To prepare all students for tomorrow's challenges and opportunities


  • Rings
  • Earrings
  • Watches
  • Necklaces
  • Wrist Bracelets
  • Ankle Bracelets
  • Neat, clean, and safe apparel
  • Ties
  • Head bands  
  • Scarves that are worn as an accessory item

Not Permitted

  • Eyebrow rings/studs
  • Tongue rings/studs
  • Nose rings/studs
  • Lip rings/studs
  • Barbells
  • Beads
  • Beaded necklace (not dictated by Religious beliefs)
  • Dog collars
  • Heavy chains displayed on outer garments with or without medallions
  • Spiked jewelry
  • Temporary dental caps worn for ornamental reasons
  • The connection between 2 body parts by piercing, attachment or otherwise, by means of a chain, string, or other physical means
  • Band-Aid/Bandages used to cover-up body piercing
  • Other inappropriate jewelry or adornments as determined by the administration
  • Wallet chains
  • Clothing, hats, hair ornaments or implements, or any other material to indicate gang affiliation
  • Head gear – including caps, hats, scarves, bandanas, hair nets, or do-rags 
  • Outerwear and head coverings (not dictated by Religious beliefs) worn after entering the building. Once entered items must be placed in the student’s locker for the remainder of the day. 
  • Sunglasses, non-prescribed glasses, and unnaturally colored contacts


The administration and/or teaching staff may require that students remove any jewelry or adornments if the manner in which they are worn or displayed are not appropriate and pose a danger to the safety or welfare of the student, other students, or staff and may pose a threat of interruption of the educational process.