Dress Code

Updated for 2021-2022 School Year

TOPS

  What you can wear Do NOT wear
Colors

red, navy blue (no light or royal blues), or white solid colors

NET Spirit Wear

patterns (stripes, polka dots, prints), logos, emblems, tops with glitter, lace, sequins, or other adornments 
Styles

Spirit Wear 

Shirts with collars  

short or long-sleeved polo shirts 

short or long-sleeved button up shirts 

sweatshirts, sweaters, cardigans, jackets* (must be worn over a uniform shirt) 

crew neck t-shirts 

spaghetti straps, tank tops, strapless, or sleeveless tops  

turtleneck or mock turtleneck tops 

ripped tops 

*Sweaters/Sweatshirts/Jackets: If worn inside, must be solid red, navy blue, white or Spirit Wear. 

BOTTOMS

  What you can wear Do NOT wear
Colors Solid navy blue, tan, or khaki          patterns (stripes, polka dots, prints), logos, emblems, glitter, lace, sequins or other adornments 
Styles

pants: slacks, capri, corduroy, cargo, leggings

skirts, shorts, skorts 

jumpers (must be worn with a uniform top) 

dresses: short or long-sleeved 

denim (jeans)

sweatpants

anything shorter than fingertip length 

unhemmed items  

ripped or torn bottoms

Shoes: No open-toed shoes. No heel above 1 inch. 

Socks/Tights: Solid navy or white; no patterns. Must be worn at all times. 

Hats: May be worn outside. No head coverings indoors (except for religious dress). No bandanas may be worn.  

Makeup: No makeup. Nail polish is okay. 

Every Friday is free dress day! Students do not have to wear uniforms on Fridays. School appropriate clothing only. No tank tops, undershirts, ripped clothing, sweatpants, or leggings as pants. No inappropriate language or images. Bottoms must be fingertip length. 

Consequences for Non-Compliance 

  • 1st timeVerbal warning 
  • 2nd timeContact parents 
  • 3rd timeStudent sent to office to change clothes