Dress Code

SHIRTS:

      Students may wear short or long sleeved polo-style shirts (no spandex or Lycra) in solid A.S.C. colors (cardinal red, white, navy blue or gray) only. Students may wear plain button-up dress shirts in A.S.C. solid colors; shirts must be buttoned. Only the top button may be left undone.

      A.S.C. logo T-shirts may be worn in solid A.S.C. colors including gray.  Any T-shirts with the ASC name that are not a school color (sports tournaments, prom, etc.) are NOT to be worn to school. No T-shirts may be worn without the school’s name and/or logos on it.

      ALL shirts are to fit correctly with enough length to tuck in properly and stay tucked in at all times. All undershirts are to be plain white, navy, red, or gray t-shirts.

 

SLACKS:

      Khaki/tan or navy blue pants and shorts may be worn. (no jeans or stretch material such as leggings or jeggings)

      No holes are allowed

      Shorts are not to exceed 3 inches above the knee cap while standing

 

NOT PERMITTED CLOTHING/ITEMS:

      Cargo pants or shorts for junior high and highs chool

      Excessively baggy pants, hip-huggers, or low-rise pants.

      No cut legs, extra zippers, loops or drawstrings.

      SHADES ARE NOT TO BE WORN IN THE BUILDING OR CLASSROOMS.

      HATS ARE NOT TO BE WORN IN THE BUILDING OR CLASSROOMS.

 

   Exceptions:

      K-3, K-4, and K-5 may wear pants and shorts with elastic waists

      Students religiously required to wear skirts may do so with the permission of the headmaster. Skirts must reach below the kneecaps and have no splits.

      Solid color dresses or jumpers may be worn in grades K3-6.

 

SHOES:

Students may wear tennis shoes, dress shoes, loafers, sandals, or crocs.

      No beach style flip-flops/thong flip flops/house slippers.

      No extreme colors, styles, or lights

      Spurs may not be worn to school.

 


FEMALE:

      No hats/caps inside the buildings or anywhere else before the end of the academic day.

      No unnecessary attire, hairdo, etc., that brings undue attention to an individual or groups (vice wear, trench coats, colored hair, etc.)

      No visible body piercings, tattoos, etc.

 

MALE:

      Facial hair (mustaches, beards, etc) must be clean shaved.

      No hats/caps inside the buildings or anywhere else before the end of the academic day

      No earrings

      No unnecessary attire, hairdo, etc., that brings undue attention to an individual or groups (vice wear, trench coats, colored hair, etc.)

      No visible body piercings, tattoos, etc

 

COLD WEATHER ATTIRE:

      Any jackets, sweaters, pull-overs, and sweatshirts may be worn. These must be appropriate with no vulgar/explicit language and MUST reflect Amite School Center and no elementary/high school. They must be worn over a dress code shirt.

      Students may pay $1.00 to their homeroom teacher to wear blue jeans or A.S.C. logo (only) sweat or wind pants on designated days.

Please write names inside jackets and other clothing items.  Uniforms may be purchased anywhere. Students, parents, and guardians should review, understand, and adhere to the A.S.C. uniform dress code.

 

All T-shirts designs must be approved by the headmaster before they are sold.

Honor Roll students will receive 1 free dress day. 

The date will be set and announced for the following 9 weeks. 

Students with free dress MUST follow the guidelines above for shorts

 

Dress Code Violations:

Elementary:  The students’ homeroom teacher will inform administration.

1st and 2nd offense (per 9 weeks):  Parents will be contacted.

3rd through 5th offense:  The student will miss one day of recess.

6 or more:  Discretion of Administration.

Middle/High School:  The students’ homeroom teacher will inform administration.

1st offense (per 9 weeks):  Warning

2nd and 3rd offense:  Referral to Administration

4th and 5th offense:  Morning Detention

6 or more:  Work Detail