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Dress Code

Summit View students must dress appropriately for school. Appropriate dress is defined as clothes that fit the student and contribute to a neat and well-groomed appearance while meeting the following guidelines:

 

Pants/shorts/skirts/skorts:

  • Colors are solid khaki, white, black, blue (at the Valley campus)/gray (at the Westside campus)
  • Must be worn at waist level
  • Skirts and shorts must be no shorter than 3” above the knee.
  • No jeans of any color, sweatpants or athletic shorts
  • “jeggings”, leggings, or skin-tight pants with or without pockets of any kind are NOT acceptable.  

Dresses

  • Must be solid in color: white, khaki, or blue (Valley)/gray (Westside)
  • Must be no shorter than 3” above the knee

 

Shirts

  • Colors are white and blue (Valley)/gray (Westside)
  • Must be solid collared button down or collared polo type
  • OR

  • Any Summit View issued spirit shirt
  • No stripes, or patterns, or large logos, etc.
  • No plunging necklines

 

Jackets/Sweatshirts/Sweaters

  • Solid Colors are white or blue (Valley)/gray (Westside)
  • Any Summit View issued team/spirit sweatshirt or jacket
  • No stripes, or patterns, large logos, etc
  • No jean jackets
  • Outerwear MUST be removed indoors

 

Additional guidelines:

  • PE uniforms are to be worn during PE class ONLY
  • No gloves, sunglasses, caps, or hoods are permitted indoors on campus
  • Valuable jewelry and clothing should not be worn to school
  • All visible piercings are limited to ears
  • No flip flops or bedroom slippers
  • Head coverings are not permitted except in the case of religious observance
  • Milken T-shirts are not approved by dress code
  • Outerwear must be removed indoors unless it is approved dress code per stated above.

 

Students who are not in appropriate dress code attire will be given a shirt and/or pants for the school day. Continued non-compliance with the dress code will result in disciplinary action.

 

At Summit View we recognize that our dress code policy helps students develop a sense of belonging and pride in their school, which contribute to a positive learning and social environment for our students.


 
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