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Dressed for Success

Students are expected to be showered, well-groomed and neatly dressed in accordance with good taste.

Mandatory school attire consists of:

  • Navy blue blazer (blazers must be worn at all times; as weather permits, the Dean will decide the necessity for blazers; generally, jackets are required from mid-October to mid-April; students’ names must be marked clearly in all blazers);
  • Khaki trousers (Dockers or similar slacks);
  • Belt;
  • White, light blue, or light yellow solid-colored shirt, always neatly tucked into the pants;
  • Tasteful necktie;
  • Socks;
  • Brown or black hard-soled dress shoes only, including bucks, loafers, dress tie shoes.

Hair is to be kept combed, neat, clean, and at a length and style judged appropriate by the Dean of Students. Faces are to be clean shaven. Students are not to wear: boots (including Timberland boots), canvas or cloth tennis shoes, or moccasins; athletic sweatshirts, hooded sweatshirts, or any apparel associated with a college or professional sports franchise; head phones, earrings, tattoos, hats, or other accessories to the dress code; nor extreme haircut styles.


Free Dress Days

Prep offers Free Dress Days on many Fridays to show school spirit, to support a charity or to simply relax for a day. These days come at the discretion of the Dean of Students Office.


Our Staff

Mr. Chris Rodriguez
Dean of Students
 
Mr. David Dugan
Assistant Dean of Students
 
Mr. Neil Mitten
Assistant to the Dean of Students
 

About the Dean of Students Office

The Dean of Students Office is dedicated to the development of Prep students within and beyond the classroom. The Office is responsible for coordinating the extracurricular life of the school and advocates for student needs and services. The Dean of Students Office is located on the second floor of the George Center.
 


A Catholic, Jesuit day and boarding school for young men, grades 9 through 12

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