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Banner Up: How to Use Banners to Wow Students and Athletes Alike

Few schools these days find themselves without at least one championship banner. They’re an affordable way to show off your students’ achievements to all, plus a great way to begin your school branding. On top of all that, they’re easily movable, making it a cinch to decorate for tournaments or assemblies.

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Three Branding Tips for a Standout School Entrance

Whether it’s traditional, a foyer or atrium-style, a sort of hub-like entrance is a ubiquitous feature of high schools, middle schools, and elementary schools alike. Serving as a welcoming space that connects the school’s remaining wings and corridors, it’s an architectural core that pretty much every student and staff member will pass through at one point in their day—and thus a critical space when it comes to reinforcing your school branding ideas.

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My School Has no Brand and I Want One. Where do I Start?

If you’re like a majority of schools across America, you probably have some semblance of a student-body-wide identity. This can take the form of a mascot, collective values, and perhaps a few championship banners here and there.

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How to Unite All Your School Branding Products Into One Look

School branding is an artform in and of itself. Though art in the form of pictures might be presented on championship banners and wall graphics, creating a truly moving school atmosphere requires forethought, artistic skills, and a knack for imagining how a decorated space will look when filled with students.

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How to Find Branded Products That Work in Multi-Use Spaces

Using your gym as an assembly space, your art room as an English space—quite a few schools are under square-footage strains these days. This, in some cases, can make it hard to cater to each of a multipurpose space’s needs. For example, you’d want your bleacher enclosures to promote energy and rambunctiousness to a degree, but during a solemn assembly such effects can be counterproductive.

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How to Keep Day-to-Day Gym Classes Safe and Fun

When your athletes hit the court, you know they have the skills they need to keep themselves safe while playing hard. However, many schools offer or require a daily gym class—and while these classes are an important outlet for the entire student body, they can be tricky to run.

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All About Fonts: What’s the Best One to Use in Your School Branding?

Font plays a major role in establishing your school’s voice and identity. When it comes to school branding, the way text looks in your logo can make or break your attempts to engage your students, staff, and community.

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How to Boost Income for Your District’s Recreation Center

If your district is lucky enough to have a rec center, you’ve got a huge source of income just waiting to be tapped. However, this can be difficult to do in these current times, especially when you’re experiencing limited attendance.

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2021 Trends for High School Sports Facilities

Your sports facility should always be looking towards the future not only in practice, but also in design and upkeep. A school athletic space that falls behind the times and becomes irrelevant in the eyes of athletes, students, and fans loses a substantial chunk of its attendance-based income. Not to mention, it does the district it represents a great deal of disrespect.

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How to Create an Effective High-School Brand

While youngsters can be engaged by a school mascot making an appearance at a pep rally, the older students are a much tougher crowd, potentially turning up their noses at the same effort, or worse, even cringing. When looking to inspire school-wide pride with your branding in high schoolers, you must take a different, more nuanced approach.

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