Standardized dress code
Many of our elementary and middle schools have a standardized dress policy. This policy requires students to wear certain types of clothing but not specific brands of clothing.
There are some general requirements common from school to school but each one will provide information about its specific requirements. Color requirements are the same for all schools.
Each school has the option to choose days when alternative clothing may be worn. For example: School Spirit Day, College Day, Career Day, Free-Dress Day, etc.
Questions about a specific standardized dress item should be directed to your school.
- Red, navy or white polo-style shirts with no logos (short or long sleeve)
- Red, navy or white sweaters or sweatshirts
Pants and shorts
- Navy or khaki slacks or shorts
- Cargo-style slacks or shorts are not allowed
- Shorts must be modest length (approximately two inches above the knee or longer)
Girls may also choose:
- Navy or khaki skirts, skorts, capris or jumpers
- Skirts, skorts and jumpers must be of modest length (approximately two inches above the knee or longer)
Which schools have standardized dress?
Students attending these schools are expected to comply with the dress code and should arrive at school dressed appropriately. If students do not abide by the dress code, the student may be subject to disciplinary consequences.