Dress Code: Formal Attire Dress code regulations must be followed by all students attending – current CCHS students and off-campus guests. Faculty and Administration will enforce the guidelines ands tudents not in compliance will not be able to attend the dance. Refunds will not be issued. A student may be given the opportunity to enter the dance, if he/she is willing to be in compliance with the “CCHS Loaner” clothing option (CCHS Loaner clothing is defined as athletic shorts and/or t-shirt). CCHS girls are welcome to have their dresses pre-approved by Mrs. Conroy in the Dean’s Office prior to the Prom. It is the responsibility of CCHS students to inform his/her date of the Prom Dress Code and dance guidelines. As a reminder, attire must represent the modesty acceptable for a Catholic school dance.
Dress Code: Gentlemen Suit or Tuxedo (dress shirt, tie, jacket, belt) Dress shoes with socks Shirts must remain buttoned and tucked in at all times No earrings, costumes, or canes Hair should be well groomed Clean shaven
Appropriate Attire Suits and tu xedos with dress shirts and ties, dress shoe s with sock clean shav s, en, and we manicured ll .
Inappropriate Attire Sports shoes or boat shoes, too casual, and not clean shaven.
Dress Code: Ladies Dress shoes only No plunging necklines or low backs No bare midriffs/sides Dresses must be of appropriate length (no shorter than 5 inches above the middle of the knee) and not excessively form fitting. Slits on dresses and skirts must be modest and adhere to length requirements.
Appropriate Dresses Examples of Appropriate Dresses Gowns must be of appropriate length (no shorter than 5 inches from the middle of the knee) and not form fitting.
Inappropriate Dresses Too shortToo & too tightshort & Too Shorttoo tight
Appropriate Dresses Slits on dresses and skirts must be modest and adhere to length requirement
Appropriate Dresses No bare midriffs and/or sides
Inappropriate Bare midriffs and sidesBare sides &plunging back
Dress Code Information …Continued There are many beautiful dresses available that meet CCHS requirements for a Catholic high school dance. If you are altering your dress to meet our requirements, fabric inserts must be sewn, not pinned, on the dress. Dresses must meet requirements without cover-ups (shawls, jackets, sweaters, etc).
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If a student chooses to wear inappropriate attire to the dance, he/she may not be allowed entrance. Ladies may be required to wear shorts and/or t-shirts to gain entrance to the dance if a dress is too revealing based on our policies.
Have Fun! Stay Safe!Make Good Choices! PROM 2013