Dress Code for 2022-2023
Click below for the dress code guidelines:
Here are some examples of students both in and out of dress code to help you understand our policies:
This student is IN dress code in all of these photos. It shows the diversity of options are
students have to mix and match over the course of the school week. The green T-shirt
on the far right is a special award shirt for academic excellence. It is a high honor to be
allowed to wear the "Gator Elite" shirt!
The photo on the right is OUT of dress code for several reasons: shes's not wearing her
photo ID, her jacket is the wrong color, and she is wearing slides/sandals.
The photo on the right is OUT of dress code for the following reasons: her skirt is too
short (must be to the top of the knee), and she is not wearing her photo ID.
At first glance, you might think both of these brothers are ready for a great day at
Tanglewood, BUT there are some subtle OUT of dress code issues with the young man
on the right: he is carrying an extra non-lunch bag on his bag, and his backpack is on
wheels (which is not allowed for safety reasons).
This student is sporting the perfect skirt length on the left. On the right she is OUT of dress code for the following reasons: grey
jacket (wrong color) and ripped jeans.
This young lady is OUT of dress code on the right because of the following: her jacket is
the wrong color (must be navy or white), her skirt is too short, she's wearing leggings,
and she's wearing sandals.
This gentlemen is looking sharp in his checkered slip-ons. They're IN dress code and a
great way to express yourself! On the right though, he is OUT of dress code because he's
not wearing his photo ID.
This student is wearing her photo ID on a belt clip, which is perfectly fine. All that matters
is that we can see it at all times. She is out of dress code on the right because of her