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Dress Code

Districtwide standards on student attire are intended to help students concentrate on schoolwork, reduce discipline problems and improve school order and safety.

Students are expected to dress appropriately. If a student’s dress or appearance is determined to be disruptive, offensive, inappropriate, unsafe, vulgar or unhealthy, promoting discrimination, or promoting gang affiliation or activity, the student will be asked to correct the questionable dress and may be assigned disciplinary consequences.

Inability to remedy the situation may result in parent contact and the student being sent home. Refusal to comply with such a request may result in suspension for insubordination.

Dress Code

Specific Guidelines

  • Hats may be worn inside hallways and common areas, so long as they meet the expectations outlined above. The ability to wear them in instructional and non-common areas is left to the discretion of individual teachers and staff and may vary, depending on circumstances. Students are expected to abide by norms and requests set forth by staff at all times.
  • Hoods are not allowed at any time inside BCHS during school hours (6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. or otherwise instructed). 
  • Blankets and ponchos are not to be worn in the building or on campus for safety reasons.
  • Bandanas may not be worn or displayed. 
  • Any manner of grooming or apparel, including clothing, jewelry, hats, emblems and badges which, by the virtue of color, arrangement, trademark or other attribute is associated with or denotes membership in or affiliation with any gang, or which advocates drug or alcohol use (including "Cookies" brand items), violence or disruptive behavior will not be allowed in school buildings or on school grounds, at school-sanctioned activities and events, or while being transported in school approved vehicles. 
  • Students must wear shoes. 
  • Chains, spikes or pointed studs are not permitted. 
  • Undergarments should not be showing. 
  • Students may not wear clothing that reveals chest cleavage, mid-drifts or buttocks. 
  • All shirts and tops must have straps and not have cutouts. 
  • Shorts and skirts must be an appropriate length and remain at that length throughout the day. 
  • Decisions regarding the appropriateness of student dress will be at administrator discretion, including color restrictions if necessary.

Responsibility for student dress and appearance generally rests with individual students and their families. Students may wish to express themselves by the manner of their dress and appearance; however, students shall not wear clothing or affect an appearance at school or school-sanctioned activities or events that is disruptive to the educational environment. Jeffco Public Schools standards on student attire are intended to help students focus on schoolwork, reduce discipline problems, and improve school order and safety.

Disciplinary action for violating the student dress code shall include notifying the student of the violation and requiring that the dress or appearance be corrected before the student reenters the classroom, school environment, or school-sanctioned activity or event. At the discretion of the building-level administrator, a family conference may be held. More serious consequences may result from repeated or serious violations.