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Dress Code

San Gabriel High School Dress Code Policy 2021-2022

-Students will be expected to adhere to the following guidelines.
-Gang related clothing is specifically prohibited.
-Clothing shall be of the appropriate size, not too large or small or revealing.
-Clothing shall be sufficient to conceal undergarments at all times.
-No clothing revealing bare shoulders.
-No fishnet or see-thru fabric.
-No spaghetti straps (less than 2 inches in width).
-No low cut, revealing hip hugger pants.
-No bare midriff tops.
-Skirts/shorts length must be at least mid-thigh.
-Appropriate footwear is required at all times. Shoes should be comfortable and safe and
appropriate for physical activities.
-Hats, caps and other head coverings shall not be worn indoors. Exceptions for medical or
religious reasons are available, consult with the principal or designee.
-Jewelry must be safe for school activities and not distracting (no sharp, pointed/studded items).
-No wallet chains.
-Hairstyles that are distracting are not permitted; hair may not be sprayed with any coloring that
drips when wet.
-Any clothing or backpacks which disrupts the educational process is prohibited.
-Students shall not be allowed to wear buttons, badges, clothing or other insignia which are
obscene libelous or slanderous (EC 35183) incite students, express or advocate racial, ethnic,
sexual or religious prejudice so as to contribute to conflict or the imminent commission of
unlawful acts on school premises or the violation of school regulations or the disruption of the
orderly operation of the school, depict violence and/or cruelty, advertise alcohol, tobacco or
-In cooperation with teachers, students and parents/guardians, the principal or designee shall
establish school rules governing student dress and grooming which are consistent with law,
Governing Board policy and administrative regulations. (AUSD AR 5132(A)).
All students are expected to comply with the District dress code policy. If a student violates the
dress code policy, the consequences listed below will apply.
-Violation One: A warning will be issued and the student will be placed on contract.
-Violation Two: The student will be assigned a 30 minute lunch detention.
-Violation Three: The student will be assigned a 30 minute After School detention and will need
to return a parent/guardian letter.
-Violation Four: The student will be assigned a 30 minute After School detention and a
conference will be held with the student, parent, and administrator.
-Further consequences will continue to increase until the student complies with the district policy.
Revised and Updated 8.2021

All this information can be found in the Alhambra Unified School District Parent/Student Handbook