2017-2018 Handbook and Dresscode

Greetings Dublin Families,

Attached is the 2017-2018 Handbook for Students and Parents. It is important that you read through the handbook carefully to familiarize yourself with the current school policies. Policies that have been refined or updated this summer are in blue font.

Any questions concerning the handbook should be addressed  to Brooks Johnson, Dean of Students.

Handbook and Student and Parent Handbook Form

Dress and Grooming Code

The Dublin School Dress and Grooming Code is designed to help instill the
values of self-discipline that are necessary for the benefit of self and community.
We respect the individual and unique potential each student brings to our school.

Dublin School requires academic dress for all academic and administrative
obligations. Formal dress (including suits or sport coats with tie, dresses, skirts,
or nicer-than-academic dress) will be expected at special events throughout the
year such as convocation, award ceremonies, and community dinners.

Academic Dress is defined as:

  • Collared dress shirt, polo shirt, or blouse. Polo shirts or blouses may be left untucked. All other button down shirts must be tucked in.
  • Sweater
  • Turtleneck
  • Skirt or dresses with hemlines no more than 2 inches above the knee.
  • Ethnic/Religious Attire
  • Slacks or pants with a belt or suspenders.
  • Shorts may be worn in May.

General Reminders:

  • All types of footwear in good repair are acceptable.
  • All hemlines must be no more than 2 inches above the knee.
  • All clothing must be clean and in good repair (not torn, frayed or cut
  • No jeans.
  • Dublin School students and faculty are expected to remove their hats when they enter any academic buildings, as well as the dining hall except for religious reasons.
  • No athletic wear (i.e. leggings worn as pants, mesh shorts, sweatshirts, T-shirts), strapless tops or tops with straps less than two inches wide, or apparel that reveals the midriff, buttocks or chest.