"A male administrator came to (the) classroom, told her she needed to consider the guys in her class and their hormones when choosing her wardrobe."
The ACLU stepped in after there were concerns about the school's enforcement of the dress code, which had been revised to allow leggings.
“We understand the need for dress code, schools have the right to have a dress code, but what [are they] teaching the girls about themselves?”
As high school students arrived at Marion P. Thomas Charter School in Newark, N.J., on the first day of class, they weren't expecting to be rejected at the door. That's exactly what happened.
Two students from Marcus High School in Flower Mound, Texas, took to their Twitter accounts on Thursday to share concerns over the video that was shown in school.
The teen says he noticed for months that other students were wearing the accessory without being penalized.
Two teen boys ensured that their outfits met their school's non-gender specific dress code but their pantless debut still resulted in punishment.
Here's a real-life story that just might have you believing in fairy tales — about a Chicago boy who was ditched by his so-called friends on prom night but walked away a winner.
Carter Brown, 19, died tragically weeks before the prom. His father made sure Carter's girlfriend had a memorable night.
During the day, an assistant principal pulled Brittney Coelho aside to point out an issue with her wardrobe — the fact that she wasn’t wearing a bra.
"I was stopped by an aide who asked me if I had another shirt with me," Samantha Sollitto tells Yahoo Lifestyle. "When I responded no, she gave me a plain navy T-shirt."
Alongside a few young men in black and grey suits, Donyell Meredith II was rocking a short-sleeved jacket and cropped pants, which have garnered a lot of attention on Twitter.
After going viral with a Black Lives Matter gown in 2017, Terrence Torrence is now turning heads with another creation: a suit jacket featuring the face of Michelle Obama, designed for a Mississippi teen.
In the age of social media, celebrating getting into college goes beyond announcing just to family and friends, as teens take to their Twitter accounts to share the proud moment with all of their followers.
After the passing of her great-grandmother, 17-year-old Skyler Branch decided she wanted to somehow honor her relative, as well as others who have inspired her, with a special dress on the big night.
The 18-year-old has been banned from the prom because of his gun-related social media posts: "2nd amendment part 2. YeeYee," he tweeted.
“What made me want to do this was the fact that women in my school get dress-coded for showing a little shoulder or some stomach area,” says Phil Rodriguez.
Teen's date ditched her for homecoming, so her sister Photoshopped Ryan Reynolds and Patrick Dempsey into the photos.
An upsetting video of a teen with special needs getting shoved and slapped at school by a fellow student is igniting anger across the internet.