Unified Student Dress Code

  • All outer wear clothing (shirts, pants, slacks, capris, hoodies, sweatshirts, skirts, skorts, socks, shorts) should conform to the MMS Unified Student Dress Code:
    No hats or head coverings are allowed in the building
    Cover all under garments and body parts
    Be of the appropriate size
    Be of the appropriate colors (navy blue, black, gray, blue or black denim, khaki)
    Be un-adorned i.e. plain, plain, plain
    Be in good repair without holes, frays, fringe, patches (even if designed that way: do not wear to school) i.e. plain, plain, plain


    Pants and Slacks:
    Pants, slacks, jeans and Capri pants must be appropriate size and worn as designed. The colors allowed are navy, black, khaki, gray and dark blue or black denim. For safety reasons, pants, slacks and jeans must not touch the floor. Oversized pants, slacks, and Capri pants are not allowed. Pants may not be worn sagging. Pant leg(s) will not be worn pushed or rolled up. Undergarments may not be exposed at any time. Holes, patches, fringe or fraying anywhere, whether by design or wear are not allowed.

     

    Belts: Belts will be solid black or brown leather or plastic. Plain belt buckles must not exceed 2 inches in length or height. Belts must be worn appropriately, in belt loops, securing pants to ensure that no sagging occurs. Sagging is prohibited.

     

    Shirts:
    Shirts will be short sleeved or long sleeved navy blue polo style embroidered with the MCS logo on the left side or navy short sleeved or long sleeved t-shirt with the MCS logo printed in white on the left side. All shirts must be of appropriate size. Clothing must not show skin of the mid-section, bare shoulders, bare back or other parts of the torso during normal daily activities. Marietta Middle School Spirit Wear may be worn on designated Spirit Wear Fridays. (Uniform-free days may be announced/designated by the Administration at their discretion.)

     

    Sweatshirts:
    Crewneck sweatshirts will be navy, printed with the MCS logo in white on the left side and must be of appropriate size. Pullover Hoodies will be either navy with the MCS logo in white on the left side or gray with the MCS logo in navy on the left side and must be of appropriate size. Zip-up Hoodies will be either plain navy or gray (with or without the MCS logo on the left side) and must be of the appropriate size.

     

    Skirts/Skorts:
    Skirts and skorts must be of appropriate size, and of appropriate solid color. Skirts and skorts must be belted or affixed at the waist. The colors allowed are black, navy, khaki and blue or black denim. Skirts or skorts must be knee length or longer, skirts must be no longer than the tip of the shoe. Skirts and skorts must be unembellished and in good repair. Holes, patches, fringe or fraying anywhere, whether by design or wear are not allowed.

     

    Shoes:
    No shower shoes, beach shoes, rubber flip flops, house shoes, slippers or slipper boots are allowed.

     

    Shorts:
    No nylon shorts. Shorts must be of appropriate size and of an appropriate solid color and must be knee length or longer. Oversized shorts are not allowed. Shorts must be belted or affixed at the waist. The colors allowed are black, navy, khaki, and blue or black denim. Shorts must be unembellished and in good repair. Holes, patches, fringe or fraying anywhere, whether by design or wear are not allowed. Outer most shorts must be worn on the waist and not on the hips. Shorts may not be worn sagging.

    T-shirts, crew neck sweatshirts, and the pullover hoodies may be purchased at the school from the PTSA. They will be available at open house as well. Designated “free days” and “spirit days” will be scheduled throughout the school year.

    Uniform Source is MMS’s preferred uniform vendor. If you have any questions regarding uniform shopping with the vendor, please contact them directly at 770-919-9967 or visit their website

    Unified Dress Code "Opt-Out" Form
    Parents wishing to “Opt-Out” of the unified student dress code can submit their request to the school principal by completing an “Opt-Out” application.