SHIRTS – will be collared, polo-style (commonly called golf shirt) long or short sleeve in white or dark red (a deep dark red not orange-red) with a minimum 6” sleeves. Capped sleeves are unacceptable. Polo shirts do not have to be tucked in unless the shirt is excessively long. As a rule of thumb, these shirts may not fall below the pocket opening of a pair of regular slacks.
PANTS, SHORTS, SKIRTS/SKORTS – must be worn with uniform shirts. Pants, shorts, and skirts/skorts must be khaki cotton twill; Khaki (tan/cream) colored and not decorated in any manner.
Pants must have straight legs/slight flair. Bell-bottom, elephant leg, wide leg pants, low-cut/hip huggers, corduroys, jeans (of any type), overalls, overall shorts and jumpers are unacceptable.
Shorts and skirts/skorts must meet St. Tammany Parish School Board length requirements. Shorts for males and females must be fingertip length even if rolled and
must not come more than 5 inches above the knee.
Pull-over outerwear: Outerwear such as jackets and pull-over sweaters can be any color and
must not contain profanities or any verbiage that is politically charged or demonstrates an
Full-zipper Jackets: Jackets may be any color. A uniform polo must be visible underneath.
Hoods of pull-over sweaters: Hoods are never to be worn inside of the school building.
Wearing hoods outside on cold days will be allowed at the discretion of administration.
Students are required to wear a school I.D. around their neck at all times. They must be visible
and not altered in any way. Students will be issued a lanyard, but may wear one of their
choosing if it is appropriate for school. Temporary I.D.s will be sold for $1.00 each morning until
8:55am in the Cafeteria for 7th graders and gym for 8
th graders. Any student that does not have
an I.D. on after 8:55am will receive the following consequences upon arrival to their first hour
● 1st – 3rd infraction, per semester – alternative writing assignment
● 4th and 5th infraction, per semester – after school detention (1 hour)
● 6th infraction or greater, per semester – Friday detention (2 hours)