Dress Code

How you dress not only represents who you are but reflects on your school and community as well. Good taste will govern the suitability of school dress. If a student's dress is not in good taste in the judgment of a school official, the student will be sent to the Administration Office. Attire and grooming (including hair and cosmetics) should not interfere with the educational process. Attire should protect the health and safety of all students. Grooming in class is prohibited.

Dress Code:

  • Shirts and dresses must have fabric in the front, over the shoulders and on the sides. Clothing must cover undergarments.
  • Shorts must be long enough to have a 2 inch cuff on the bottom and cover the buttocks.
  • Shirts must be long enough to touch pants or shorts.
  • Hats are to be worn during Physical Education class only.

The following are not allowed at school:

  • Hats or any form of head gear (bandanas, scarves, hoods, caps, or beanies) without doctor's orders. Hats are allowed to be worn during Physical Education class only.
  • Pants or shorts worn below the hips
  • See-through clothing that exposes undergarments
  • T-shirts or other clothing with offensive pictures and/or writing, alcohol, drug, or tobacco messages
  • Flip Flops of any kind
  • Anything deemed as gang attire
  • Pajamas, blankets, or slippers
  • Students who dress inappropriately will be referred to Administration who will have the student change into official school loaners. Inappropriate clothing will be confiscated and may only be picked up by a parent or guardian upon return of washed loaners. Repeated dress code violations or unwillingness to change into student loaners will result in disciplinary action.

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