As with any dress code, we ask that you strive to follow the spirit of the code. With this in mind, the following standards are set out as guidelines for students who attend Landmark High School.
Collared short- or long-sleeve shirt. These shirts must have regular length sleeves. Shirts with tails designed to be tucked in must be tucked into pants/shorts, shirts square across the bottom do not need to be tucked into pants/shorts. Midriffs must be covered.
Blue jeans are not acceptable but students may wear black or other denim colors. Leggings, capri, or cargo pants are permitted. Leggings must be covered to mid-thigh. Sweat pants, athletic pants, or pajama bottoms are not permitted.
For the month of September and from May through June, shorts of appropriate length (fingertips must touch bottom of short) may be worn.
Athletic, basketball style, work-out attire, or cut-off shorts are not permitted. Blue denim pants or shorts are not permitted
Dresses and Skirts
Dresses and skirts of appropriate length and style are permitted. Length should be to mid-thigh and dress style should include regular style sleeves.
A sweater or fleece may be worn without a collared shirt, but must be worn throughout the day. A collared shirt must be worn if you remove the sweater or fleece.
Only Landmark spirit sweatshirts or quarter zips may be worn. Landmark will sell sweatshirts through the student store that may be worn during the school day. Sweatshirts purchased through athletic teams, activities, or residences must be approved to be deemed dress code compliant.
Baseball hats must be removed inside any building.
Footwear may include casual, dress shoes, sneakers, or dress sandals. Flip flops or any type of sports sandals are NOT allowed during the academic school day. Slippers are also not appropriate.
Coats, jackets, and other outer garments should be appropriate for the weather and in good, clean condition. A reminder that in inclement weather, hats, caps, and other headgear should not be worn in class, meetings, or at any meals.
As we strive to learn together, clothing with any offensive or derogatory language, symbols, or anything that represents drugs/alcohol, tobacco, or vaping products are prohibited.
Clothing must be neat and clean and may not be ripped or torn.
The school ultimately reserves the right to determine appropriateness of clothing.
Residential students can refer to the packing list for what to bring to school.