- Parents are expected to help enforce the regulations concerning the dress code.
- All students should be in full uniform each day.
- A student must present a written note if, for some reasons, he/she cannot wear his/her uniform.
- School provides students with required uniforms. Extra uniform should be purchased from school
- When students are not in school uniform, appropriate dress is required: flip-flops or sandals, tank tops or muscle shirts, midriff or low cut tops and short skirts are not permitted. Parents will be called to bring in their child's school uniform if a student is inappropriately dressed. The student will not be allowed to attend classes.
- Make-up, nail polish, and dangling earrings are NOT permitted.
- Boys' haircuts should not exceed collar length.
- All uniforms, blouses, and shirts should be clean at all times. T-shirts with inappropriate sayings, tank tops, off the shoulder shirts or sweatshirts, torn jeans, overalls or painter pants, tight or short shorts and spandex are not to be worn to school or to school functions.
- In order to minimize loss, all items should be clearly marked with the student's name.
- It is expected that the following attire will be worn at school and at all school -related events. Failure to comply will result in the student being dismissed from class or the school event until suitable attire is obtained.
- Polo shirts (button type, knit, with collar and sleeves) in solid colors as chosen by the school administration. Shirts must be loose fitting, and of appropriate size for the student to prevent the midriff from showing. If a student is cold, he/she may wear the jacket decided by the school, other clothing over the polo shirt is not permitted.
- Safari-type or walking shorts (not skin-hugging), long pants, skirts or split skirts other than the school uniform is not permitted. Jeans are not permitted either. Leggings, “bicycle-type” shorts or mini-skirts are not permitted as normal school attire.