• Student Education Advisory Council Information

    Student Education Advisory Council Information

  • BCPS Student Dress code

    BCPS - Dress code link.

    Appropriate dress and grooming can help to create a positive learning environment. Other attire may be allowed for special school activities with approval of the school administration. Possible consequences for violating the dress code are found in the Discipline Matrix. Changes in clothing trends will not override the dress code policy.


    Students have a right to wear stylish clothes of their choice as long as those clothes are appropriate for school, are not dangerous to health and safety, and do not create a substantial and material disruption of the school.


    Students have a responsibility to dress neatly and appropriately, to be clean and well groomed.


    All students are expected to honor their responsibilities and dress in a way that respects the rights of others.

    1. Footwear must be worn at all times. For grades K-12, bedroom slippers are not allowed, and for elementary students, backless footwear is not allowed. Parents should ensure that the footwear their students wear to school does not impede their safety.

    2. Special clothing, including footwear, may be required for safety reasons in certain programs or activities such as physical education, home economics, career/technical education, and science.

    3. Revealing clothing or clothing that exposes the torso is not allowed. Examples include, but are not limited to: tank tops or spaghetti straps without overblouses (long shirts) or jackets; see-through garments; mini-skirts or mini-dresses; halters; backless dresses; jackets, shirts, or blouses tied at the midriff; and bare midriff outfits.

    4. Clothing which is not worn appropriately, is not properly fastened, or has tears that are *indecent will not be permitted. All trousers, including oversized or low-hanging trousers, must be worn and secured at waist level.

    5. Garments including, but not limited to, pajamas, boxer shorts, bloomers, and bustiers, which were traditionally designed as undergarments, sleepwear, or beachwear, may not be worn as outer garments. Other clothing not allowed are: leggings without overblouses (long shirts) that reach mid-thigh, tights, bodysuits, or hosiery, including those with lace trim, and bicycle racing attire unless they are worn underneath dresses, skirts, or shorts of appropriate length. Appropriate T-shirts may be worn as outer garments.

    6. Clothing that exposes the upper thigh is not allowed. Shorts that are not shorter than mid-thigh, including walking shorts,

    Bermuda shorts, and split skirts (culottes), are allowed. For Pre-K through 3, shorter shorts may be worn since these are standard attire for these ages.

    7. Clothing, jewelry, buttons, haircuts, or other items or markings which are, *suggestive, *revealing, or *indecent, associated with gangs or cults, encourage the use of drugs, alcohol, or violence, or support discrimination on the basis of age, color, disability, ethnicity, gender, linguistic differences, marital status, national origin, race, religion, socioeconomic background, sexual orientation, physical appearance, or on any other basis are not allowed.

  • 2021_2022 Bell Schedule

    bell schedule

  • Clear up those Obligations

    Clear up those obligations:
    Check Virtual Counselor for obligations.

    Need to clear obligations to partipate in:

    Athletics, Homecoming Dance, Grad Bash, Prom, Graduation Activities, and other senior activities.

    Don't wait until the last minute...

    Look through your room for textbooks or library books and return them the first week of school.

    (Be sure text books have your name and teacher in them so you get credit.)

    To pay off any obligations, go online... 

  • Student Parking Pass Application

    Download the application and complete it prior to bringing it in. You may complete part of it online, but you must download the pdf first, open in it using Acrobat Reader and fill it out. If you open it in the browser the information you add may not print. 

    Print it out and you sign and a parent/guardian signs. 

    Parking pass application. pdf

  • 2020 Emergency Preparedness Manual

    2020 Emergency Preparedness Manual pdf

  • Student Code of Conduct Online

     Knight logo

    Parents and students, the Code of Student Conduct Handbook Goes Green! Parents are invited to review the Code of Student Conduct Handbook and complete the required forms by accessing the Back to School Forms link found on the Broward Schools' webpage at https://www.browardschools.com/Page/38091.

  • Instructions for Student Single Sign-On

    Student Single Sign-on Instructions pdf download

    instructions page 1 instructions page 2

  • Florida College/University Admission Matrix

    Admission Matrix for Florida Colleges and Universities
    Florida Admissions Matrix (pdf)

    See what you need to achieve for the college or university of your choice.

  • Make-up Work Policy

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  • Consequences for Vaping on Campus

    Vaping consequences

  • Bright Futures Scholarship Information

    Don't forget to complete the application for Florida Bright Futures. It could mean money savings for college.

  • FASFA Student Financial Aid Information



    Free or Reduced lunch? Qualify for PELL Grant
    Federal Deadline
    Online applications must be submitted by midnight Central Time, June 30, 2018.

    Any corrections or updates must be submitted by midnight Central Time, September 15, 2018.

    State Deadline
    Florida - May 15, 2018 (date processed)

    College Deadline
    Check with the college(s) you are interested in attending. You may also want to ask your college about its definition of an application deadline - whether it is the date the college receives your FAFSA, or the date your FAFSA is processed.

     For more opportunities check out the Federal Student Aid site: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/