Dress Code

Last Updated: 8/17/2022 9:53 PM


Students should be dressed appropriately for school.  The following are guidelines that include when students are walking down the hallways and standing still.



  • Only shirts with sleeves are permissible.

  • Spaghetti straps and straps that tie at the top of the shoulder are not allowed.

  • Cleavage is NOT to be shown.

  • No short shirts/crop tops that expose the midriff area.

  • If multiple layers of shirts are worn, the outer shirt must stay on shoulders and/or cover the midriff at all times.

  • Dress code checks will include students raising arms above their heads


**Regardless of current style or trends… underwear/bras, etc., should not be seen when wearing tops (i.e., see-through, baggy, cold-shoulder, etc.)


  • Shorts, skirts, or baggy clothing that may result in indecent exposure are not allowed.

  • Words printed on the seats of students’ pants, shorts, skirts, etc. are not allowed


**Regardless of current style or trends, underwear should not be seen when wearing any kind of bottoms, shorts, jeans, etc. This includes rips/tears/holes in jeans, shorts or any clothing, etc.)

General Items

  • Excessive or offensive markings on skin or clothing are not permitted.

  • Headwear (hoods, hats, bandanas, sweatbands, etc.) is not to be worn in school unless we have a designated hat day.  *Parents may apply for an exemption to this policy for recognized cultural/religious headwear.

  • Clothing or accessories (i.e. bracelets, necklaces, etc.) that promote/advertise drugs, cigarettes, alcohol, extreme violence, vulgarity or display suggestive slogans are not permitted

  • Items of sleepwear may be worn only on a designated Pajama Day.


**Any other items deemed inappropriate, disruptive, or dangerous by administrators or teachers

   will be subject to change or removal.


We ask that parents/families review this with their child. Any teacher/staff will address concerns immediately. Because we value instructional time, parents will be called to bring alternate clothing to school. In the event that the parent cannot bring new clothing, we will provide a change of garment.