Leland Stanford Middle School

Academic Attire

Stanford's Uniform

School IDs must be displayed above the waist. 


Bottom: SOLID black only.

Black jeans with contrasting stitching and faded black denim “look-alike” clothing are not allowed. 


Tops: SOLID red, SOLID grey, SOLID Black or SOLID white -- (undershirts must be solid red, grey, black, or grey). 


Stripes and patterns are not permitted on tops or bottoms. 


Sweatshirts, sweaters, light jackets, and outer wear (jackets, coats) must be:

• SOLID red, SOLID white, SOLID grey or SOLID black.  

• Stanford sweatshirts are recommended and available for purchase.

• Non-Stanford logos should be no larger than the size of a “quarter” coin.

• Must not expose non-uniform clothing. 



  • Size appropriate clothing is required.
  • No bare midriffs.
  • Undergarments may not be exposed.  
  • Approved Stanford team jerseys and warm-ups may be worn.
  • Shoes must adhere to LBUSD standards – closed toe only - no slippers, no “flip flops” 
  • Shorts and skirts must be an appropriate length.  Shorts and skirts must be longer than the reach of the student’s thumb. “Rule of Thumb”
  • Hoods must remain down at all times on campus.
  • Hats, head bands, wave caps, bandanas, hairnets, and combs in the hair are not permitted.
  • Tears, holes, patches, slits in the seams, and ragged hems in clothes and shoes are not permitted. 
  • No fishnet or patterned stockings. 
  • Leggings / tights must be SOLID black and only worn with tops that are thumb lengths or under appropriate bottoms. 
  • No gloves, chains, badges, patches, spiked accessories, and initialed belt buckles.
  • No tank tops, swimsuits, sweat pants, yoga pants, short shorts, beach attire, low neckline, low back line, spaghetti straps, lace, or shoulder exposing garments are permitted.  
  • No gang-related writing on backpacks, shoes, and clothing.
  • Tattoos must be covered. 





Uniform violators will be given every opportunity to change into the correct Stanford uniform.  Repeat offenders are subject to progressive discipline.