Uniform Guidelines

2022-2023 NAHS Uniform Guidelines and Dress Code Requirements

The NAHS uniform policy is designed to:

  • Promote a safe and orderly learning environment
  • Promote a cohesive atmosphere
  • Discourage inappropriate attire (ie- shirts with profane words and symbols, advertisements for smoking, alcohol, drugs, etc.)

The Policy:

  • Students will wear the uniform every day, unless otherwise noted and administrative communication is provided to families for special events. 
  • Students must be in uniform for field trips, assemblies, and all after-school activities (unless otherwise communicated by school personnel). 
  • Students will be asked to change if they are not in uniform and will be permitted to wear clean donated uniforms if available. Phone call will be made home for uniform infractions and a school consequence (i.e. detention, demerit, loss of incentive, etc.) will be provided. 
  • Being in uniform is NON-NEGOTIABLE. 

All students are required to wear the following:
1. A polo style shirt that may bear the NAHS logo:

  • 6th Grade- Burgundy or Gold
  • 7th Grade- Red or Gray
  • 8th Grade- Light Blue or Black

2. Bottoms should reflect BCPS dress code policy including

  • Young Men:  Khaki colored pants or knee length shorts pulled up on the waist and secured with a belt
  • Young Ladies: Khaki colored pants or knee length skirts, shorts or skorts

3. Jeans bottoms are not permitted
PURCHASING INFORMATION

NOT ALLOWED

  • No Hooded Attire
  • Coats (should be stored in locker during the school day)
  • Shirts without a collar
  • Bandanas, du-rags, and bonnets
  • Blankets
  • Shorts and skirts should be at or below fingertips
  • Hats

Because they pose a potential safety hazard to our students, the following shoes are not permitted: 

  • Heelys (shoes with removable wheels in the heel)
  • Flip Flops
  • Shower Shoes
  • Athletic Slippers
  • House Slippers
  • Open-Toed Shoes
  • Crocs

Book bags MUST be stored in lockers during the school day.