Dress Code

We believe in a “come as you are” approach to school dress, as long as the clothing is not promoting the use of drugs and alcohol, gangs, violence, or messages of hate/exclusion. Many school dress codes are antiquated and unfairly punish students for their individuality, race, and even gender. We believe that if students can express themselves with their personal style, then it positively contributes to their self-esteem and to our overall student culture. Read just one of the thousands of articles published on the topic.