Proper school attire is the responsibility of parents, students and staff. General appearance shall be neat, clean, and appropriate for school attendance. Revealing clothing, ragged style of dress and flip-flops (thongs) are not allowed. In the case of conflicting opinions on any of these matters, the principal has final authority.
In order to guarantee appropriate dress for school, students are to dress according to the following standards:
- T-shirts, button-down shirts, and polo shirts are allowed. T-shirts, shirts and polos must cover the stomach when students raise their hands above their heads.
- Shirts may be sleeveless but the full shoulder must be covered; therefore, straps and tank tops are not allowed.
- Blouses cannot be low cut. The cut of the blouse can be no more than one palm (fingers touching each other) below the collarbone.
- Clothing with symbols or slogans that are vulgar or insulting or have ads promoting the use of alcohol, drugs, or tobacco products are not allowed.
- Jeans are allowed; however, they CANNOT be ripped or torn.
- Skirts must be one palm and shorts two palms (fingers touching each other) above the knee at the most and measured when the student is sitting down.
- Spandex tights are not allowed.
- Thongs (flip-flops) are not allowed at school (both leather and plastic). Sandals must have a heel strap.
- Pajama bottoms are not allowed.
- Underwear cannot be showing.