Dress Code/Uniform


The school dress code is designed specifically to support and enhance a positive learning environment.

The implementation of a dress code minimizes student distractions resulting from unsuitable dress. Students must be in dress code compliance upon entering school grounds and while on campus.

  1. Closed-toed shoes and sneakers shall be worn at all times.No open-toed/heels/backless shoes or sandals, including flip-flops & crocs are allowed due to safety issues. Any type of “Skate” type shoes are not allowed.

  2. Shorts, dresses, and skirts must be finger-tip length or longer.

  3. Pants must be fastened at the waist and may not drop below waist level on any student. If tights or leggings are worn, then the top/shirt must extend below the fingertips to cover the upper thigh and back area.

  4. Shirts with straps must be at least 2 fingers in widthand the length must extend beyond the waist level and not expose skin while in the sitting position.

  5. Backless, spaghetti strap, and halter tops are not permitted.

  6. Any articles of clothing or jewelry that could likely cause injury, such as chains, bracelets, rings, chokers are not permitted. One small pair of earrings or one bracelet may be worn.

  7. Apparel, emblems, insignias, badges, or symbols that promote the use of alcohol, drugs, tobacco, or any other illegal activity are prohibited.

  8. Slogans or advertising on clothing which are controversial or obscene are prohibited.

  9. Distractive hairstyles or hair coloring that may cause disruption are not permitted.

Note: The school administration reserves the right to appraise any current fashion or fad and determine whether it is appropriate for school wear.

Students who are inappropriately dressed will be sent to the clinic to call home for a change of clothes.

*Also remember we need to keep an academic focus at school and cannot have TOYS​ brought to school (this includes items brought to the after school program).