A student’s style of dress and/or grooming may reflect individual preference; however, such preferences must be selected within the constraints of reasonable rules and appropriate standards that are consistent with the maintenance of an effective learning atmosphere and good personal hygiene. The Management expects each student’s attire and grooming to promote a positive, safe, dignified and healthy environment within the College.
Students are expected to dress in a formal manner that is neat and appropriate for College.
Shirts/blouses must be appropriately buttoned.
Pants should be of appropriate size and worn at the waist. Pants must not be “frayed” at the bottom, no jeans or double-stitched pants.
Hats, caps, scarves, curlers, bandanas, sweat-bands, or other similar head coverings or adornments must not be worn to class or within College building.
All clothing shall be free of writing or pictures.
No see-through shirts, blouses, no halter tops, tank tops/tube tops, undershirts, muscle shirts or other tops that expose the midriff.
Shoes must always be worn with socks; no inappropriate footwear is allowed. House slippers, flip flops, and shower shoes are examples of unacceptable footwear.
No sunglasses may be worn inside College buildings or classrooms.
Any jewellery, body art, piercing or styles deemed by the College to be distraction to learning.
Ear rings, ear studs or any other form of ear ornament is strictly prohibited for boys.
Hair should be neatly combed and trimmed. Boys are not permitted to keep long hair. Distracting, unconventional, extreme, bizarre hair styles are not permitted.
If any unusual situation relative to dress, accessories, or grooming arises which is not specifically covered in this policy, the management shall have the authority to rule on the appropriateness of the attire.
Students who elect, not to conform to the dress and grooming rules set forth by this policy will be sent back home and be subjected to disciplinary actions and/or sanctions as defined by the Handbook’s Code of Student Conduct.