Prince George's County Public Schools
  • Uniform Dress Code 

    Uniforms at Charles Herbert Flowers are mandatory and enforced.  To assure that you are compliant with our dress code, read the following about the updated uniform policy for the 2016-2017 school year.

    Students attending Flowers must be readily differentiated from non-attendees, which support our chief objective of providing your child with a safe and orderly environment. With that, there are several changes in the uniform from previous years:

     

    • 9th grade students will wear WHITE, COLLARED UNIFORM SHIRTS

    • 10TH AND 11TH grade students will wear GREEN, COLLARED UNIFORM SHIRTS

    • 12TH grade students will wear BLACK, COLLARED UNIFORM SHIRTS

    • Black Pants (SWEAT PANTS OR LEGGINGS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED. IF PANTS DO NOT HAVE POCKETS IN THE FRONT AND BACK THEY WILL NOT BE ALLOWED)

    • Skirts (must pass “fingertip” test and cannot be spandex in material).

    • Shoes can be any color, but must have a closed toe and heel (NO clogs, crocs or sandals).

    • “Hustle Harder” wear and other items with the Charles H. Flowers High School logo can be purchased to be worn on Friday’s only.


    Upcoming Uniform Sales

    Additionally, we have established a partnership which will allow us to conduct direct sales to our school community for all of their uniform shirt needs. If you are a 9th grade parent who has already purchased Science/ Technology uniform shirts from an outside vendor and they do not match our color requirements, please bring the item to the school, along with the receipt, and we will conduct a “color swap” of the items. Uniform sale dates will occur at the school in the Administrative lobby on the following dates:


    Thursday, August 4th    5:30-7:30

    Thursday, August 11th   5:30- 7:30

    Thursday, August 18th   5:30-7:30


    Please ensure that your child is prepared to meet this requirement on the first day of school. Failure to comply with this mandate will lead to students being denied access to the classroom until the issue is addressed.


    Uniform Companies   

    All American Wear