UPPER SCHOOL UNIFORM OPTIONS

Middle School and High School Everyday Uniform

  • Short sleeve polo shirt with school logo in burgundy
  • Dress shorts or skirt in charcoal
  • Solid short socks (covering the ankle) in white
  • Dress shoes in black, navy or brown
  • Short or long sleeve polo shirt with school logo in burgundy
  • Dress slacks in charcoal
  • Solid socks (rising three inches above the ankle) in navy, black or charcoal
  • Dress shoes in black, navy or brown

Middle School Dress Uniform

  • Dress shirt (tucked in) in white
  • Dress slacks in charcoal
  • Conservative leather belt in black
  • Solid tie in burgundy
  • Socks (rising three inches above the ankle) in navy, black or gray
  • Dress shoes in black
  • Dress blouse with a collar in white
  • Skirt in charcoal
  • Tie in school plaid
  • Optional pantyhose in skin tones (white, cream, nude, beige, chocolate, black)
  • Dress shoes in black

High School Dress Uniform

  • Dress shirt (tucked in) in white
  • Dress slacks in charcoal
  • Conservative leather belt in black
  • Solid tie in burgundy
  • Blazer in navy
  • Socks (rising three inches above the ankle) in navy, black or gray
  • Dress shoes in black
  • Dress blouse with a collar in white
  • Skirt in charcoal
  • Tie in school plaid
  • Blazer in navy
  • Optional pantyhose in skin tones (white, cream, nude, beige, chocolate, black)
  • Dress shoes in black

Dress Code Guidelines

Footwear

Shoes must have an enclosed toe and heel. Good choices include Oxfords, Mary Janes and simple loafers. Middle school and high school students may also wear dress boots with skirts. Heel height should be less than two inches. Athletic shoes are appropriate only for P.E. class.

Outerwear

Students must have an approved navy bucket hat or ball cap for sun protection during outdoor activities and a navy fleece jacket, cardigan, sweatshirt or hoodie for spring and fall activities held outdoors. 

Sweatshirts, fleece jackets, coats, boots and other outdoor clothing may not be worn inside the classrooms. A navy cardigan may be worn inside the classroom for extra warmth with all uniform options except the high school dress options that require a blazer.

Hair and Headwear

Hair must always be clean and neatly styled. Hair accessories may be worn if they are neutral (gold, silver, brown) or incorporate only the school colors of burgundy, white or navy. School plaid coordinated accessories are allowed.

Hats may not be worn inside the classrooms.

General Guidelines

All students must have a full everyday uniform and a full dress uniform. Dress uniforms should be worn on Mondays and special occasions.

Beginning with the 2020-2021 school year, students will be required to wear a mask. Students may choose the style and color of their mask.

Undergarments must not be visible. If biking shorts are worn under skirts and jumpers (whether for warmth or personal modesty), they are considered an undergarment and must not be visible. Leggings are not allowed. 

Students should bathe or shower daily. Noticeable perfume or cologne should be avoided. Students in middle school and high school may wear natural looking makeup. 

Clothing should be clean and in good repair.

Clothing items may not be mixed and matched between grades or between casual and dressy uniforms.  

Pants should fit properly, resting on the waist or hips. Pant legs must not be rolled or pegged to alter the length of the pant leg. The bottom opening of the pant leg should not be elastic.

Logoed polo shirts, sweater vests, jumpers, skirts, ties, blazers, headgear, fleece jackets, cardigans and PE clothes must be purchased through the school store.

For farm work and outdoor community service, students may wear dark blue jeans that are in good repair with the burgundy polo shirt. Students may wear athletic shoes or work boots that meet all other requirements.


Designated School Spirit Days

Talk Like a Pirate Day: Pirate costumes encouraged
Mountain Man Rendezvous: Jeans, buckskin clothing, leather vests
Christmas Polar Express Party: Pajamas
Wizarding World Week: Cloaks and wizard hats, Harry Potter themed gear
Valentine’s Day: Red, purple, white or pink shirts
100th Day of School: Dress like a grandparent
Mardi Gras: Halloween costumes
Manners Party: Best dress
Holi: White T-shirts that can get stained
St. Patrick’s Day: Green and rainbow clothing and accessories
Dr. Seuss’s Birthday: Read-a-thon Pajamas, Favorite Dr. Seuss character
Mayday: Dresses (preferably white) or white shirts and navy blue shorts
May the 4th: Star Wars characters
Pioneer Trek: Dresses and bonnets, western shirts, jeans and cowboy hats
Renaissance Faire: Renaissance or medieval clothing
Last Week of School: Nahunta Hall Yearbook T-shirts

Additional dress code guidelines may be implemented at the discretion of the administration.

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