Dress Out Days

Dress out days are a privilege.  Failure to comply with the dress code will result in loss of the privilege.  If the attire is inappropriate, parents will be called to bring a change of clothing to school. Students may be asked to leave a school-sponsored event if dress is immodest.

 

DRESS UP DAYS

Girls: Dress should be equal to or better than school uniform.  Should wear dresses, skirts, capri pants or pants.  Shoulders must be covered at all times.  Dress shoes.

MAY NOT WEAR:  Short shorts, bare midriffs, tank tops, spaghetti straps or strapless tops or dresses, short shirts, tight clothing, jeans of any kind, flip flops, slippers, sandals or any body piercing except earrings, tattoos.  No beads, strings or hair ties may be worn as jewelry.

Boys:  Dress should be equal to or better than school uniform.  Should wear golf or dress shirts with pants. Dress shoes with backs.

MAY NOT WEAR: Muscle shirts, tee shirts, jeans of any kind, flip flops, boots or athletic shoes, any body piercings or tattoos.

 

DRESS DOWN DAYS AND SCHOOL SPONSORED EVENTS

Attire can be more relaxed, but must demonstrate modest appearance at all times.  Jeans, shorts, sweatpants, athletic shoes and boots may be worn.

MAY NOT WEAR: Bare midriffs, tank tops, spaghetti straps or strapless tops or dresses, short skirts or shorts, tight clothing, torn clothes, or clothes with visible holes, shirts or tops with inappropriate sayings or any body piercing (except earrings on girls), or tattoos.  No beads, strings or hair ties may be worn as jewelry.