Our dress code is specific and based on grade and gender. For detailed information, select the appropriate grade level or additional uniform policy links.
- A dress code encourages students to express their individuality through personality and academic achievements, not outward appearances.
- A dress code puts the focus on academics, not fashion, because students project a neat, serious, businesslike image.
- Schools with dress codes have fewer discipline problems because students are less distracted.
- Dress codes can be less expensive.
- Dress codes eliminate the visible differences between needy and wealthy children.
- Dress codes eliminate the pressure to wear brand name clothing, immodest styles, etc.
- Dress codes create a sense of school pride and belonging.
Other Dress Code Rules
- White dress shirts must be tucked in.
- Clothes must be the appropriate size, with waist of garment worn at student’s waist.
- Clothing that is too tight or too loose is not appropriate for school.
- Only school approved jackets, hoodies, and sweaters are allowed in the classroom.
- Hoods are not allowed to be worn in the classrooms or hallways.
- School administrators will determine if clothing is appropriate for school and complies with the uniform guidelines.
- Students in violation of the dress code will receive a warning the first time. Students who regularly violate the dress code may be referred to the administration.
Click on a button below to view and/or download our dress codes in pdf format.