Secondary Dress Code

Students are expected to be in dress code upon arrival at school and stay in dress code throughout the day.  Administrators & Teachers reserve the right to determine the appropriateness of dress in cases not covered by the dress code.  All clothing should be clean, neat and free of holes or stains with no cut or torn necklines, hemlines, sleeves, sides, etc.  Students deemed out of dress code will be asked to contact a parent/guardian for appropriate attire and wait in ISS until they are dressed accordingly.

I. Tops:

  • Solid Color Polo Shirts
  • Solid Color Dress Shirts with a collar (can be a button down)
  • Solid pullover sweaters that are red (not burgundy), white, navy blue, khaki, or black.
  • PCCS approved “school wear” may be worn in lieu of a polo shirt/dress shirt. This includes the PCCS pullover sweatshirts and t-shirts.  No other pullover sweatshirts are allowed.
  • White undershirts can be worn under a polo or dress shirt.
  • No logo bigger than a quarter, no piping, no printing, no stripes
  • Shirts do not have to be tucked in but must cover the student’s mid-section at all times.
  • Untucked shirts may not be longer than front pocket line (hip length).
  • Knit shirts/t-shirts without a collar can NOT be worn unless they are approved spirit wear.
  • Items that are not from school-approved vendors or homemade items are not considered dress code.

II.  Coats/Jackets/Cardigan Sweaters:

  • A jacket has a zipper and may have a hood.
  • Students may wear a coat or jacket of their choosing to and from school.
  • In the building, jackets and cardigan sweaters must be the following approved solid colors: red (not burgundy), white, navy blue, khaki, or black.
  • No logo bigger than a quarter, no piping, no printing, no stripes
  • Students may wear cardigans that are red (not burgundy), white, navy blue, khaki, or black.
  • Pullover sweatshirts are not permitted and are not considered a jacket.

III.  Bottoms:

Approved colors are:  Solid Khaki, Navy, or Black

Pants should be worn at waist level at all times and should not drag on the floor.  Belts must be worn with all pants having belt loops, no designer belt buckles allowed.

Students may wear shorts in approved colors only if they fall all the way to the knee – this will mean bermudas, capris or cargo shorts only.

Girls may wear skirts only if they fall to mid-knee (or below) and only in approved colors.  No dresses.  Pants, Skirts or Shorts may not be tight, form fitted or contain stretch material like spandex.  No denim, No jeans, No jeggings, No leggings, No “skinny” pants, No sweatpants, No yoga pants, No gym shorts.

IV.  Shoes/Socks/Tights:

Shoes must have enclosed toes – no sandals, no flip flops.   Socks and Tights must be solid colors – no patterns or stripes.  Small logos on socks are acceptable.

V.  Hair:

All students are to have well groomed, clean hair in traditional styles.

No unnatural hair colors or accessories will be allowed.

Hair should be out of eyes at all times.

Boys should wear their hair off the collar and above their earlobes.

Facial hair must be neatly groomed.

VI.  Jewelry:

One necklace, one bracelet, one watch and two rings will be allowed for both male and female students.  Males may have one pair of earrings, females two.

No other visible body or facial piercings or visible tattoos will be allowed.

VII.  Other:

No hats, head coverings or hoods will be allowed during school hours unless required for a specific approved reason.



Dress code is one of the standards that sets PCCS apart from other public schools.  Students are expected to be responsible enough to observe dress code.  Parents are expected to encourage their students to follow dress code.  Staff should not be expected to take up instructional time to address violations.

Failure to follow this policy will result in disciplinary action.