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The following pieces of clothing are NEVER allowed to be worn on campus: 

Shirts:   (DO NOT WEAR)

  • Spaghetti straps

  • Off the shoulder tops

  • Mesh tops

  • Tank tops

  • Halter/ Tube  tops

  • See-through shirts

  • Low cut shirts showing cleavage

  • Shirts showing your bra straps or undergarments

  • Midriffs or crop tops

  • Shirts with holes or chains

**Shirts should adequately cover the chest, sides, shoulders and back.  This includes athletic jerseys and other sleeveless shirts**

Bottoms:  (DO NOT WEAR)

  • Bottoms that expose your underwear

  • Skirts, dresses, or shorts  that are higher than 3 inches above the knee in the front and in the back

  • Bottoms with holes above the knee UNLESS worn with leggings

  • Pajama bottoms

Leggings, stretch pants, yoga pants, or jeggings must be worn with a shirt that COMPLETELY covers your bottom


Headwear  (DO NOT WEAR)

 (Student identity must be recognizable at all times)

 This includes, but not limited to the following:             (Hats and Hoodies are allowed)

  • Toboggans
  • Skull Caps
  • Doo Rags
  • Bonnets
  • Scarfs / Bandanas
  • Ski Masks

*Face and ears must be visible at all times**

Other Dress Code Restrictions  (Do Not Wear)

  • Sunglasses

  • Blankets

  • Onesies 

  • Bedroom slippers of any type (only shoes created for outdoor use may be worn in school)

**Clothing which advertises or portrays gangs, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, violence, nudity, obscene language or has any slogan or picture which is not in good taste or demeaning to any group or gender, is not to be worn in school.  

Our school recognizes that the parents/guardians are the primary persons responsible for seeing that their student is dressed properly for school.  If a student arrives at school and refuses to comply with the dress code, he/she may not be allowed to attend class.  Students refusing to comply with the dress code standards are disruptive to the learning environment and may potentially miss out on instructional opportunities.  Repeated verbal warnings will not be given to those who violate the dress code.  The Administration reserves the right to cite a student for dress code violations outside of the above policy if the student’s dress is disruptive to the instructional environment.