Uniforms are a distinct indication of a student’s connection to the school. Representing the school in a positive manner is an expectation in all areas of student life, including professional dress and grooming. Handbook regulations concerning the uniform are applicable at all times, whether on or off campus. It is both the parents’ and the school’s responsibility to instill this mindset in the student body. It is expected that the uniform will be neat, clean, and in satisfactory condition. In addition to handbook guidelines, any other attire or grooming patterns determined to cause distractions are not acceptable. The administration is the final authority on interpretations of the dress code.
Student ID Badge: Student ID Badge on the school supplied lanyard must be worn and visible at all times during the school day.
Body markings: Body markings such as tattoos or those made by ink pens must be covered while on school grounds or while representing the school in an extra-curricular activity.
TAG (Dress Down) Days: At various times during the school year, students are given the opportunity to come to school out of uniform. T.A.G. (Tasteful, Approved Garments) Days usually require a small fee to support a charitable cause or to recognize a specific activity or achievement. On any day that students are allowed to be out of uniform, posted standards must be followed. These days are considered a privilege that may be revoked for individuals failing to follow guidelines. Guidelines will be posted by the administration throughout the school.
DRESS CODE - Females
DRESS CODE - Males