Out of Uniform Dress Code



1. Apparel shall be adequate in both length and coverage to be considered appropriate for school.

 2. Pants shall be worn fastened and at the waist with no undergarments showing.

3. Pants with holes, tears, etc. may not be worn.

4. Shirts or blouses shall be appropriately fastened in accord with the design of that shirt or blouse. The length shall extend beyond the waist level.

5. Clothing that exposes underwear or body parts in an indecent or vulgar manner is prohibited.

6. Transparent or see-through tops, bare midriff, strapless, spaghetti straps, low-cut clothing, or tops and outfits that provide minimum coverage or are of a suggestive nature are prohibited; halters, backless dresses or tops, tube tops, tank tops, muscle shirts, or any clothing which may be distracting are prohibited.

7. Any articles of clothing or jewelry that could likely cause injury–such as chains, bracelets, rings, chokers with or without spikes, or studs–are prohibited. Wallet chains of any length are prohibited.

 8. Shoes shall be worn at all times. Slides, slippers, sandals are prohibited. 

9. Apparel, emblems, insignias, badges, or symbols that promote the use of alcohol, drugs, tobacco, or any other illegal activity are prohibited.

10. Apparel or symbols which may be gang-related may not be displayed on a student’s person or in the student’s possession.

11. Gang-related tattoos, or other tattoos that may cause a substantial disruption to the educational environment as determined by the principal, are prohibited.

12. Adornments that, in the principal’s judgment could cause injury, be a safety risk or cause a disruption to the school environment may not be worn. Examples of prohibited adornments include, but are not limited to, hoops or rings attached to the nose, eyebrow, cheeks or lips.

13. The wearing on campus of hats, caps, headgear (including hoodies) or sunglasses except in conjunction with designated school-approved uniforms or at authorized athletic practices or activities is prohibited. There may be certain exceptions for medical conditions and physical education classes held outside. The principal will determine these exceptions.

14. Any method of public display (including clothing, nail polish, and other items that may be worn or carried) of an organization affiliated with controversial, obscene, or illegal activities on a person, may not be worn, if in the principal’s judgement, they may cause a substantial disruption to the school environment.

15. Hair coloring or style that may cause a substantial disruption to the educational environment, as determined by the principal, is prohibited.

 16.  Jerseys are not allowed. 

The above guidelines establish the acceptable standards for student dress during spirit week; however, the principal or designee has the authority to address any clothing concern that he/she feels is inappropriate, offensive, or distracting to the learning environment.

***Students out of dress code will be asked to change, or will remain in the Harbor for the day. 



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