Apollo students wear uniforms as part of the professionalism component of their career technical program. Wearing a uniform is meant to simulate real world work experiences as well as serve as a safety precaution. Uniforms are ordered from a digital portal through the Apollo website. Students who are accepted prior to the first day of school are expected to be in uniform by September 14th. Students accepted within the first two weeks of school beginning must be in uniform by October 1st. Failure of a student to report to school in proper uniform will result in disciplinary action or the student will be sent home. Apollo Career Center requires all students to be in uniform in lab and academics every day.
Apollo specifies what clothing must be purchased through its digital portal. Like items purchased outside of the uniform portal, are not considered official uniform. The Apollo Career Center logo is the property of Apollo and cannot be duplicated without authorization.
Students may be required to purchase additional clothing items on their own based upon program requirements. Information on these items will be listed on the digital portal but not available for purchase.
On special occasions as determined by Administration, students may wear regular clothing.
Spirit Wear Days:
On the first Tuesday of each month, Apollo students are permitted to wear Apollo attire. Students may wear jeans or their program specified pant option.
General Dress Code Rules:
Students are expected to dress in a neat manner observing prevailing rules of modesty and decency. Student dress/hair that is bizarre, offensive to others, and distracting will be regulated by the school.
Some suggested guidelines for school dress are as follows:
- Clothing should be appropriate for business wear, both in material and style, excluding extremes of every kind.
- Clothes should be neat, clean, and in good repair.
- Hair should be neat, clean, and styled so it does not obstruct vision at any time and must be confined close to the head while working around hazardous areas.
- Proper foot wear must be worn at all times.
- All clothing must be fingertip length or longer.
With the above statements in mind, the following are examples of some items which are not acceptable for school:
- Hats, Bandanas, Head Scarves, Sweatbands, Curlers or the hood up on a hooded sweatshirt.
- Tank tops or fish net shirts.
- Bare midriffs and halter tops.
- Shorts above fingertip length.
- Bare feet, flip flops, slippers or slides.
- Writing on patches and clothing which promote drugs/alcohol, contain suggestive dual meanings, or contain vulgar slogans/language.
- Torn clothing, frayed, and/or frayed and patched.
- Coats and outside jackets both long and short are not to be worn in school. These must be in a locker.
- Trousers worn below the hips are inappropriate.
- Any gang related symbols, writing, or colors.
- Wallet chains and fobs.
- Other items deemed inappropriate by the administration of the school.
- Body piercing that limits speech or safety.