Mission Heights Uniform Policy
To help create an environment conducive to learning, students at Mission Heights Preparatory are required to wear uniforms. A dress code encourages students to express their individuality though personality and academic achievements, not outward appearances.
Business Casual: Tan/Khaki, Gray or Black Colored Dress Bottoms
Gray, Black, or Purple Mission Heights Prep Polo with MHP logo.
Any jacket, cover-ups/pullover garment that is worn at school (sweater, sweater vest, sweatshirt, hoodie, etc) must have an approved MHP logo.
* Hoods must be off the head while on campus
* On very cold days, students who walk, bike, etc. may need to wear sweat pants or additional clothing over their school uniform on the way to and from school. However any clothing that does not meet dress code requirements must be removed before school begins.
Other dress code rules:
School administration has the sole discretion to determine attire that is inappropriate.
Mission Heights Preparatory High School has a mandatory school uniform dress code for all students. There are many positive reasons for a school uniform policy, including:
- A dress code encourages students to express their individuality through personality and academic achievements, not outward appearance.
- A dress code puts the focus on academics, not fashion, because students project a neat, serious, businesslike image.
- Schools with dress codes have fewer discipline issues because students aren't distracted.
- Dress codes can be less expensive.
- Dress codes eliminate the visible differences between needy and wealthy students.
- Dress codes eliminate the pressure to wear brand name clothing, "gang colors," etc.
- Dress codes create a sense of school pride and belonging.