GAMP will enforce the use of a school dress code, to be worn by ALL students in grades 5 through 12.
Students shall have the right to dress in accordance with their stated gender identity and/or expression within the constraints of the school’s dress code. In an effort to maintain an atmosphere that is most conducive to learning, student attire is expected to be appropriate for school, and not contain any inappropriate words or graphics.
Students must wear apparel that covers the midriff, chest, and back. Tube tops, open back/side tops, crop tops, plunging necklines, plunging backs, or side or front cut outs are prohibited. Clothing may not be made from transparent material, have rips, holes, or tears. Undergarments cannot be exposed. Tanks tops may be worn, however spaghetti straps are prohibited. Straps on tank tops must be at least 1 inch wide and cover any undergarments. Shorts, skirts, and dresses must be mid-thigh length, at least to the fingertips. Undershirts and bedtime attire, including but not limited to do-rags and bonnets, are not to be worn in school.
Students must wear closed-toed shoes at all times. Slippers, slides, flip flops, and other open-toed are prohibited. Because of safety and sanitation such as chemistry Lab, teachers may require more substantial footwear. Special dress requirements exist in physical education classes, in the arts, and science laboratory classes.
Headwear – Only religious headwear is permitted. NO HATS OR HOODS ON HEAD are permitted in halls or classrooms
WINTER AND SPRING CONCERT DRESS CODE
Our concert dress code helps to exhibit the students’ professionalism and pride in their musical performances.
Students must wear items of a professional look and that are ALL BLACK: dress pants, dresses, skirts, dress shirts or blouses, and black dress socks and shoes.
Not permitted: jeans, sweatpants, leggings, or sneakers, tops which show shoulders or have plunging necklines, bottoms (pants, skirts, or dresses) that are above the knee, as well any items that are ripped, tight-fitting, or otherwise deemed inappropriate by the music staff.
(See below for examples of appropriate concert attire)
****If any student is not dressed in the appropriate concert performance attire, THEY WILL HAVE THEIR ENSEMBLE GRADE(S) LOWERED for that marking period.***