Dress Code

  • GBHS Dress Code

    Guidelines: Parents or guardians of students have the primary responsibility for establishing and implementing appropriate standards of dress and grooming.  It is RJUHSD’s responsibility to establish a classroom and campus atmosphere that creates the appropriate environment for teaching and learning.  Clothing worn on campus must reflect good taste, a sense of modesty, and common sense to promote a safe atmosphere that is conducive to learning. 


    General Dress Policy


    1.  Footwear must be worn at all times, per state law.

    2.  Shirts and tops must cover the chest and may not be see-through.  

    3.  Shorts, skirts and dresses must be appropriate in length. The buttocks may not be exposed at any time. 

    4.  Clothing with messages promoting drug culture or displaying pictures, symbols depicting drugs, alcohol, tobacco, profranity, violence or disrepect for members of the opposite sex or differing cultures is regarded as offensive and intimidating and therefore, is not permitted.   

    5.  Accessories such as studded or metal belts, wristbands, chains (including wallet chains) and handcuffs are not permitted.

    6.  Dark glasses are not permitted in classrooms.

    7.  Clothing and jewelry that imitate gang attire or gang colors is strictly prohibited. 

    Consequences for dress code violations are:

    First Offense:  Change clothing, parent/guardian notification, violation will be documented in AERIES

    Second Offense:  Change clothing, parent/guardian notification, detention assigned and documented in AERIES

    Third Offense:  Parent/Guardian conference with student and administration, further consequences will be determined by administration