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DRESS CODE-REVISED

HOME ED DRESS CODE

Respect of self and one another guides how we choose to interact as a group.
We want our times together to focus on fun, learning, and healthy relationships.
Modesty allows us to focus on the "whole person" and each person's value.

Parents are responsible for sending their children with correct dress and grooming. Determination of dress code violations will be the responsibility of Home Ed chaperones. The dress code guidelines also apply to guests of Home Ed Members.

 

FORMAL EVENT - PROM

Girls

A formal dress must be worn and meet the following guidelines:

  • The dress must not be tight fitting

  • No plunging necklines.  No cleavage.

  • No back cut lower than the WAIST. The dress may not dip down lower than the waist (not hips).

  • Length must be within 2 1/2 inches (dollar bill's width) of middle of knee. Sheer material does not count toward length.

  • Slits must not exceed 2 1/2 inches above the knee

  • No cutouts on sides or front. No bare sides.

 

Boys

  • A tuxedo is suggested; however, a suit and tie may be worn.

  • Dress shoes or shoes matching formal attire (i.e., colored Converse) must be worn.

  • If you are bringing a date, it is your responsibility to provide Home Ed's dress code to her and confirm that she agrees to comply.

 

 

SEMI-FORMAL EVENT

CHOCOLATE BALL AND Other events

Girls

A dress must be worn and meet the following guidelines:

  • The dress must not be tight fitting.

  • Neckline must completely cover cleavage. No cleavage.

  • No back cut lower than the WAIST. The dress may not dip down in the back lower than the waist (not hips).    

  • Length must be within 2 1/2 inches (dollar bill's width) of the middle of the knee. Sheer material does not count toward length.

  • Slits must not exceed 2 1/2 inches above the knee.

  • No cutouts on sides or front. No bare sides.
     

Boys

  • A suit is suggested; however, dress pants (no jeans) and shirt with tie are required. Jacket is optional.

  • Dress shoes or shoes matching attire (i.e., colored Converse) must be worn.

 

GRADUATING SENIORS

Girls

Dress or pants and shirt must meet the following guidelines:

  • The dress or pants must not be tight fitting.

  • Neckline  of the dress or shirt must completely cover cleavage. No cleavage.

  • No back cut lower than the WAIST. The dress may not dip down in the back lower than the waist (not hips).    

  • Length must be within 2 1/2 inches (dollar bill's width) of the middle of the knee. Sheer material does not count toward length.

  • Slits must not exceed 2 1/2 inches above the knee.

  • No cutouts on sides or front. No bare sides.
     

Boys

  • Dress pants, or Khakis (no jeans) and a collared shirt are required. Jacket is optional.

  • Dress shoes must be worn (No tennis shoes)

 

 

Informal Events with Swimsuit Attire:

GIRLS

One piece swimsuit or tankini that meets in the middle with no midriff showing.
If you do not own one of these styles of suits, a dark-colored t-shirt
can be worn over the suit.

 

GUYS

Swim trunks or board shorts

Thank you in advance for following these simple guidelines.

At any Home Ed event, chaperones may ask the student to call their parents
for a change of clothes, to put on a t-shirt, or ask the student to leave
the event if they are dressed immodestly.