Mandatory Dress Code
    6th Grade            Black Polo-Style Shirt with a collar and sleeves
    7th Grade            White Polo-Style Shirt with a collar and sleeves
    8th Grade            Red Polo-Style Shirt with a collar and sleeves
    Note:  Shirts must be plain - No logo or markings of any kind will be allowed.  There will no layering of shirts.  If a student chooses to wear an undershirt, it must be a plain white t-shirtShirts must be tucked in throughout the school day. 
    Navy Blue or Dark Khaki color slacks (No extra pockets).  Skorts, shorts, jumpers, capri, and spandex will NOT be allowed.
    Note:  Pants must fit and be worn at the waist.
    Jeans can be worn on Fridays ONLY with a Fleming spirit shirt or College spirit shirt. 
    Belts must be visible and worn at all times in the belt loops.
    Professional Dress Wednesdays:
    Scholars are allowed to dress professionally (suits, dresses, skirts, and slacks). No open toe shoes, no leggings, no jeans. (Examples of professional dress will be provided) 
    ONLY jackets or sweaters that open completely down the front may be worn.  Hoods may not be worn in the building.  Over the head type outerwear will not be permitted.
    Note:   Sweaters, shirts, jackets and sweatshirts may not be tied around the waist.
    Shoes must be closed toe and heel.  Sandals or backless shoes are not permitted.  Socks or hosiery of some type must be worn at all times.
    Only clear/see-through or mesh purses and backpacks will be allowed.
    Head Gear:
    No head gear will be worn inside the building.  Hats and caps may be worn outside for weather protection when needed.
    FYI:   All pants must be pulled up and shirts tucked in.  ABSOLUTELY no sagging!!!  Boys are not permitted to wear any kind of earrings or grills.  Girls' jewelry must be appropriate in size and style.  Cellular phones are not allowed on campus during the hours of 8:30 a.m. - 3:50 p.m.  If a student possesses a phone, it MAY NOT be seen during the school day, and it may not be used for ANY reason.  If a student is caught using a cellular phone, it will be confiscated.  It may be returned for a $15.00 fee.  (Code of Conduct) if the cellular phone is stolen, it WILL NOT be the school's responsibility.