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Dress Code

A student's dress is expected to be comfortable yet not be distracting, unreasonable, immodest or unkempt. Any student whose dress or conduct is disruptive to the educational process or could constitute a threat to the safety, health or welfare of self or others, will be handled on an individual basis.

The following examples serve as a guideline:

  1. Attire, jewelry, pins, or any other type of wearing apparel or accessories that advertise, promote or depict alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, weapons, drugs, obscenity, violence or profanity are prohibited.

  2. Beach wear and extremely brief attire are inappropriate. Pants must not fall below hips and shorts and skirts must be longer than fingertips when standing. Tank tops and camis may be worn if the straps are at least three inches wide. Undergarments and private body areas must not be evident or visible.