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MCMS/MCHS 2022-2023 Dress Code



1. Button up, polo style, tshirt, or blouse.

2. May be solid, striped, plaid, or print.

3. Must be appropriate size and fit to conceal upper chest, back, and midriff.

4. Sleeveless blouses must extend to the edge of each shoulder. Cold shoulder tops are allowed.

5. Must cover all undergar –


6. Must be worn as de



1. Halter tops, spaghetti straps, and tank tops.

2. See through or mesh ma – terial covering a dress code violation.

3. Crop tops must have un – dershirts with acceptable length.



1. Shorts, capris, pants, skirts, and dresses.

2. May be solid, striped, plaid, or print.

3. Shorts, skirts, and dress

– es must be at least fingertip length.

4. Must be worn at natural waist.

5. Must cover all undergar – ments.

6. Leggings, yoga pants and similar bottoms must have top that is at least fin

gertip length or longer.


1. Sagging pants.

2. Excessively tight and re – vealing bottoms.

3. Pajama pants.

4. Holes in pants above knee (permanent patches are an acceptable correc




1. Button up, zip up, or pull over.

2. May be solid, striped, plaid, or print.

3. Must be appropriate size.


1. Trench coats or exces

– sively large jackets are prohibited.

2. Used to cover up dress code violations.

3. Hoodies on head in building.



1. Must be worn at all times on campus.

2. Must be properly secured and fastened (tied, zipped, velcroed, or snapped) if ap – plicable.

3. Closed toed shoes may be required for certain ac –

tivities or courses.


1. Bedroom shoes and cleats.

Logos and Illustrations


1. Montgomery County spirit wear.

2. Fashion labels.

Inappropriate: 1. Anything associated with alcohol, tobacco, guns, violence, drugs, ra

cial, sexual, violent, ob scenities, or gang related activity.

2. Anything creating a dis –

tracting or hostile environ –


3. Words, gestures, or sym – bols that could be offensive or demeaning to others.

4. Logos or emblems sup –

porting other school sys




1. Sunglasses and hats are for outside only.


1. Curlers, picks, and combs in hair.

2. Large chains or spiked jewelry, bandanas, shower caps, head wraps, and the like.

Administration Discretion

1. Administration retains right to make judgment calls in the best interest of the student and school to maintain a safe and orderly environment. Adjustments may be made as situations arise.

2. Items may be confiscat – ed as needed.

3. Corrections to dress code may be allowed to protect instructional time, but dis – ciplinary actions may be given to deter negative or repeated issues.

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