Weber High School

Dress Code

  • Clothing worn at school must be modest and not distracting
  • Clothing must be size appropriate:
    • No extremely tight revealing clothing
    • No excessively saggy or baggy clothing
    • No exposed underwear
  • Pajamas:
    • No pajama bottoms, tops or other sleepwear
  • Shirts, tops, and dresses:
    • Sleeves must cover the ball of the shoulder and armholes must be snug fitting.
    • No low backs, deep scooped necklines, exposed cleavage, or see-through or semi-  transparent materials
    • Midriff or bare back must not be exposed when involved in normal school activities such as walking, sitting, bending over a desk, raising hand, etc.
  • Shorts, skirts, and dresses:
    • Shorts, skirts, and dresses must extend to mid-thigh (finger-tip length when arm is fully extended).
    • A slit in a dress or skirt may not extend higher than just above the knee.
  • Layering clothing items does not change the school policy regarding skirt or dress length.  Leggings, tights, etc. are considered to be underwear.  They are, by nature, tight and revealing and considered to be inappropriate school attire when worn under shorts, skirts, or dresses which do not meet the mid-thigh guideline.
  • Accessories:
    • NO HEADGEAR (ie. hats, bandanas, sweatbands)
    • Potentially dangerous apparel items such as spiked clothing, large or long chains-8 inches or longer, or unsafe accessories will not be allowed.
    • Clothing, accessories, adornment or hairstyles which pose a significant distraction to learning or safety are not allowed. 
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Clothing will not be permitted that is sexually provocative, mutilated, displays offensive language or slogans, advertises substances a student cannot legally possess, or is gang related.
    • State health code requires that shoes be worn in school at all times.

Student dress expectations are encouraged at all times and will be consistently enforced during school hours from 7:15 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.

Disciplinary interventions for noncompliance may include:

  • Students may be sent home to change or asked to wear school provided T-shirts, etc. in order to meet dress code.
  • 1st Offense:  Warning with documentation on Discipline Tracker.
  • 2nd Offense:  Parent notification with documentation on Discipline Tracker.
  • 3rd Offense:  Parent notification by administration with documentation on Discipline Tracker and possible suspension.