The dress code regulations specify standards that promote a positive and safe learning environment. All students are expected to be suitably groomed and to wear clothing that is neat, clean and appropriate at school and evening events. If at any time a student’s dress or grooming is considered inappropriate to the educational environment, students will be asked to change into school appropriate attire or be sent home to change. Repeated violations may result in disciplinary action.
- Clothing shall be sufficient to conceal undergarments except for straps on shoulders. Garter belt straps are not allowed. Skirts and shorts must be at least fist length. Shirts must not be strapless, not reveal more than a 2 inch midriff area front and back, collar/neckline may not be lower than your armpit height, and shirts may not be see-through. Any sleeveless shirt must be worn with an undergarment. Pants and shorts must be worn above the hips. Jackets and sweaters do not make you compliant with dress code. What you are wearing under your jacket/sweat shirt must meet dress code. In other words, what you are wearing at lunch when you remove your jacket must meet dress code.
- Gang affiliated items such as hair nets, “grill” teeth, bandanas, gang colors, jewelry, emblems, clothing, badge, symbols, large chains, signs or other things which are viewed as evidence of membership or affiliation in any gang is prohibited.
- Personal items (backpacks, jewelry, binders, fanny packs, gym bags, water bottles, etc.) shall be free of writing, pictures or any insignia which are crude, vulgar, profane or sexually suggestive, which bare drug, alcohol or tobacco company advertising, promotions or likenesses, which advocate racial, ethnic or religious prejudice or are physically dangerous.
- Hats are not forbidden on campus, however, students are required to wear their hats forward-facing and respect the request of individual teachers regarding the wearing of hats inside buildings.