Dress Code

To develop commUNITY and Yeti Pride, BVIS has a Uniform and Dress Code policy.

Dress Code & Uniform Shirts

Attire must not disrupt the school’s learning environment.  It must meet reasonable standards of cleanliness and show respect for themselves and others.  

Students that do not meet the Dress Code and Uniform Policy will be given the option to borrow a BVIS T-Shirt. If a student refuses to attend to the policy, that student will be asked to call home for appropriate clothing to be brought to school or to be picked up.

Acceptable Dress

Unacceptable Dress

How do I buy logo’d shirts & outerwear?

Purchase of BVIS Logos for existing apparel

Free Dress Days & Spirit Days

Throughout the year BVIS will have scheduled “Free Dress Days” (some earned and some available to all students) and “Spirit Days” when all students will be encouraged to wear personal clothing or theme-related spirit wear.  Requirements of the Acceptable and Unacceptable Dress Code will remain the same as above, however BVIS Spiritwear will not be required on those days.