Uniforms

For information on how and where to purchase uniforms, please consult the Handbook.

Uniform update for Middle School:  Navy Blue Polo and Khaki pants


General Appearance of Uniforms

  • Faded pants, shorts or shirts will not be allowed.
  • Tucked pant bottoms are prohibited.
  • Shirts are to be properly tucked in at all times.
  • Pants, skirts, shorts and skorts are never to be worn below the waist.
  • Skirts and skorts will fit properly at the waist and finished with a manufactured hem.
  • Belts are not to be too long.
  • Only HCCS jackets and sweaters; solid navy blue sweaters and sweatshirts (grades K-8); solid maroon or black sweaters and sweatshirts (H.S.)  may be worn in the classroom.
  • Jackets, sweaters and sweatshirts are not allowed in mass (sweater vests are allowed on mass day over white shirts).

Grooming

BOYS

Hair must be neatly combed.
No fad style haircuts: mushroom haircuts, shaved heads, spiked or mohawks.
Hair length must not be over the ears or longer than shirt collar.
Hair length must be short, clean, and taped with bangs above eyebrows.
No ponytails or braided hair.
No colored hair.
No facial hair.

GIRLS

Hair must be neatly combed.
No fad style haircuts or highlighted/dyed hair.
No unnatural looking colored or streaked hair: (i.e. blue, red, green, etc.).
No white tip nails, acrylic nails or colored nail polish (clear polish only).
No visible make-up may be worn (with the exception of high school students).
Hair accessories must follow the same school colors: forest green, navy blue, or white.

Accessories

  • No purses or fanny packs in the classrooms or at church.
  • Scarves, bandannas, gloves, fad accessories, are not to be worn.
  • Caps and hats are not to be worn in the buildings at any time.
  • Jewelry: All students are allowed to wear a Christian religious symbol on a small chain and a watch.
  • Girls are allowed to wear only post (stud) earrings. One pair only.
  • Boys are not allowed to wear earrings.

Free Dress Days

The last Friday of every month is Free Dress Day.  On Free Dress Day, students are allowed to be out of uniform and wear an outfit of choice.  Students must wear modest clothes and avoid the following:

  • Halter, spaghetti straps and strapless tops.
  • Low-cut shirts/dresses or partial or bare midriffs.
  • Cut-off tops, see-through clothing.
  • Clothing with slogans, wording or pictures of a questionable nature.
  • Short shorts (shorts must be below the finger tips and above the knees).
  • Tight or baggy clothes.
  • Long belts.
  • Clothing with holes.
  • Muscle shirts or sleeveless shirts.


Picture Day: Formal Free Dress Days

Boys
Slacks, no denim of any color.
Dress shirt only.

Girls
Dresses, skirts/slacks, no denim of any color.
Dress blouses only.
Casual Free Dress Days

 

 

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