All students attending the WISH Charter school will be expected to follow the School dress code. A common dress code promotes equity, a focus on learning, a positive school culture, and the idea that the mind and body are more important than clothing. Additionally, the dress code supports a safe school environment by helping staff to identify children who are and are not part of the school community, both on-campus and on field trips
Monday-Thursday Dress Code
Pants/Shorts/Skirts: Solid blue or beige, denim okay.
Dresses/Jumpers: Solid blue or beige dress.
Tops: Solid color white, blue, beige or red shirt.
School logo shirt: short or long sleeves, sleeveless, and wide-band tank tops are acceptable.
Shoes: Closed-toed, snug fitting shoes, no wheels.
Hats: No hats of any type are permitted to be worn in class.
Friday Free Dress
Clothing containing offensive slogans, symbols and other suggestive or controversial designs or
language is not allowed. The following are unacceptable: clothing designed with thin shoulder
straps, bare midriffs, halters or bare backs. Shoes must be closed-toed, snug fitting, and may
not have wheels. Shorts and skirts must be at least as long as the child’s fingertip by his or her
side. Socks that fall into these guidelines can be worn any day of the week.
Below please find a link to our supply list page. Please review it carefully. Each grade has a suggested supply list for the year and these donations are greatly appreciated. WISH will assure that every scholar has what is needed.
Thank you for your support! Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
WISH Middle House Program
1) Build a community across the middle school.
2) Create leadership opportunities amongst 6th-8th grades.
3) Provide character and team building exercises.
4) Instill fun traditions for WISH middle students!
All students in 6th-8th grades are divided into 9 groups called WISH HOUSES. Each house named after a California university or college: LMU, UCLA, Cal Poly, UC Santa Barbara, CSUN, Stanford, Long Beach, USC and Berkeley. Students meet with their houses once a month to participate in team building activities call "House Challenges" and work towards building their house motto and purpose.