Student Dress Code
Students are required to wear the regulation uniform for their specific career area every day when they report to class during both their career area and academic cycle. Career area regulation uniforms typically include safety glasses and other career-specific safety gear, including specific shoes or work boots that will be enforced during shop time only. Students who miss class or shop time due to unacceptable attire are subject to the regulations of both discipline and attendance.
Uniforms should be... be loose fitting for comfort and proper body ventilation.
Students without proper uniform... will be sent to the Discipline Office.
Attire must be kept free of... graffiti, drawings or any self-imposed markings.
All uniforms... are to be worn in a professional way.
Students are not allowed to wear the following articles of clothing:
- Sweatpants/yoga pants
- Hooded sweatshirts (“hoodies”)
- Torn/Ripped jeans
The school also reserves the right to prohibit other items that school officials deem to be inconsistent with a safe learning environment. Students who are observed wearing prohibited items will be required to surrender them to school officials and may be subject to disciplinary action.
Costs of School Uniforms
Uniforms can be purchased at all lunches. Payment is expected at time of purchase.
T-Shirt: $10.00 Poly Blend Silk Screened Polo: $15.00 Crewneck Sweatshirts: $15.00
Safety Glasses: $3.00
Please see your Administrative Dean if you have any questions
Freshman Exploratory Uniform
Each student will receive 1 T-shirt and 1 Sweatshirt at the start of the school year. (Nothing should be worn over the shirt, but long sleeves may be worn underneath) Career
Area Uniforms For Specific Career Areas
Physical Education Uniform
Physical Education uniform shall consist of a T-shirt, athletic shorts/pants, sneakers, gym socks, and a clean towel.
School Identification Badges
ALL students MUST wear or be in possession of a personal GLTS Identification Badge.