Uniform Policy/Dress Code • Apollo Career Center
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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 online portal, through the Apollo website. The standard Apollo uniform is blue/black jeans, or khaki pants and sneakers/tennis shoes or work boots with the approved Apollo uniform top for your program.  Students who are not in uniform by October 1st may be sent home, have daily grade reductions, and/or be placed in ISR.


As a privilege students may be allowed to wear professional dress or spirit wear on the days specified below. This privilege may be revoked by the administration at any time.

First Friday of every month: Students may wear professional attire or Apollo uniform.

Females: this means a business suit or pant suit, or dress and jacket. Males: professional dress means a business suit or a blazer, dress pants and a tie.

Every other Friday of the month: Students may choose to wear their Apollo uniform or an Apollo spirit wear top with blue/black jeans or khaki pants. In season, student athletes may wear sport specific appropriate uniform tops with blue/black jeans or khaki pants.


Students are expected to dress in a neat manner and observe prevailing rules of modesty and decency. Student dress/hair that is offensive to others and/or distracting will be regulated by the school.

1. 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.

2. Proper footwear should be worn at all times (sneakers/tennis shoes or work boots).

3. All clothing must be fingertip length or longer. With the above statements in mind, the following are examples of UNACCEPTABLE items for school: ● Holes, rips, tears, frays, or patches. ● Hats, bandanas, head scarves, sweatbands, curlers, or the hood up on a sweatshirt or jacket. ● Tank tops, fishnet shirts, bare midriffs, or halter tops. ● Leggings, jeggings, etc. ● Bare feet, flip flops, slippers, Hey Dudes, or slides. ● Wallet chains and fobs hanging loose. ● Writing on patches and clothing which promote drugs/alcohol, contain suggestive dual meanings, or contain vulgar slogans/language. ● Coats and outside jackets, both long and short, are to be kept in a locker. ● Pants and jeans are not to be worn below the hips, must have a belt or cord if sagging. ● Any gang related symbols, writing, or colors.