Dress Code

Discovering Choices School is a professional learning environment. What does that mean? It means that your wardrobe choices show that you respect your school, the staff, and others in your learning environment. To ensure that your outfit is appropriate for school please do not wear:

  • Revealing clothes such as short shorts, halter tops, tank tops, tube tops, muscle shirts, exposed undergarments;
  • Clothing (including hats) that reference alcohol, drugs or gangs;
  • Jewelry that poses safety concerns (wallet chains, spiked jewelry);

You may be asked to cover inappropriate clothing or you may be sent home to change if you arrive at school with inappropriate attire. Wearing appropriate clothing is not only necessary in school, but also as you transition into the workplace.

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