Dress code decisions are subject to interpretation by the CHS staff and administration.
High school students are expected to develop social skills that include the ability to make good decisions about when and where certain types of clothing are appropriate. At Chattahoochee we encourage our students to“dress for success” by choosing attire for school that is sensible and safe. Students in the school system are expected to dress and groom themselves in such a way as to reflect neatness, cleanliness and safety.
All students shall dress appropriately so as not to disrupt or interfere with the educational program or the orderly operation of the school.
Some examples of inappropriate dress and grooming include: lack of cleanliness in person or dress; shoelessness; "short-short" clothing; bare midriffs; "tank tops"; "see-through" clothing or apparel which designates gangs or similar organizations or any dress that is disruptive to the educational process. Designated dress involving school activities approved by the principal shall be acceptable. The principal or other duly authorized school official shall determine whether any particular mode of dress or grooming results in a violation of the spirit and/or the intent of this rule.
Excessively distressed jeans - short/dress lengths should meet fingertips - sagging clothing displaying undergarments - open back/t-back/spaghetti straps - off the shoulder with undergarments showing - mid drift showing - drug/weapon/alcohol graphics