NHS Dress Code

NHS Dress Code
  1. All shirts, tops, and dresses must have sleeves. No tank tops are allowed. No low-cut clothing exposing décolletage (cleavage) or back.
  2. No midriff showing when standing, sitting, arms extended above the head, etc.
  3. No undergarments visible at any time.
  4. No “see-through” or “fishnet” types of clothing may be worn without an appropriate undershirt.
  5. Length of shorts, skirts, and dresses must reach below the end of the fingers when the student’s arms are fully extended at the student’s side or 5” from the inseam.
  6. Torn and ragged jeans are allowed if the torn or ragged portion is below the appropriate length of shorts as stated above.
  7. No item, clothing, or otherwise, may be worn which promotes or discusses the use of drugs, alcohol, tobacco, or anything sexual in nature.
  8. No clothing or anything may be worn which relates to gangs.
  9. No clothing shall be worn that can be used as a weapon (e.g., spike, studs, or chains).
  10. Shoes must be worn at all times on the school campus.
  11. Hats or hoods may not be worn in the classroom.
  12. Any clothing or other items that are unhealthy, disruptive, interfere with the educational process, or are inappropriate to a school setting are prohibited.

      Students dressed inappropriately will be offered clothing by the office, if available, or must call home. Repeated violations will result in disciplinary actions.

      Picture day: General dress code requirements apply at all times.