Students in violation of the dress code will be required to wear clothing provided by the school until their parents provide appropriate clothing.
Any form of dress that is unsafe, disrupts school, or detracts from the learning process is not acceptable. Examples of inappropriate dress include, but are not limited to the following:
- Hats and caps, Hoods worn over the head, Sunglasses worn inside
- Articles of clothing that reference drugs, alcohol, tobacco products, obscenities, sexual connotations, or that contain statements derogatory to any racial, ethnic or religious group
- Low riding baggy jeans and shorts, Pants so low as to expose undergarments
- Chains hanging from pants, heavy chains, dog chains, choker collars
- Clothing or insignia depicting or related to violence, gangs, or hate groups
- Tank tops with a strap of less than 2 inches (3-finger width), halter tops, tube tops, cutoff shirts, crop shirts, sheer tops, mesh tops, low-cut tops, bare midriffs, bare backs, muscle shirts, half-shirts, see-through blouses
- Undershirts and under-shorts as outer garments; pajamas (tops or bottoms!)
- excessively short shorts, skirts, or dresses; Shorts and skirts may be no shorter than 2 inches above the knee
In addition to the above, the administration reserves the right to make a decision regarding the appropriateness of student dress, including the display of anything that may appear gang related.
For the safety and welfare of everyone, teachers may limit the kind of clothing that may be worn by students in classes such as Physical Education, Science labs, and Arts classes.
Jewelry / Decorations / Accessories
Students may not wear anything considered unsafe, disruptive, or inflammatory by the administration.
*This policy is subject to review by school leadership, and consistent violations may lead to a uniform policy should the leadership deem it necessary.