• Uniform Requirements

    Tops: (Boys and Girls)

    • Red Polo
    • School T-Shirts (on Fridays and other designated days which will be announced)


    Bottoms: (Boys and Girls)

    • Navy blue pants and shorts

    Shorts may not be more than 2" above the knee.

    Pants are to remain pulled up at ALL times - NO SAGGING allowed!


    Girls Only

    • Navy blue jumpers, skirts, or skorts
    • Solid white or navy tights with feet may be worn.


    Undershirts/Socks/Shoes/Belts (Boys and Girls)

    • Undershirts: Plain white undershirts (no writing, logos or pictures)

    Long sleeves (in cold weather) and short sleeve undershirts are allowed

    • Socks: Solid white or navy, (crew or ankle)
    • Shoes: Any type of tennis shoes are permissible

    NO heels, NO open toe or open heeled shoes, NO sequins/glitter shoes, NO Crocs, NO Boots, NO steel toe shoes, NO light up shoes, NO shoes that roll

    • Belts: Solid black or brown plain belt (standard buckle)

    *No rivets, No studs, No holes, No pictures, No writing on belt



    • Solid navy, red, solid white, or ANY MATCHINGS of red, white, and/or navy.
    • The outerwear may button, zip, or be a cardigan sweater, or pullover.


    • Any outerwear items sold by the school or PTO are acceptable.
    • During extremely cold weather, a heavier coat may be worn to school that is not navy, red, or white. Once in the building it must be placed on a hook or back of the desk immediately and should remain there until dismissal. NO non-uniform jackets, sweaters or sweatshirts are allowed inside the building.



    • Stud earrings may be worn.

    Hoops or dangle earrings are not allowed.

    • Hair color and/or highlights must be natural hair colors (NO pink, blue, bright red, purple, green, etc.).
    • Hair accessories (bows, headbands, clacker balls, barrettes): Navy blue, red, or white or a combination of red, white, and blue.


    The following are NOT allowed:

    • Beads (necklaces), bangles, or excessive jewelry
    • Facial piercings
    • Bandanas, du-rags or hats
    • Long fingernails that would hinder a student from completing school work


    Non-conformity to the uniform policy generally results in parents/guardians being contacted and may be asked to furnish appropriate clothing.


    If there is an issue with a student not having the appropriate uniform items, please ask the school counselor for help.