Student Uniform Policy

School Philosophy

100BMBACS Board of Directors is committed to protecting the health, safety, and welfare of the students. We also believe that appropriate dress and grooming contribute to a productive learning environment.

The School believes that students should focus their energy and attention upon their academic development and not on style or the clothes of their peers. In addition, a dress code is important to school pride and safety because it fosters a sense of belonging, and students in uniform are easily recognized by all school staff.

General Guidelines

Students will be required to wear a school uniform and comply with the dress code provided below. Inappropriate apparel and accessories includes clothing that compromises safety or is disruptive and/or distracting to the school environment and instructional process. Clothing must be form-fitting, thus no “sagging” is allowed. A belt should be worn with pants if the pants have belt loops. Shirts must be buttoned and tucked into the pants, at all times. Hats are not a part of our uniform and therefore, if worn to school, must be removed upon arrival. Students should arrive at school fully dressed in the uniform outlined below. Students who are not in compliance with the dress code will be subject to disciplinary action.




Complete Uniforms Must Be Worn Daily

  • White Oxford or Polo Shirt
  • Khaki-colored Pants or Black Pants
  • Black Belt
  • Black Vest/Sweater
  • Black Socks
  • Black Shoes with Rubber Bottoms