Standard School Attire

What is standard school attire?
Students are dressed in a similar fashion, not necessarily the same exact clothes.

What will it do for our students?
The standard attire requirement will enable students to model appropriate dress that reflects a positive appearance, which will assist in the development of positive character and sense of pride. Additionally, our students feed into CMS and CHS where students participate in standard school attire.

What does research suggest?
Research suggests that there is a direct correlation between student attire, confidence, achievement, and behavior.

Stakeholder Survey Results:
Parents from Brown, Argyle, Belmont Hills, Williams Park, and Parkview
Yes: 366       No: 28

Optional Dress Days:
There will be Dress for Success opportunities on Awards Day. Students can wear more formal dress attire of his or her choice.

Standard Dress Attire Options:

  • Shoes:     Sneakers/Tennis Shoes Only - No exceptions!
  • Bottoms:  Khaki, navy or black pants or shorts for boys. No denim allowed!
                    Khaki, navy or black pants, shorts, skirts, or jumpers for girls. No denim allowed!
                    Khaki, navy or black leggings allowed.
                    No other skin tight fabrics allowed.
  • Tops:       Any solid colored shirt with a collar.
                    No stripes or patterns allowed.
                    Any solid sweater, turtleneck, or sweatshirt.
                    No stripes or patterns allowed.
                    No advertisements on any tops.
                    No T-shirts or tank tops allowed