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Brazos High School is a secured campus. Doors located at the commons, bus porch, and athletic hallway will be unlocked from 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM. At 8:00 AM, all exterior doors will be locked. After 8:00 AM, visitors, late students, parents, etc may only enter through the commons door or bus porch door. There are buzzers, voice boxes, and video cameras located at each of these entrances. The secretary, or designee, will grant access to visitors. Thank you for helping us to keep Brazos High School a safe, secure learning environment.

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Welcome Back Cougars!!!
Monday is the BIG day!!! The Brazos High School faculty and staff are ready for an AWESOME year filled with success, growth, and victory.
Classes begin promptly at 8:00 AM Monday.

Be sure you are in dress code


The district’s dress code is established to teach grooming and hygiene, prevent disruption, and minimize safety hazards.  Students and parents may determine a student’s personal dress and grooming standards, provided that they comply with the following:

With the exception of school issued uniforms (e.g., athletics, band, cheerleaders, etc.) and school sanctioned specialty events (e.g., banquets, prom, etc.), students must comply with the following at all Brazos Independent School District sponsored activities including, but not limited to

  • the school day from the moment a student arrives at Brazos Independent School District to the moment that he or she is off Brazos Independent School District grounds
  • at all school sanctioned events after the regularly scheduled day and
  • at sites away from Brazos Independent School District where Brazos Independent School District is participating 
  • Student dress and grooming expectations will be provided for specialty events such as prom and banquets. 

Please note that the Brazos Independent School District administration has the right to impose any other dress code regulation at his or her discretion.

Females and Males


  • Shirts designed to be buttoned must be buttoned, unless a school appropriate undershirt is worn.
  • See-through shirts are allowed if a school appropriate undershirt is worn.
  • Bare midriffs are not allowed. Midriffs should not be seen at any time. Exposed undergarments are not allowed.
  • Saggy, baggy, or oversized pants are not allowed. Pants must be worn at the waist level.
  • Ragged, torn, and cut garments which expose skin or undergarments above the knee are not allowed.
  • Patched garments are allowed.
  • Pajamas are not allowed.
  • Shorts may be worn, whereas they are not more than 3 inches above the knee. Shorts that are exceptionally baggy, tight, or wide legged are not allowed.
  • Athletic and knit shorts are not allowed in Grades 6-12.
  • Shoes with a substantial sole must be worn. House shoes, shower shoes, and slippers are not allowed.
  • Headgear is not allowed during the instructional day (e.g., bandannas, caps, hats, hoods, sweatbands, etc.). Headgear is not allowed to be visible (e.g.,  carried in the hallways, attached to a backpack, etc.). Visible headgear will be confiscated by the campus administration. However, hair accessories for females are allowed.
  • Tattoos that are visible during normal dress (i.e., forearms, upper arms, feet, ankles, calves, torso, and neck) are not allowed.
  • Gang related clothing articles, as identified by school or law enforcement officials, are not allowed. Bandannas may not be displayed as decoration. Articles of clothing that advertise tobacco and alcohol products are not allowed. Discriminatory, lewd, offensive, sexually oriented, or vulgar articles of clothing (e.g., blood, body parts, destruction, images of death, mutilation, etc.) are not allowed. This applies to student supplies and materials.


  • Hair rakes, combs, and sharp hairpins are not allowed.


  • Body piercing is limited to the ears only for females.
  • Dog collars, studded wrist bands, studded arm bands, chains and any other unorthodox type of jewelry are not allowed.
  • Dark glasses are not allowed unless prescribed by a physician. Cumbersome jewelry is not allowed



  • Shirts must be tucked-in; the waist line must show. This includes Grades 3-12. Sleeveless shirts are not allowed.


  • Designs cut in the head are not allowed. Also, Mohawks and ponytails are not allowed. Hair should be uniform in length and cover the entire head area. Hair should not extend lower than the eyebrows, past the middle of the ear, nor should it extend lower than the top of the collar of a standard dress shirt. Hair color must be within naturally occurring shades. Natural looking highlights are acceptable; two-tone and multicolored hair are not.
  • Braided hair is allowed as long as all other hair requirements are met.
  • Facial hair is not allowed (e.g., mustaches, beards, goatees, etc.). Sideburns should not extend past the base of the ear, whereas sideburns should be no more than 1 inch wide.


  • Earrings are not allowed. This includes ear gauges, bars, fillers, plugs, tapers, etc.



  • Due to the nature of women’s clothing, non-tucked shirts are permissible. 
  • Sleeveless shirts are allowed as long as each strap is a minimum of 3 inches wide.
  • Halter tops, camisole tops, midriff tops, and other low-cut or revealing tops are not allowed. This includes backless garments.
  • Skirts may be worn, whereas both the length and the slit are not more than 3 inches above the knee. Elementary students must wear shorts or leggings underneath skirts and dresses.
  • Skirts, dresses, and tops which are at least fingertip length may be worn with leggings.


  • No designs are to be cut in the hair. Also, Mohawks are not allowed. Hair should be uniform in length and cover the entire head area.
  • Hair color must be within naturally occurring shades of color. Natural looking highlights are acceptable; two-tone and multicolored hair are not.


  • Ear piercing is limited to two earrings per ear.        Ear gauges, bars, fillers, plugs, tapers, etc. are not allowed.
  • Nose piercings and facial piercings are not allowed.

If the principal determines that a student’s grooming or clothing violates the school’s dress code, the student will be given an opportunity to correct the problem at school. If not corrected, the student will be assigned to in-school suspension for the remainder of the day, until the problem is corrected, or until a parent or designee brings an acceptable change of clothing to the school.

Repeated offenses may result in more serious disciplinary action in accordance with the Brazos Independent School District Student Code of Conduct

Brazos High School Announcements

2016 Student Registration Packets

If you are enrolling your child for the first time in any Brazos ISD School or if your child left Brazos ISD and is returning please call your campus registrar to make a registration appointment
Brazos High School Registrar - Rachel Martinez 979-478-6832
Brazos Middle School Registrar - Cindy Marek - 979-478-6814
Brazos Elementary School Registrar - Donna Butler 979-478-6610

2016 Returning Student Registration Packet
(Choose this one if your child was enrolled in any Brazos ISD school as of June 2, 2016)

Click on the link for the Student Registration Packet that applies to your student.
Download/save the file to your computer.
Locate the saved file on your computer and open the saved file
Fill in the form
When you are done, choose SAVE AS and add your child's name
You can either print the file at home and sign at home or send the file to your child's school as an email attachment.  The file will be available for you to sign when you come to meet the teacher.
Brazos High School Registrar - Rachel Martinez
Brazos Middle School Registrar - Cindy Marek -
Brazos Elementary School Registrar - Donna Butler
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