CMIS does not require that students wear uniforms to school. However, in order to maintain an atmosphere conducive to learning, and to help prepare students for a working environment, we require our students in all grades to exercise modesty and sensibility with respect to their personal appearance. We also acknowledge the need to dress in a way that is respectful of Thai culture. This excludes the wearing of clothing bearing inappropriate messages, ripped, excessively tight, short, skimpy, or revealing clothing. Tops should cover most of the shoulders, back and midriff. There should be no more than 15 centimeters (no shorter than the tips of fingers) revealed between the top of the knee and the hem of skirts or shorts, even when wearing tights or leggings. Where students are deemed to be dressed inappropriately, the counselor or an administrator shall contact parents and arrange for a change of clothes.
P.E. Dress Code:
- Students in Grades 1 to 8 in PE courses of any kind are expected to wear CMIS sports shorts and shirt* (both the gray and purple shirts are acceptable, as well as any CMIS sports jersey the student might have received). Suitable sports shoes are also required, and when participating in activities inside the gymnasium, students must change into clean soled gym shoes.
- Students from Grades 10 and above must wear appropriate PE attire, including clothing and shoes.