For the details on the uniform guidelines click on the following link: Uniform Guidelines for 2019-2020
Students are allowed to wear a watch, one appropriate ring, and a medical ID bracelet. Loop or hoop-type earrings are not allowed. Girls may wear one stud earring in each ear. These are post type earrings that do not hang below the ear lobe. Boys are not allowed to wear earrings.
Make-up of any kind is not allowed at school. Students are not to wear nail polish, false fingernails or lip gloss (clear chapstick only).
Hair should be
neatly styled. Hair is to be its natural color; it may not be lightened, dyed
or streaked with color. Boys' hair is to be to the neck line, no longer then
mid-ear and not over the eyebrow and it should not be spiked. Girls' hair is to
be neat and not over the eyebrows.
Non-Uniform Dress Days
View the following brief video which explains the updated "free dress" or non-uniform dress day policy.
Non-uniform Dress is a privilege granted by the principal to students who are in good standing. Dress is to be appropriate for school.
Appropriate attire means the following:
Boys - Dress
slacks, shorts, or jeans and shirts designed for sportswear. Writing or designs on shirts must be in good
taste. Faded or torn jeans are not
permitted; baggy, skinny or tight clothing of any kind is not allowed; neither
are tank tops, open toe shoes or pajama pants.
Girls - Dress;
skirt and blouse or sweater; dress slacks, shorts, jeans and dress top,
sweater, or jumpsuit. Writing or designs
on shirts must be in good taste. Leggings
by themselves may not be worn as pants. Faded or torn jeans, baggy, skinny or
tight clothing of any kind is not allowed; pajama pants, miniskirts,
short-shorts, open toe/platform shoes, tank tops, tube tops, halter tops, low
cut/revealing tops or bare midriffs are not permitted.