Dress Code

Dress and Grooming

One of the purposes of school is to prepare students for life. We recognize that society sets basic expectations that go beyond specific skills. These basic expectations would include how one dresses and behaves. As a place of learning, Mount Royal expects students to dress and behave in a respectful manner. The following restrictions apply:
  • Revealing clothes such as short skirts and shorts, halter tops, tank tops, tube tops, midriff shirts, muscle shirts, ripped and torn jeans, and clothing that reveals undergarments
  • Clothing with offensive or inappropriate words, slogans, or pictures including those that involve drugs, alcohol, and cigarettes
  • Jewelry that poses safety concerns such as long wallet chains. This type of clothing is not appropriate and students will be asked to change or be sent home to change if they do not have other clothing.
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