Dress Code

Bonneville Academy’s dress code was created to assist the school have a fun, dynamic, consistent environment while enjoying the benefits of a uniform including improved behavior, increased security and fewer disciplinary issues. The board of Directors does not want to put an extra burden on families by requiring students to wear specific clothing from a list of preferred providers. We reserve the right to make changes to this dress code policy as needed.

Updated: December 2017

Revision Currently in Process. For more information about the revisions please contact the School Governance Committee Chair, Corrie Norman at [email protected]

Bonneville Academy’s dress code was created to assist the school have a fun, dynamic, consistent environment while enjoying the benefits of a uniform including improved behavior, increased security and fewer disciplinary issues. The board of Directors does not want to put an extra burden on families by requiring students to wear specific clothing from a list of preferred providers. We reserve the right to make changes to this dress code policy as needed.

Tops (boys and girls):

  • Long or short sleeve collared polo, button-up shirts or tee-shirts, no neon colors or large pictures, words, or advertisements. Stipes, patterns (zig-zag, polka dot, etc….) and floral designs are okay.
  • A small manufacturer’s mark is allowed (e.g. a Nike Swoosh).
  • No hoods may be worn in the building.
  • May wear a long-sleeve shirt or turtleneck underneath, but it must be a solid complementing color.
  • Clothes and accessories may not be disruptive or cause security issues

 Bottoms (boys):

  • Pants in solid colors that complement the shirt worn.
  • Athletic type pants may have stripes down the side of the pant leg.
  • Shorts that are no more than 2” above knee.
  • Pants must fit and be worn at the waist.
  • A small manufacturer’s mark is allowed (e.g. a Nike Swoosh), but no advertisements, pictures, graphic designs, or other logos.

Bottoms (girls):

  • Pants in solid colors that complement the shirt worn.
  • Athletic type pants may have stripes down the side of the pant leg.
  • Shorts that are no more than 2” above knee.
  • In addition to pants and shorts, girls may wear dresses, skirts, capris or jumpers.
  • Pants must fit and be worn at the waist.
  • Solid color tights or leggings are only allowed under skirts, dresses or tunic style shirts.
  • A small manufacturer’s mark is allowed (e.g. a Nike Swoosh), but no advertisements, pictures, graphic designs, or other logos.

General:

  • Students shall dress modestly, maintain a clean, orderly, and neat appearance, and exercise good grooming and personal hygiene habits.
  • All clothing items must be in good condition (e.g. clean and pressed; no holes, rips, stains, faded cloth, or frayed edges).
  • Clothes and accessories may not be disruptive or cause security issues. Body piercings will be permitted, as long as they do not cause a distraction to the student or others. Gauges and chains will not be permitted.
  • Hair shall be neatly combed or brushed, and trimmed.
  • Bizarre, extreme, or unusual hairstyles are not permitted. Unnatural coloring may be allowed at the discretion of the administration.
  • The school logo may appear on any top.
  • Closed-toed shoes required; shoes must cover the entire foot.
  • No wheelie shoes, or other distracting shoes.
  • Small (< 2”) hair accessories are allowed in complementary colors, and without extreme embellishments.