5132 AR - Dress and Grooming
- 5000 Students
The expression of a student’s uniqueness and individuality by means of the student’s dress is recognized. Restrictions on freedom of student dress will be imposed whenever the mode of dress in question is a:
- Contrary to law.
- Unsafe, either for the student or those around the student.
- Disruptive of school operations and the education process.
No restrictions on freedom of dress and adornment will be imposed which:
- Reflect discrimination as to civil rights.
- Reflect discrimination as to particular codes of morality or religious tenets.
- Attempt to dictate or adjudicate style or taste.
California Code of Regulations, Title 5
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