Please help us meet our dress code expectations by reviewing your child’s clothing options and assisting them with making choices that are appropriate for school.


These guidelines serve as the warning in reference to the dress code:

  • Shoes must be worn at all times.
  • Stretch leggings, jeggings, tights may be worn with tops that are no shorter than fingertip length all the way around the student’s body.
  • All pants and shorts must be worn at the waistline. No undergarments may be revealed, nor should gym shorts or any other garments underneath the outer layer of clothing be visible.
  • Sleeveless garments must be three fingers in width.
  • Clothing should not expose the student’s midriff, chest, or private areas at any time.
  • Shorts, skirts, and dresses should be no shorter than 4 inches above the knee all the way around the student.
  • Earbuds and headphones should only be worn in classrooms at the teacher’s discretion.

 Students may not wear the following:

  • Clothing, jewelry, and other personal belongings displaying language or images that are vulgar, lewd, or obscene; that reflects adversely on or disparage another’s race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, ancestry, or disability; that promote the use of drugs, illegal substances, or alcohol; that contains threats, gang symbols, symbols of groups associated with threatening or violent behavior, or groups that promote the unlawful use of weapons or other criminal behavior.
  • Hats, hoods, bandanas, sweatbands, tiaras, crowns, face masks (that covers more than the mouth and nose), or head coverings of any kind while inside the school building, unless worn for religious or medical reasons.
  • Sunglasses while inside the school buildings unless prescribed by a physician.
  • Jeans with rips, tears, or holes that expose skin above the fingertips. If jeans have rips, tears, or holes, skin must be covered.
  • Jerseys with large armholes unless there is a t-shirt worn underneath.
  • Pajamas, sleepwear, swimwear.
  • Spiked jewelry, chains, fish hooks, and items which could cause student injury.
  • Clothing that is see-through, revealing, or resembles undergarments.