2013-2014 BHS Dress Code
The staff and administration at BHS believe that students’ standards of dress affect the overall learning environment of the school. The school has the right to and will require reasonable conformity to a dress code that supports good standards of health, safety and modesty.
a. Shirts: Students are not permitted to wear Halter Tops, Tank Tops, Tube Tops and any other shirt leaving cleavage or midriff exposed. All shirts must have sleeves. Shirts cannot expose underwear.
b. Pants: Students are not permitted to have ripped,torn, shredded and/or damaged pants. Students are not permitted to wear pajama bottoms, yoga pants, running tights, leggings, jeggings or pants that expose underwear.
c. Dresses/Skirts/Shorts: Dresses, skirts, and shorts must be kneelength. Tights may only be worn under dresses, skirts or shorts that are knee length.
d. Shoes: Standard footwear must be worn. Slippers are not permitted.
e. Coats: All coats are to remain in the locker.
f. Hats: Students are not permitted to wear any form of hat, bandana, or head wrap covering all of their hair. All hats must remain in lockers.
g. Hair: Students are not permitted to have unnatural hair color. For purposes of this handbook, any color that is not brown, black, blonde or natural red will be considered in violation of the hair color policy.
h. Sunglasses: Students are not permitted to wear sunglasses in the building.
i. Jewelry: including jewelry worn in piercings must be non-distracting from the school environment and may not pose any danger to the student or to others in any school activities/environments. Small hoops or studs should be worn in piercings; spikes are not allowed. Chains and spikes are not permitted. These will be confiscated by the Administration.
j. Clothing decorated with offensive, obscene language or gestures or promoting drugs,alcohol, tobacco, sex, violence or self-destructive behaviors or other inappropriate logos (as determined by the administration) are not permitted.
Disclaimer: Any new “fads” in clothing, or anything not specifically coveredin the above guidelines, determined to be inappropriate dress, shall be dealt with at the discretion of the principal or designee.