Dress Code

  • The administration recognizes that the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States respects a student’s right to choose his or her style of dress or appearance. However, if a student’s dress or appearance is so unusual, inappropriate, or lacking in cleanliness that it disrupts the learning environment, the student may be required to change the offending dress or appearance. Clothing that attracts undue attention to the body’s form or contour is inappropriate for school. Students are responsible, therefore, for exercising good judgment in dress and grooming.

    The following UCPS guidelines for high school dress code can be found under Board Policy 4-17/4-9-Student Dress and Appearance.