Dress Code

  • 1. Clothing, tattoos, patches, buttons, pins, jewelry, back packs, etc.

    that have obscene or sexually suggestive writing/pictures, advocate

    violence, advertise, imply or promote the use of tobacco, alcohol or

    drugs, have double meaning wording, obscene language, or are


    2. All tops and dresses must have sleeves that pass the shoulder.

    Halter tops, tube tops, spaghetti strap tops, tank tops, muscle

    shirts, mesh tops worn alone, and clothes that expose the midriff or

    undergarments or are see-through, provocative, excessively tight or

    large, sagging, or improperly fitting clothing. Cleavage cannot be


    3. Clothing will not be worn with tears (frays are allowed as long as skin cannot be seen) or holes. 

    4. Underwear worn as outerwear; underwear that can be seen, or any

    clothing not worn as designated/intended.

    5. Shorts/skirts/dresses which are unacceptable in length. The area

    that is covered by this attire need to extend past the finger tips with

    the arms extended down the sides of the body.

    6. Hats and other head apparel, such as but not limited to, du wraps,

    bandanas, scarves, sweat bands, visors, hoods, etc.

    7. Sunglasses, jackets, and coats worn during the school day unless

    deemed necessary by administration.23

    8. Chains, pins, dog collars, dangling jewelry, or other ornaments that

    may be disruptive, damaging to school furniture or present a safety


    9. Pajamas, lounge pants, leggings, jeggings, yoga pants, and pants

    with writing on buttocks, are not permitted. Pants must be worn at

    the waist and fit properly.

    10. Shoes that pose a safety threat. Shoes must be worn at all times.

    11. Costume effect contact lenses or make-up.

    12. Inappropriate, visible tattoos (as defined in number 1 above) must

    be covered in full every day.

    13. Students may carry purses during the school day. Purses may not

    exceed 13” x 15” in size.

    All students have the responsibility to keep themselves, their clothes, 

    and their hair clean. School officials may impose limitations on student 

    participation in the regular instructional program where there is 

    evidence that the lack of cleanliness constitutes a health hazard or 

    disruption of the educational process.