The dress code is established to promote appropriate grooming and hygiene, to prevent disruption in the classroom and the school, and to avoid safety hazards. Specialized classes (such as nursing, cooking, construction etc.) may require a special dress code and students will be required to adhere to the special dress code.
The school board has approved the following dress code to promote a safe school environment.
- Basketball jerseys without a T shirt under.
- Shoes must be laced and tied at all times.
- Hoods, do rags, bandannas, hair nets, stocking caps or headbands while on campus.
- Mini-skirts, skirts with slits, see-though clothing.
- Shorts and skirts higher than three inches above the top of the knee.
- No leggings
- Halters, exposed midriffs, bathing suits, one shoulder tops.
- Shirts longer than 8 inches from navel.
- Shirts with obscene logos or pictures such as drugs, sexual, violence etc.
- Numbered shirts i.e.: 13, 602, RIP shirts etc.
- House shoes or Sandals/flip flops in lab areas or in the kitchen
- Shirts with inappropriate sayings, language, or playboy bunnies logo.
- Tank tops or muscle shirts.
- Clothing torn by design or torn intentionally that exposes skin.
- Excessive baggy clothing including sweat pants.
- Women’s attire that reveals cleavage, no undergarments over outer clothing.
- Undergarments (lingerie straps, boxer shorts, etc.) that can be seen.
- MEN’S PANTS WORN BELOW THE WAIST.
- Sunglasses inside the building including wearing on back of the head.
- Excessive jewelry (brass knuckles, spike bracelets/necklaces, 3 finger rings)
- Excessive (more than 6) piercings.
- Finger Nails longer than one half inch
VIOLATIONS OF THIS DRESS CODE AND ANY ITEM OF CLOTHING OR JEWELRY DEAMED INAPPROPRIATE BY THE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL WILL RESULT IN DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS FOUND IN THE DISCIPLINE GUIDE.