SCHOOL DRESS CODE
As a public school, we expect our young women to dress professionally and respectfully of themselves and others. The student dress code is intended to provide standards of dress which are desirable to our school community – both in our building’s classrooms and in our external learning environments. The following are considered to be inappropriate and constitute a disruption to the educational process:
- See-through garments
- Revealing plunging necklines or waistlines
- Halter tops, spaghetti straps, strapless garments, bare backs and exposed midriffs
- Hats, bandanas, etc. are not to be worn or carried during the school day. They must be kept in lockers.
- Sunglasses are not to be worn in the building.
- Gang colors or gang related clothing or items which could be considered offensive to certain groups of people.
- Length of skirts or shorts, when standing, must reach the knees.
Violation of the rules listed above will result in the student having to change into school-provided appropriate attire. Additionally, we will be calling home to conference with parents about appropriate attire. Persistent violation of dress code may result in disciplinary action and/or the need for parents to come to school with alternate attire.