• Non-Uniform Days

    Periodic non-uniform days will be allowed during the school year. Students may receive free dress passes for their birthdays or for a special reward. Students may be out of uniform (in free dress) on these days, but should be dressed appropriately for school. Non-uniform attire should conform to standards of good taste, and be appropriate for a school environment. The following must be adhered to:

    • Non-uniform clothes should cover the body as much as the school uniform covers the body.
    • Makeup is unacceptable and only clear nail polish is allowed.
    • Jewelry must be discreet and in accordance with the school uniform criteria outlined above.
    • Shirts should be in good taste.
    • Clothing that advertises, promotes or glamorizes drugs, alcohol, tobacco products, weapons, or displays foul or sexually suggestive language or symbols are not permitted.
    • No tank tops, or sleeveless team jerseys may be worn.
    • No cropped tops or cropped sweatshirts.
    • Undergarments must not be visible at any time, including field trips. No bathing suit “bra tops” worn on top of other clothing.
    • Students may not wear clothing that is representative or perceived to be of gang affiliation.
    • Proper fitting jeans and shorts may be worn, no tears, rips or ragged hems.
    • “Yoga pants” or other similar stretch/spandex pants may be worn if shirts completely cover the student’s backside.
    • For safety reasons, flip-flops, slippers, sandals, platform shoes, and high-heeled shoes or boots (higher than 1 1⁄2”) may not be worn.
    • Slip on van type shoes are acceptable for non-uniform days ONLY.