing, hairstyle, jewelry, chains, or attire that is distracting or causes a disruption or constitutes a safety issue will not be permitted at school.

  2. Shorts, skirts, dresses, and spirit wear must be of reasonable length; e.g., mid-thigh if they are to be worn at school. (All shirts, dresses, and blouses must have moderate sleeves.)

  3. Clothing such as skirts, pants, trousers, etc., must be worn at the waist. Clothing shall not be poorly fitted or oversized or extremely baggy. Clothing that exposes underclothing or impedes walking will not be permitted. (Jeans, etc., with holes not permitted.)

  4. Clothing and/or jewelry, which advertises or displays any insignia of alcohol, illegal drugs, or tobacco is not permitted.

  5. Clothing and/or jewelry with words or symbols which are offensive, insulting, embarrassing, sexually suggestive, obscene, gang-related, or promote violence, terrorism, or abusive behavior will not be permitted at school.

  6. Clothing that distracts by exposing or accentuating the body, such as spandex pants, see-through garments, halter or tube tops, backless dresses, muscle shirts, bare midriff outfits, or shirts, blouses, etc., that are tied at or may rise above the waist will not be permitted at school.

  7. Sunglasses, caps, hats, and other head-coverings such as bandannas and hoods will not be worn inside the school building.

  8. Appropriate shoes must be worn at all times at school.