• Dress Code

  • All students are expected to meet community standards and school policies with regards to health, cleanliness, and appearance whether on campus and/or school related event/ activity. All safety rules must be obeyed. A dress code violation resulting in missing class will be an unexcused absence.

    Shoes must be worn at all times.

    Shorts may be worn, but must meet the following standards:

    • Must be loose-fitting; no bike shorts, cutoffs, boxer shorts, or combination thereof.
    • Must be hemmed or cuffed.
    • Length must be to the fingertips or longer.

    Dresses or skirts must be longer than fingertips.Sundresses are permitted if modestly cut. Shirts must overlap the waistband and/or top of the skirt, shorts, or pants.

    THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE NOT PERMITTED: Tank tops, tube tops, spaghetti straps, halter type blouses, mesh shirts, pajamas or any type of sleepwear; items with provocative, offensive, violent, drug, alcohol, or tobacco related pictures or slogans.

    Hats, caps, bandannas, or any other type of head coverings, are not permitted and will be taken up if brought or worn on campus. Hoods, wallet chains, and sunglasses are also not permitted.

    NO clothing which is torn or has holes.
    NO sagging pants or shorts.
    NO gang paraphernalia.
    NO visible undergarments.

    Visible body piercing jewelry is prohibited, except for earrings in ears. Tongue rings and studs are not permitted.

    District Dress Code

  • Inappropriate Shorts

    Torn jeans

    appropriate shorts