The “Student Dress Code” for Brazos High Credit Recovery has been established to build student self-esteem, bridge socioeconomic differences between students, and encourage positive behavior, thereby promoting school safety and improving the learning environment.
- All clothing must be properly hemmed/cuffed
- No adornments are allowed on clothing at any time (brads, studs, etc.)
- Students must be in compliance with the “Mode of Dress” at all times
Any article that refers to sex, alcohol, drugs, weapons, violence, gang affiliation, or that offends/insults any group of people is prohibited at all times. Campus administration will have complete and final judgement on all matters concerning interpretation of the student “Mode of Dress.”
- Collared shirts (any color, any style, any pattern)
- Crew neck T-shirts (any color, any style, any pattern)
- Must be unaltered and have sleeves (at least 2 inches and extend around the arm)
- Must reach your waist and NOT DISPLAY any portion of the stomach area. Females should also have their cleavage respectively covered
- No spaghetti strapped shirts or muscle shirts
- Jeans are permitted- if holes are above the knee, guys should have gym shorts underneath and ladies should have on tights underneath. SKIN MUST NOT BE SEEN
- Shorts and skirts must meet the fingertips
- Slacks/pants/shorts must be worn so that underwear is not visible (NO SAGGING!!!)
- Ladies that wear tights, they MUST NOT BE “SEE THROUGH” and your shirt MUST COVER your buttocks. This includes pregnant moms as well.
- NO SLEEPWEAR OR PAJAMA PANTS
- Acceptable styles include- Athletic shoes, flip flops, slides, boots, loafers, dress shoes (no heels), mule style, and sandals (must have a hard sole)
- NO HOUSE SHOES
- Solid-colored, Waco ISD, or college/university hoodies, jackets, or coats may be worn. The hood must remain off at all times when inside the building
- No headwear at any time- hats, do-rags, head scarfs, etc. (headbands acceptable 2 in. width)
If a student violates the dress code policy, a phone call will be made to the parent/guardian informing him/her of the violation (depending on the frequency). Continued violation will result in additional consequences.