Dress Code


Why a Dress Code?  To promote a safe environment that is aligned with our school vision of expanding the pursuit of excellence.  The dress code reflects a minimum standard of grooming and dress that reflects the respect for the formality of the learning environment.  In our efforts to maximize teaching and learning, we have listed outliers that will not be allowed.  

Students who are improperly dressed are not allowed to attend class.  Violators of the dress code will be placed in an alternative setting for the remainder of the day or until proper clothing is obtained.  

As a general rule of thumb, avoid the 3 “B’s”:   Bellies, Breasts, and Bottoms.  Exposure of any of the “B’s” will be addressed.  Students must be fully clothed at all times.  


All students shall maintain the following minimum standard of dress:

  1. Appropriate shoes shall be worn.
  2. Midriffs shall be covered.
  3. Appropriate under-garments shall be worn and may not be visible.
  4. Strapless garments shall be worn with a jacket.
  5. Tank-tops with straps less than 2 inches wide shall be worn with a jacket.
  6. Appropriate shorts, as determined by the school administration, may be worn.
  7. No caps, hats, bandanas nor hoods covering the head are to be worn in the school buildings during the school day, unless there is a special activity in which they are deemed appropriate by the school administration.
  8. Clothing or ornamentation that does any of the following is prohibited:
    1. Displays or advertises substances illegal for minors.
    2. Displays suggestive phrases, designs, markings, or profanities.
    3. Advocates, promotes, or suggests illegal activity.

Physical Education Dress Requirements:

At this time, students will not dress out for PE.  Students enrolled in PE needs to make sure they wear comfortable clothing and shoes that adhere to the dress code.      

Shirts cannot be longer than bottoms.  It must be obvious that you are wearing bottoms.