Secondary Dress Code

    • All clothing must be neat, clean, and in a condition of good repair.
    • Clothing with inappropriate, suggestive or derogatory pictures or phrases may not be worn.
    • Clothing designed to be worn as undergarments may not be visible.
    • No headwear is to be worn in the building during the school day.  
      • This includes but is not limited to hat, bandana, scarf, earmuffs, sunglasses, or any other head covering, including hoods.
      • Exception: Any headwear worn for religious beliefs with the appropriate documentation.
    • Shirts and blouses that leave the midriff bare are prohibited.
    • All shirts must have sleeves. 
    • Heavy, bulky jackets, or overcoats, as determined by the administration, should be placed in lockers.
    • Shorts and skirts are to be respectable and modest in length. 
    • Pants and shorts are to be worn at the waist and a belt is strongly recommended. Pajamas are prohibited.
    • Excessively tight clothing is not permitted.
    • Clothing with frayed edges or visible holes is not permitted (unless there is a layer of clothing under the frayed item).
    • Appropriate footwear must be worn at all times (slippers are not permitted).
    • Students wearing jewelry or accessories that may be considered unsafe or inappropriate to the learning environment may be subject to review by the administration.
    • Any other garments or accessories that would be a distraction to the orderly educational process are prohibited. 

    Students in violation of the dress code policy will receive disciplinary action and will be excused from class until they are dress code compliant.

students in cafeteria