• DRESS CODE

    Ball High does not require students to wear uniforms. There is however a dress code that must be adhered to. Consequences vary according to the severity of the offense. Most infractions are minor violations that may result in after school detention. If the student is not able to come into compliance they must report to OCI (On-Campus Intervention) .

  • Head Wear

    • Head-wear and hats of any kind are not to be worn in the building.
    • Sunglasses must be removed upon entering the building.
    • Non-approved items will be confiscated and returned at the end of the day.
  • Shirts

    • Shirts must be appropriately sized and have appropriate coverage. They may not exceed the length of the fingertips.
    • Shirt designs may not display alcohol or drug slogans or other suggestive or inappropriate designs, including but not limited to those that promote or suggest sex, violence, or antisocial behavior. (Examples of items not allowed include beer ads, drugs or guns).
    • Unacceptable shirts will include muscle shirts, tank tops, spaghetti straps, see through (even when worn with an undergarment), backless, shoulder less, and low cut tops. Shirts showing any portion of the midriff are not allowed.
  • Pants/Skirts

    • Pants/skirts must fit at the waist and be appropriately sized (bag and sag is not allowed).
    • All pants/skirts must cover the thighs, no shorter than 2 inches above the knees. Holes above the knee are allowed if tasteful in appearance and there is no skin showing.
    • Leggings and yoga pants are allowed if tasteful in appearance and appropriate in coverage. (Example: Shirt or blouse must extend to finger tips)
  • Undergarments

    • No undergarments (bras, underwear, panties, boxers, gym shorts, etc.) will be visible.
  • Shoes

    • Shoes must be worn at all times.
    • Unacceptable shoes include house shoes, slippers and shoes with wheels.
  • Accessories

    • Accessories that could cause an injury or are disruptive are not allowed. This determination will be at the discretion of the teacher and the principals.
    • Tattoos may be required to be covered. This determination will be at the discretion of the principal.
    • Piercings may be required to be taken out. This determination will be at the discretion of the principal.
  • Outerwear

    • Outerwear may not display alcohol or drug slogans or other suggestive or inappropriate designs, including but not limited to those that promote or suggest sex, violence, or antisocial behavior. (Examples of items not allowed include beer ads, drugs, or guns.)
    • No hoods will be worn inside the building.