Student Dress Code
Student Dress Code
Posted on 10/03/2014

Teachers have the right and responsibility to request that a student not wear an article of clothing that is disruptive to the educational process.
  1. Students are expected to dress in a manner that is appropriate for school.  Any type of dress which disrupts the educational process or constitutes a threat to the safety and/or health of another person will not be permitted.  A general rule to consider is that if you are in doubt as to  whether or not you should wear a particular type of clothing or accessory to school, do not wear it. 
  2. Some of the items prohibited are: (This is a sample list not meant to be all inclusive.)
    • Wallet chains or any chains in general, studded or spiked wristbands, dog collars, or any type of accessory that could cause harm to oneself or another person.
    • Clothing that is too revealing (such as bare midriffs, see-through clothing, low-cut tops, bathing suits, visible undergarments, very short shorts, pants, skirts or dresses worn below the hips.)
    • Clothing that is disruptive because of displaying sexual drawings or language, suggestive gestures, racial statements, gang involvement, statements with double meanings, alcohol, drug or tobacco messages.
    • Hats, hoods, or sunglasses while in the building.
    • Bare feet.

    Students who are referred to the office because they are in violation of the dress code will not be allowed to attend classes until compliance is reached.