Appropriate Dress and Grooming
Dress Code Policy
Dress Code items can be purchased anywhere that sells uniforms. You may also purchase uniforms with the school logo from LandsEnd.com (Preferred School number is 900157827) or any supplier who meets attire listings below. All shirts should be solid in color and not contain logos larger than a quarter.
General attire for all students:
- Pants – black, navy or khaki dress pants * No cargo pants
- Shorts –black, navy or khaki *No shorter than two inches above the knee
- Button Up Dress Shirts‐ black, light blue, white, maroon or navy
- Polo Shirts – Any solid color polo
- Turtleneck – black, light blue, white, gray, maroon or navy
- Sweater vest – black, light blue, white, gray, maroon or navy
- Cardigan v‐neck or round‐ black, light blue, white, gray, maroon or navy
- Pullover sweater ‐ black, light blue, white, gray, maroon or navy
- BCMA Logo Hooded Sweatshirts-any color
- Crew Neck Sweatshirts- black, light blue, white, gray, maroon or navy
- Zip up jackets- black, light blue, white, gray, maroon or navy
- Tights/Leggings for layering – any solid color
- Fashion scarves and Ties, any color
- Shoes ‐ should be comfortable dress shoes. *black, brown, white, or navy *can be canvas Platform, high‐heeled, sandals or open toed shoes and fashion boots are not permitted.
- Jumpers, Skirts, Dresses: *No shorter than two inches above the knee.
Jumper ‐ Drop waist – Black, Navy or khaki
Skorts and Skirts – Black, Navy or khaki
Polo Dresses – Black, Navy, light blue, maroon
- Hats, visors, bandanas and sunglasses are not to be worn in the building
- Students will leave their dress shoes at school, they should wear a separate pair to school
- Shirts may be layered using the above listed approved school colors.
- Hoodies without the BCMA Logo are not permitted
Students in violation of the dress code will be asked to call home and have the correct items brought to school. Repeated violations may result in disciplinary action.
Did you know attendance is critical to your child’s success?
- It is the parent/guardian’s responsibility to get their child to school.
- Missing just five days of school means 30 hours of missed instructional time.
- Starting in kindergarten, there is a direct link between absences and reading level.
- One in ten kindergarten and first-grade students is chronically absent.
- Students who are chronically absent are 7.5 times more likely to drop out of high school.
CHRONIC ABSENCE: 10 or more days
WARNING SIGNS: 7-9 days
SATISFACTORY: 6 or fewer days
Three easy ways to report an absence:
7:30 am Drop off & Breakfast
7:45-8:15 am Morning Enrichment
8:15 Class Starts
3:30 pm School is Dismissed/Student Pick Up