So what can your kids wear (and not wear) at North Hi Mount? Let's check out the FWISD guidelines and see what out of uniform days are schedule for the 2018-2019 school year.


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  • Color: Navy, white, yellow (light and bright) and royal blue. YES, we have added colors for the 2018-2019 school year
  • Style: Collared (polo or Oxford) shirts or blouses, mock turtlenecks or turtlenecks; all must have sleeves and should be tucked in. T-shirts shall not be worn as outer clothing.
  • Outerwear: Sweatshirts or sweaters in navy or white are acceptable as outerwear if worn over standard dress; coats and jackets of any color shall be worn in accordance with weather conditions and are not to be worn in the classroom.


  • Color: Navy, khaki, black or blue denim
  • Style: Pants, shorts, skirts, skorts, capris or jumpers are acceptable; all must be hemmed or cuffed and can be no shorter than three inches above the knee. Jeans must be free of embellishments. Sagging pants are not permissible.


  • Style: Athletic shoes, loafers, dress shoes or other closed-toe shoes as well as open-toe / open-heel shoes are acceptable. Shoelaces should be white or should match the color of the shoe.


  • Clothing shall be the correct size for students, with no sagging pants.
  • Tops (shirts or blouses) shall be tucked into clothing.
  • T-shirts worn as undergarments must be solid white.
  • T-shirts shall not be worn as outer clothing.
  • Denim blue jeans must be free of embellishments. 
  • Bottoms should be hemmed or cuffed.
  • Shorts, skirts and skorts shall be no shorter than three inches above the knee.
  • Shoelaces must be white or match the color of the shoe.
  • Acceptable accessories include belts of a solid color fabric or leather with a buckle no larger than two inches.
  • Tights, socks and hosiery should be a solid color.
  • Manufacturer logos on apparel must be less than one and one-half inch square with the exception of school logos.


  • Sagging pants.
  • T-shirts worn as outer clothing or visible undergarments.
  • Clothing considered too revealing (bare midriffs, tube tops, tank tops, cut-off shirts, low-cut tops, crop tops, see-through shirts, fishnet clothing).
  • Clothing with holes, tears or cuts.
  • Clothing with lewd, offensive, vulgar, or obscene pictures, emblems or language.
  • Clothing with advertising that depicts tobacco products, alcoholic beverages, drugs or any substance prohibited under FNCF(LEGAL).
  • Gang-related clothing, accessories or jewelry bearing signs, insignias, colors or symbols.
  • Active-wear such as wind shorts, warm-ups, soccer shorts, boxer shorts, sweat suits or spandex gym wear.
  • Sleepwear, visible drawstrings, house shoes.
  • Except for verified religious clothing, head gear such as hats, scarves, bandannas, do-rags or shower caps.
  • Combs, sunglasses or grillz.
  • Accessories or body piercings that could be classified as dangerous or as a potential weapon, i.e., chains, spiked necklaces or bracelets, and the like.




  • Clothes must be no shorter than 3” above the knee
  • No spaghetti straps
  • Must have tennis shoes if your student has PE that day
  • No house shoes on pajama dress up days


  • House Shirt Days (First day of each week, if Monday is a holiday then House shirt day will be on Tuesday)
  • College or NHM Shirt Days (Fridays)
  • Red Ribbon Week (limited to 1 day, stay tuned for details on the date and dress requirements)
  • College Week (limited to 1 day for Career Dress up, stay tuned for date and dress requirements)
  • NO “Week of the Young Child” dress down days
  • Picture days: Fall pics designated for yearbook= standardized dress; Spring pics= student choice
  • Walk-a-thon & Field Day (Athletic Wear)
  • Holiday Parties (Dec.)/ Polar Express
  • Dr. SEUSS week (limited to 1 day, stay tuned for date and dress requirements)