Uniform Policy

 

STATEMENT ON UNIFORM ATTIRE
(The uniform is stated in the affirmative. Any garment not specifically stated is considered non uniform.)

Formal Uniform (Every student must have a formal uniform.)

  • Tartan plaid skirt- maximum of 3 inches above knee bone. Students with shorter skirts will be required to lengthen the skirt or replace it within a designated period of time.
  • White or black monogrammed  polo shirt with collar purchased through STAR Shop.
  • Juniors and Seniors only-Solid black or red v-neck sweater, sweater vest or cardigan with the STA emblem purchased through the STAR shop
  • Freshman and Sophomores only- or solid black or red blazer with the STA emblem purchased through the STAR shop
  • Solid black, solid white, solid grey socks.
  • Solid black ankle length tights/leggings.
  • Shoes: closed-toed and closed heel shoes.

Administration reserves the right to send a student home when in violation of the school uniform policy. The absence will be marked unexcused.

In Classroom Uniform Expectations (includes Formal Uniform items)

  • Hair dyed must be a natural color.
  • Skirt hemlines are to be 3 inches above knee bone.
  • Monogrammed  black scarf purchased from STAR Shop.
  • Only solid white T-shirts may be worn under monogrammed polo shirt.
  • Black uniform dress pant must be purchased from the Star Shop.
  • Students may wear an official STA sweatshirt/t-shirt on Fridays.
  • Students may purchase and wear a black monogrammed fleece vest from the Star Shop.
  • Students may purchase and wear grey, black, or white three quarter zip STA logo pull over from the STAR shop. 
  • Students may purchase and wear the monogrammed three quarter zip raincoat from the STAR shop. 
  • Students may purchase and wear a black monogrammed fleece jacket from STAR Shop.
  • Ear piercing jewelry only.
  • Students must remove all coats/jackets/sweaters/sweatshirts/scarves that are not defined above upon entering the classroom.
  • Students may not change or destroy the skirt or pants or sweater (i.e., pull threads out, cut, roll up, safety pinned, unzipped, cut sweater to make into a cardigan, etc.) and continue to wear them to school.

Unacceptable Uniform Attire

  • No hats, visors, sunglasses, scarves or distracting accessories are permitted.
  • No capri length pants/tights/leggings.
  • No body piercing jewelry such as nose, eyebrows, tongue, lips, etc.
  • No visible tattoos.
  • No hoodies
  • Non-STA sweatshirts/collar shirts etc.

Outerwear: (must be removed in classroom)

  • All other coats/jackets or STA Sweatshirts may be worn between classes as needed and in morning and afternoon advisory but must be removed once seated in the classroom.
  • No Non STA sweatshirts may be worn as coats or jackets. 
  • No blankets may be worn as coats or jackets.

Unacceptable “Out of Uniform Days” Attire

  • Extremely short shorts or skirts
  • Bare backs, shoulders and midriffs, low cut shirts (back and front)
  • Clothing which displays alcohol, drugs, tobacco, obscenities, sex
  • Halters, spaghetti straps, tube tops
  • Flip flop shoes, bedroom slippers, beach shoes, crocs, birkenstocks
  • Flexible, form fitting pants such as yoga pants, leggings or jeans may be worn with an untucked shirt/blouse which reaches a student’s fingertips when arms are rested at the side. 

Discipline Policy for Out of Uniform Violations:

A student not in uniform will receive a Category III Student Behavior Report and consequences. Repeated uniform violations will result in a Category II SBR and consequences in the Ten Level Program. Administration reserves the right to send a student home when in violation of the school uniform policy. The absence will be marked unexcused.