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Dress Code

A flexible and cost effective dress code has been established at our school to encourage academic success while reducing distractions and competition. Implementing a simple, flexible, cost effective dress code promotes student learning and increased academic instruction time.

Please refer to the Student Handbook for the complete dress code policy.

Uniform Store



Solid white, light blue, or dark blue


Plain shirts with collars (includes mock turtlenecks, turtlenecks, long or short sleeved, cotton, or knit)

Cold Weather

May include sweaters, sweatshirts, or vests that are solid-colored navy/dark blue, white, or light blue.
Uniform shirts must be worn underneath.
Hoodies are not permitted.
Sweaters and sweatshirts should not be tied around the waist or worn backwards.
Outdoor coats and jackets must be hung in cubbies or lockers during the school day.


Shirts must be tucked in at all times.
Shirts must be long enough to cover the chest and remain tucked into the pants when the arms are raised.
No wording, logos, or emblems on shirts or cold weather attire.
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Dark blue or navy


Pants, shorts, skirts, skorts, and jumpers
Must be twill or cotton fabric (i.e. docker style)


All bottoms must be either longer than the fingertips when the student’s arms hang at their sides or no more than three inches above the knees.
Pants must be worn above the waist.

Not Allowed

Nylon, taffeta, or jogging pants (pants that make a rustling noise).
Cargos, jeans of any color, or leggings.
Sagging pants or shorts.
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Hair & Hygiene


Hair must be of natural tones


For boys, hairstyles must be conservative with hair being off the collar and out of the face

The personal grooming of students should be in accord with the standards set by the uniform dress code. Students should be clean and neat when at school.

Not Allowed

Extreme hairstyles (including but not limited to shaved designs, more than one straight part, mohawks, wearing yarn in hair).
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Hats, Shoes & Accessories

  • All students must wear predominately brown, black, or white shoes
    • Athletic shoes that meet the color criteria are permitted
  • White or navy socks (or tights for girls) must be worn
  • Temporary tattoos and body art must be covered at all times
  • One pair of earrings is permitted for girls
    • Only ears may be pierced
    • Earrings can be no larger than the size of a quarter
  • Black or brown belts must be worn daily (must be without symbols and belt buckles must be without design and as large as the width of the belt)

Not Allowed

Scarves covering the head or hats of any kind (inside the building).
Bandanas, bandana headbands, and sweatbands.
Hairstyle, makeup, or clothing/accessories that disrupt the school setting or create conflict.
Earrings and other body piercing ornaments for boys.
All other jewelry besides small earrings (see above) and large hoop or long dangling earrings for girls.
Flip-flops, slippers, or open-toed shoes.
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  • Middle school students are not permitted to carry backpacks or book bags to classes
    • As a general rule, if a textbook can fit in the bag/purse, it is too big and will need to be placed in a locker
  • Temporary tattoos and body art must be covered at all times
  • Any makeup worn by middle school girls should be natural and minimal (Makeup is not permitted for students in grades 6 and below)

Not Allowed

Stripes, appliqu├ęs, brands/logos, embroidery (unless embroidery is the same color as uniform and is not a logo), chains, or other designs on any clothing.
Wearing, carrying, and displaying gang paraphernalia, names, signs, or symbols of gang membership.
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