The following types of clothes are inappropriate for both male and female students:
1. Shorts or other clothing that draw undue attention to an individual, such as tight clothing, too short skirts or shorts, and sagging pants. As a general rule, shorts and skirts should be close to the top of the knee, and pants should be worn above the hips. Pants worn below the hips that expose undergarments are prohibited.
2. Spandex leggings and yoga pants are only permitted if the student is wearing a top that covers the student's bottom.
3. Types of clothes that bare the midriff, shoulders, chest, including halter-tops, spaghetti straps, or one-shoulder tops. In addition, any garment that has holes that bare areas of the body that the administration deems inappropriate are prohibited.
4. Hats or head decorations (i.e. face paint, handkerchiefs, or bandanas) may not be worn in the buildings.
7. Chains or any other item deemed potentially dangerous
8. Clothes that advertise drugs, alcohol, or that have obscene language, inflammatory language, images or suggestive messages, or jerseys of the mesh/net type with no undershirt.
9. Student dress code can be amended without prior notice by the administration. Students in violation of the dress code will be expected to correct the situation in one of the following ways:
- Turn the garment inside out.
- Put another garment on top of the offending clothing.
- Call home for a change of clothing.
- Wear one of our t-shirts if the top is out of dress code.
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