Events

No upcoming events.

  • Good personal hygiene is to be observed at all times. Proper undergarments and shoes are mandatory. (House slippers are not suitable.)
  • Head apparel will not be worn inside the building.
  • Nose, lip, or other body piercings other than earrings will not be allowed. No excessive ear piercing. No exaggerated accessories to include but not limited to the follow: large loop earrings amd large, long, and heavy chains. No decorative dental appliances (whether permanent or temporary) or decorative contact lenses will be allowed.
  • Sunglasses and colored shades will not be worn inside buildings.
  • No see-through, backless, or strapless shirts; no spaghetti strap or muscle shirts; and no midriff, tube tops or tank tops will be allowed. Tops made from spandex, mesh, or fishnet will not be allowed. No sport bras or any undergarments should be visible at any time.
  • Tight-fitting garments such as bike shorts, exercise pants, or stretch pants should not be worn. Sleeping pants are considered unsuitable. Pants with inappropriate holes in them will not be allowed. No underwear should be visible at any time.
  • NO SAGGING PANTS. All shirts must be within six (6) inches of the hip line (waistline) and belts must be worn.
  • All shorts, skirts, skorts, or dresses must come to or extend below the tips of the fingers.
  • Beachwear and/or recreational (exercise) clothing are inappropriate school dress.
  • Clothing must not contain any writing, drawing, labels, or decals which could be offensive to others. No clothing will be allowed that displays antisocial, immoral, or illegal behavior nor should clothing promote products which students may not legally buy, such as alcohol, tobacco, or illegal drugs.
  • All oversized jackets or coats made for outdoor wear such as starter jackets, overcoats, etc. must be placed in the locker first thing in the morning. With the instructor’s permission, light weight jackets and sweater will be allowed in class.
  • In addition to articles previously mentioned; accessories, backpacks (must be clear or mesh and left in the locker upon arrival), notebooks, patches, or haircuts must not display or promote racial/ethnic slurs/symbols; gangs, satanic, or occult affiliations; violence or mutilation, vulgar, subversive or sexually suggestive language; or products such as alcohol, tobacco, and illegal drugs.
  • Any student’s appearance that causes a disruption to the school climate will not be allowed in school.
  • Hair should be kept in an appropriate manner conducive to the education environment. No spiked, dyed, or shaven head patterns will be allowed.
  • The principal has the authority to add or delete any of the above regulations as emergency problems or concerns arise. Final decision of appropriate dress is determined by the principal.