Dress Code

We ask students to use good judgment in considering what to wear for school. Student attire is unacceptable if it:

  • makes other students or staff feel uncomfortable
  • is upsetting/offensive to other students or staff
  • is distracting to the learning environment
  • is unsafe

Outdoor clothing needs to be left in lockers during instructional hours. Remember that attire for school needs to be more conservative than what might be acceptable for a visit to a friend’s house or a trip to the beach. In accordance with CBE regulations, decisions as to what constitutes acceptable clothing are made at the discretion of school administration. Students with excessively revealing or otherwise unacceptable attire may be required to change clothing, be kept in the office area or be sent home to change their clothes. 

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