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"I would like to wear my kilt to the grad ceremonies," said 19-year-old Hamish Jacobs, who is of Scottish descent.
Though school officials refused to comment on why the no-kilt dress code was created, a community resident said a previous graduate wore nothing under his kilt and exposed himself during the ceremony.
"He had a kilt on and he was inappropriately flashing himself."
"I told them I would wear something underneath just for respect for the school, but they said 'nope,' I can't w
"It's important to have rules in a school," a Raymond resident, who agrees with the school's kilt prohibition, told CBC News. "You have to say, 'This is the line and you can't go past it.'"
So I can understand the logic of not wanting anything distracting. It's supposed to be a serious night. Not really appropriate for someone wanting to make a statement or to be a focal point.