The AITA dress code encourages neatness, good taste, and maturity. Students are expected to take pride in their own personal grooming and hygiene. AITA students should project an image of self-respect, personal responsibility, and readiness for the world beyond high school where dress standards are commonplace and important. Because there are obvious distinctions in styles, trends, and societal norms between males and females, the AITA student dress code reflects that by outlining what is acceptable for boys and what is acceptable for girls, with the intent of being consistent while realizing that they are not identical.
A collared shirt (short or long sleeved) or sweater
Dress pants, chinos, khakis, cargos, or corduroys worn at the waist and extending to the ankle
Shoes, boots, or sneakers
A collared shirt or a dress top/blouse/shirt/sweater (short or long sleeved)
Dress pants, chinos, khakis, cargos, or corduroys worn at the waist and extending to the ankle or a skirt/dress no shorter than 2 inches above the knee regardless of if worn with tights/leggings or not
Shoes, boots, sneakers, or dress sandals (non-athletic/beach style)