Dress Code

The Board finds that school uniforms are necessary for the safety and welfare of students and school personnel. Uniforms promote an environment that enhances learning and safety, encourages you to express your individuality through personality and achievements, not outward appearances, and creates a sense of pride and belonging. All staff members are required to enforce the dress code. The administration/designee will be the final judge as to whether a student’s clothing meets policy requirements. We rely on the good taste and judgment of the students and the responsibility of the parents to advise their children of the appropriate dress in accordance with Flagler Schools’ Dress Code Policy. 

7th-8th grade schools may wear any solid color except purple and three district colors of white, black or gray. Shirts must be standard short or long sleeve polo style, oxford style, or button-up dress shirt with a collar. A small trademark logo is acceptable. See pages 11-14 for further information.

For the entire dress code policy, please click here.

FlaglerSchools.com © 2019 Flagler County Public Schools.