Dress Code

Student Dress Code


Shirts must have a collar with short or long sleeves

  •  All shirts must be a solid color.
  • Patterned or striped shirts may not be worn.
  • Any emblem or logo on a shirt must be two inches or smaller.


  • Students may wear pants, shorts, capri pants, skirts, skorts, or jumpers in navy blue, black, or khaki/shades of brown color only.  Students will be allowed to wear jeans, but they cannot have any holes that expose skin.
  • Hoodies are not allowed in the building. Students must remove their hoodies prior to entering the building.


  • Students must wear appropriate footwear at all times.


Please review the Dress Code Expectations

Prohibitive dress shall include, but is not limited to:

  • Any attire that depicts, promotes, or advertises gang affiliation, illegal activity, illegal drugs, alcohol or tobacco, sexual references, offensive words or designs, and other clothing which is disruptive to the learning environment;
  • Clothing designed to be worn as undergarments or visible undergarments;
  • Headwear, including but not limited to, hats, bandanas, scarves, earmuffs, hoods, sunglasses, or any other head covering (an exception will be made for headwear worn for religious beliefs or medical necessity), except as may be permitted in advance by school administration;
  • Shirts and blouses that leave the midriff or chest bare;
  • Sleeveless shirts without a shirt underneath;
  • Pants or shorts worn below the waist;
  • Pajama pants or sleepwear
  • Skirts, dresses, or shorts that come down to less than 3 inches above the middle of the knee;
  • Clothing with frayed edges or visible holes above the knee (unless there is a layer of clothing under the frayed item or hole);
  • Inappropriate footwear that are considered unsafe, including flip flops, slides, and slippers;
  • Any other garments or accessories that would be a distraction to the orderly educational process.

Parents will be notified if students are dressed inappropriately. Students who continually violate the dress code will be subject to disciplinary measures pursuant to the Code of Conduct.