Updated: Oct 30
JLBC Civilian Clothing Standards
All clothes must fit properly.
May be worn under skirts only. cadet leggings and tights must be a solid color (red, white, gray, black, or navy); no patterns, holes, etc., are allowed.
Shoes must have a back strap, no slippers, and no flip flops. Shoes must be worn at all times.
A polo or oxford must be worn even under sweatshirts: red, navy, gray, black.
JLBC hats only, but must be removed indoors during program hours.
It should look neat and natural. Styles and colors that call undue attention to the wearer are not acceptable
Hair should always be neat and well-groomed. cadet Boys’ hair should be cut to be off the collar. Any facial hair should be neat and well-groomed.
Girls’ jewelry must be modest and in good taste. No gauges or other distractive piercings are allowed.
Earrings are allowed but should be modest and in good taste. No gauges or other distractive piercings are permitted.
Skirts are acceptable: black, gray, and plaid.
Skierts Length: no more than 2 inches above the top of the knee while standing.
It can be True Grits, Dickies, or a similar dress style in navy/khaki color.
No sport type of shorts allowed.
Girl’s length: no shorter than a 7-inch inseam.
Boys: shorts must be worn on the waist, exposing no undergarments.
Can be True Grits, Dickies, or a similar dress style in khaki color only
No sweatpants or warm-up pants
Girls’ pants may not be “skinny” or tight-fitting, with no jeggings, yoga pants, or workout pants.
Cadet Boys’ pants must be worn on the waist, exposing no undergarments. No “skinny” cut pants.
All JLBC sweatshirts (sport, club, class, and tours), cardigans, and jackets are acceptable.
College/University sweatshirts are permitted.
All other sweatshirts must be solid color only: JLBC red, white, gray, navy, and black.
Athletes will wear Khaki uniform bottoms and designated team polo on game day.
After program Activities
Neat, clean, modest, and appropriate attire is required.
Cadets who show up to program events and activities dressed improperly may be required to leave the event and have a student and parent conference with school administrators.
The JLBC administration makes the final decision regarding the appropriateness of student attire at school and school activities. The JLBC administration should ask questions regarding the suitability of dress or appearance before wearing it.