Don't Stress - Dress For Success And To Impress

        High School Dress Code Highlights:

        1. Shoes shall be worn. Shoes with wheels and bedroom slippers are unacceptable and not allowed. Tennis shoes/athletic shoes are required to participate in physical education.

        2. Tube tops, spaghetti straps, muscle shirts, or similar type of clothing may only be worn with a blouse or shirt. Clothing exposing the torso or the midriff, either front, back, or sides shall not be worn. Underwear shall not be visible. Clothing shall not expose the mid-chest 100 area. All clothing must be properly fastened. Clothing with tears above the hemline must be worn with an article of clothing underneath. Clothing traditionally designed as undergarments or sleepwear shall not be worn as outer garments. All pants and shorts shall be secured at the waist. Hemlines shall be no shorter than fingertip length for all shorts, skirts, skorts, and dresses. In addition, when leggings are worn a top garment is required and shall be no shorter than fingertip length around the entire circumference of the article of clothing with relaxed shoulders.

        3. No hats/head coverings. Head coverings shall not be worn in the building unless required for religious observance or health-related reasons.

        4. Items including, but not limited to, garments, symbols, and/or jewelry that display or suggest sexual, vulgar, drug, gang, violence, or alcohol-related wording or graphics, or that provoke or may tend to provoke violence or disruption in the school, shall not be worn. Wallet chains shall not be worn.





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