Dress Code

Updated: March 2019

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. Students shall dress modestly, maintain a clean, orderly, and neat appearance, and exercise
good grooming and personal hygiene habits.

The following items are NOT allowed:

Tops:
NO Neon colors
NO Advertisements, pictures, graphic designs, or other logos. (larger than a quarter)
NO Hoods may be worn in the building
NO Tank tops or midriff

Bottoms:
NO Shorts, skirts, or dresses more than 2” above knee.
NO Ill-fitting bottoms (cannot be too tight or too loose)
NO Advertisements, pictures, graphic designs, or other logos. (larger than a quarter)
NO Leggings or jeggings without bottom completely covered by tunic top, shorts, or skirt.

General:
NO Bizarre, extreme, or unusual hairstyles unless approved by administration
NO Open-toed or open-heeled shoes (entire foot must be covered)
NO Wheelie shoes
NO Clothes and accessories that may be disruptive or cause security issues
NO Tears, fraying, holes, or distressed clothing
NO Hair accessories that are distracting or exceed 2” in diameter
NO Exposed undergarments
NO Gauges
NO Chains