Dear Parents,

All secondary students must report to the virtual classroom in the school uniform. Please take note of the uniform requirements below.

Year 7 coming from ARIS Primary 

    • Primary Teal Polo
    • House T-shirt
    • PE Set
    • Friday Wear (ARIS Cloth)
    • ARIS Cardigan or ARIS Hoodie
      (no non-uniform sweatshirts, jackets, or hoodies may be worn)
Year 7 New students only
  • White, Black, or Navy blue polo style shirt
If you don’t have a polo shirt:
  • Students should wear clothing of a modest nature suitable for a learning and work environment.
  • Pants must have no holes, rips, tears or frays, intentional or unintentional that expose the skin.
  • Shorts and skirts may be worn but must be no shorter than 5 inches above the center of the kneecap, even when leggings or tights are worn under them.
  • Tops must cover the shoulders, no spaghetti straps.
  • The midriff must be covered and strapless upper garments may not be worn.

Years 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 Returning Students 

  • The white button-up with logo
  • Navy blue tie w/ logo
  • PE Set
  • House T-shirt
  • Friday Wear (ARIS Cloth)
  • ARIS Cardigan or ARIS Hoodie
    (no non-uniform sweatshirts, jackets, or hoodies may be worn)

 

Years 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 New Students 

  • White, Black, or Navy blue polo style shirt
If you don’t have a polo shirt:
  • Students should wear clothing of a modest nature suitable for a learning and work environment.
  • Pants must have no holes, rips, tears or frays, intentional or unintentional that expose the skin.
  • Shorts and skirts may be worn but must be no shorter than 5 inches above the center of the kneecap, even when leggings or tights are worn under them.
  • Tops must cover the shoulders, no spaghetti straps.
  • The midriff must be covered and strapless upper garments may not be worn.


If any student is still out of Ghana, please follow the dress code guidelines below.

School Dress Code Non Uniform Days 
The following non-uniform dress code applies to all students, male and female.
  • Students should wear clothing of a modest nature suitable for a learning and work environment.
  • Pants must have no holes, rips, tears or frays, intentional or unintentional that expose the skin.
  • Shorts and skirts may be worn but must be no shorter than 5 inches above the center of the kneecap, even when leggings or tights are worn under them.
  • Tops must cover the shoulders, no spaghetti straps.
  • The midriff must be covered and strapless upper garments may not be worn.
Note: If a student is in clothing that is in our opinion inappropriate for a school work setting then they should expect to be challenged. Parents will be contacted if a student joins the virtual classroom in clothing that is inappropriate. 
Thank you,
ARIS Secondary