Dress Code

  • The elementary dress code is very similar to Jr. High and High School. We feel it is best to keep the rules as similar as possible for both buildings. 

    All students are required to dress in a manner which reflects modesty and common sense.


    • Hair should be neat, clean, well-groomed, and no longer than the collar of a dress shirt.  It should be cut above the ears and out of the eyes.
    • No earrings are allowed.
    • Shorts may be worn, but should be an aceptable length.  Parents will be notified if shorts are too short.
    • Pants must be worn in an acceptable manner with no boxers showing.
    • No hats may be worn during school hours.
    • No body piercings.


    • Wearing apparel should reflect modesty and traditional taste.
    • No spaghetti strap shirts.  Straps should be no smaller than 1 1/2 inches across the shoulders.  NO EXCEPTIONS!
    • Crop tops, shirts with holes in the back, halters, low-cut blouses, and strapless dresses and shirts are not allowed.
    • Midriffs are not allowed.
    • Dresses and skirts should not be shorter than three (3) inches above the knee.
    • Shorts should be an ACCEPTABLE length.
    • Absolutely no gym shorts (this includes "soffee" shorts with writing on the backside).
      • Anything seen by the administration that appears to be unacceptable will be discussed and the parents called if necessary.
    • No hats may be worn during school hours.
    • Earrings will be allowed in earlobes only.  No other body piercings will be allowed.
    • Tops worn with leggings/tights must cover the posterior in its entirety and no shorter than fingertip level.

    Boys and Girls

    • T-shirts with suggestive or provocative themes (some concert t-shirts, etc.) or with alcoholic or tobacco inscriptions are not allowed.
    • Jeans and shirts with inappropriate holes in them are not allowed.
    • No athletic pants of any kind unless the team is wearning them on game day.

    Parents will be notified if a student comes to school inappropriately dressed.  The parent will have to make arrangements to bring the child more clothes at that time.

    The dress code applies to all school functions! Repeat violations of the dress code by one or more individuals can result in immediate termination of the dress code privileges outlined in this handbook.