The Latest on a Pennsylvania high school student who was barred from attending her prom because she wore a suit rather than a dress (all times local):

9:25 p.m.

A Pennsylvania school says parents were informed about its prom dress code months before a student was barred from attending because she wore a suit instead of a dress.

A statement Saturday from Bishop McDevitt High School in Harrisburg says the dress code was sent to parents three months ago specifying girls must wear formal dresses, and those who didn't would not be admitted.

Student Aniya Wolf tells WHTM-TV (http://bit.ly/1T5K6lV) her family got a last-minute email saying girls had to wear dresses. She says she's a lesbian who has worn a shirt and pants all three years she's attended the school.

Carolyn Wolf says she didn't think the dress code barred her daughter from wearing a suit, and the last-minute message was unfair.

Aniya was thrown out of Friday's prom.

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4:45 p.m.

A Pennsylvania high school student says she was barred from attending her prom because she was wearing a suit rather than a dress.

Aniya Wolf tells WHTM-TV (http://bit.ly/1T5K6lV ) she's a lesbian who has worn a shirt and pants for all three years she has attended Bishop McDevitt High School in Harrisburg.

Aniya and her mother say the family got a last-minute email saying girls had to wear dresses to attend the prom.

Mom Carolyn Wolf says she didn't think the dress code barred her daughter from wearing a suit and the last-minute message was unfair because they had bought a new suit.

Aniya says she decided to go to Friday's prom anyway but was thrown out.

Bishop McDevitt's principal hasn't returned a message left Saturday seeking comment.

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Information from: WHTM-TV, http://www.whtm.com