Dress Code

  • Dress Code The Dubiski Dress Code is Business Casual. Our goal is to prepare students to be successful in the work place. Professional dress is part of that preparation.

    Dubiski Career High School’s dress code is established to allow you to work comfortably, yet still project a 
    professional image for our clients, guests and the community.

    Clothing that works well for the beach, yard work, clubs, exercise sessions, and sports are not appropriate for a professional appearance at work. Clothing that reveals too much cleavage, your back, chest, feet, stomach or underwear is not appropriate for a place of business, even in a business casual setting. Jewelry, makeup and perfume or cologne should be in good taste, with limited visible body piercing. Even in a business casual work environment, clothing should be pressed and never wrinkled. Torn, dirty, or frayed clothing is unacceptable. All seams must be finished. Any clothing that has words, terms, or pictures that may be offensive to other employees is unacceptable.

    For DCHS students Business Casual dress is expected in class and any/all events related to DCHS including expos, information sessions, networking events, mock interviews and any meetings with business partners.  

     

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  • Professional Dress for Dubiski Career High School Students

    To provide a professional atmosphere in keeping with the mission of John A. Dubiski Career High School, the following standard dress policy shall be in effect for all students enrolled in or attending classes at DCHS.

    Student Identification Cards are a part of the Dubiski Dress Code and must be worn at all times.

    TOPS

    WHAT TO WEAR

    • Ladies’ shirts must be blouse-style, collared, or sweaters
    • Mens’ shirts must have a collar and be tucked in
    • Sweaters, vests, ties, and business jackets
    • Sweaters – pullover, turtleneck, or cardigan-style
    • All shirts must have sleeves
    • Logos on shirts must be no larger than a student ID card
    • Solid-colored undershirts may be worn under an acceptable DCHS shirt.

    WHAT NOT TO WEAR

    • Flannel, Denim, Camouflage
    • Oversized or baggy clothing or off-the-shoulder styles
    • See-through clothing
    • Spandex, vinyl, or stretch-type material
    • Tank tops as outerwear
    • Tight, low, or midriff-baring clothing
    • T-shirts – crew or v-neck, short- or long-sleeved

    PANTS – DRESSES - SKIRTS

    WHAT TO WEAR

    • Dockers or similar style pants and slacks
    • Pants must be worn at the waist with a belt
    • All pants must have appropriate fit and be hemmed or cuffed
    • Skirts and dresses must be at an appropriate length.
    • Dresses must have capped, short, three-quarter, or longer sleeves.

    WHAT NOT TO WEAR

    • Corduroy, Denim, Camouflage, Flannel
    • Coveralls or overalls/Suspenders
    • Jeans and jean-style pants
    • Leggings or yoga-style pants
    • Pants tucked into socks, shoes, boots
    • Oversized or baggy clothing
    • Tight or low-cut clothing
    • Pants with tears or holes
    • Shorts, Skorts, Cargo Pants, Sweatpants, Joggers (pants with elastic at the top or bottom)
    • Spandex, vinyl, or stretch-type material
    • Strapless or sleeveless dresses

    OUTERWEAR – BACKPACKS/BAGS

    WHAT TO WEAR

    • All outerwear must fit appropriately and be worn with an acceptable dress shirt
    • Letter jackets and solid colored jackets of similar weight and style may be worn in the building
    • Padded laptop sleeve inside a laptop backpack
    • Hooded garments including sweatshirts may be worn but logo must be no larger than the student ID card.

    WHAT NOT TO WEAR

    • Hats or head coverings (excluding religious or cultural head coverings)
    • Sweat tops or bottoms

    SHOES – SOCKS – BELTS - ACCESSORIES

    WHAT TO WEAR

    • Loafer-style shoes, dress shoes, dress boots
    • Tennis shoes must be black, white, gray, or brown
    • Shoelaces must be black, white, gray, or brown
    • Sandals and heels that are business appropriate
    • Leather or canvas-style belts with a buckle no larger than a student ID card
    • Socks, tights, or hosiery must be solid
    • Pierced jewelry is limited to the ears
    • DCHS Student Badges

    WHAT NOT TO WEAR

    • Chains that attach to wallets or clothing
    • Extreme hairstyles and/or unnatural hair color
    • Flip-flops, athletic-style slides, Crocs, slippers, heelies, military boots, steel-toed boots, Uggs- style boots, Doc Martin style boots, high heels or wedges over 2 inches in height
    • Gauges
    • Hats/head coverings (excluding religious or cultural head coverings)
    • Piercings other than ears
    • Sunglasses and bandanas
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