HES Dress Code

  • Pants must be worn at the waist and should not have holes or shredded fabric. 
  • School colors are purple and gray, but all colors are appropriate for school wear. 
  • Shirts must completely cover the abdomen, chest, back and shoulders. Shoulder straps should be the width of the palm of the hand. No tank tops or spaghetti straps.
  • Head apparel, except for religious purposes, will not be worn inside the building.
  • Skirts, dresses and shorts must reach mid-thigh or finger tip length. 
  • Large chains and medallion jewelry are not appropriate for wearing during the school day.
  • "Wheels" on shoes are a danger to self and others. They are to be removed during the school day.
  • Shoes must cover the toes and protect the backs of the feet. Boots are allowed only on snow days and students must have a pair of sneakers to change into when they arrive. 
  • Clothing, accessories, notebooks, backpacks, etc. will not display racial or ethnic slurs or symbols, gang affiliations, vulgar or sexually suggestive language nor language or images which promote drug usage.

We know that parents are the best judge of what is school appropriate for their child. Students who come to school in violation of the dress code may be required to call home for other apparel. 

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