Dress Code

Students at King George dress respectfully for an active school environment, and comfortably for a variety of settings. Students wear clothing that is appropriate in length and coverage, reflects a positive image of the student and school, and contributes to a safe learning environment. Based on our belief in a “dress for work” concept, students select attire and dress mindfully by using good judgement and respecting themselves and others.

  • Our pants, shorts, skirts, and tops do not reveal underclothing.
  • We remove our hats, toques, hoods and caps when we enter the building, which does not apply to head coverings for religious or medical purposes.
  • We wear and change our indoor and outdoor shoes accordingly, and our shoes are appropriate for physical education classes.
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