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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.
The Right Way to Dress
To enable students to reach high academic standards, we've put in place a dress code designed to reduce distractions and competition. Implementing a simple, flexible, cost-effective dress code promotes student learning and increased academic instruction time.
Common Dress Issues
Sometimes when we're in a hurry we overlook some of the details. A few of the frequent issues include the color of socks, the type of shoes being worn, and non-approved pullovers and pants.
Please refer to the Parent and Student Handbook for the complete dress code policy.
Solid bright green, white, or navy polo
Solid bright green, white or navy polo shirt navy
Optional white dress shirt with custom blue and green tie
All students may wear the shoes of their choice. Shoes must cover the entire foot (no open toed or open back). Athletic shoes must be worn on gym days. Dress boots are acceptable. Boots may not have excessive fur or other distracting adornments. Snow boots may be worn to school, but students should change into school shoes upon arrival.
White, navy, brown, and black socks (or tights for girls) must be worn.
Leggings in black, white, navy, and brown are only permitted under dresses or skirts and must come to the ankles.
Solid navy sweaters, over a collared uniform shirt. No hoods, stripes, logos, patterns or fur are permitted.