It is the policy of the Beaufort County School District to regulate reasonable attire of students during the school day. Students in all schools shall wear an approved school uniform with only legally-mandated exceptions. To maintain an educational environment that is safe and conducive to the educational process, students in all grades shall abstain from wearing or possessing specified items during the school day.

Uniform Choices


  • Tops may be white, light blue, navy blue, pink, or pale yellow.
  • Students must wear plain shirts with a collar. Mock turtlenecks and turtlenecks are permitted.
  • Shirts must be tucked in.
  • White T-shirts may be worn under uniform shirts
Students may wear plain, unhooded sweatshirts or sweaters in white or school colors over the uniform.


Bottoms may be solid khaki or navy. These may include skirts, skorts, jumpers, pants, or shorts of modest length.

Bottoms must be free of graphics and embroidery with the exception of small labels. They may not have any insignias, words, or pictures.

Cargo-style pants are not permitted.

Belts must be worn if the garment has belt loops. There may be no graphics on the belt or buckle.


Shoes must be worn at al times and conform to special requirements (PE, science labs, etc).

Laces must be tied.

Flip flops and crocs are not permitted.

Shoes should be closed toed in solid black, brown, or white.


School logo is highly recommended!

Logo patches may be purchased through the PTA for $2.00.