Custom High School T-Shirts - Designs - Clipart
Make your memories last with custom high school t-shirts from CustomInk! Custom school t-shirts are an essential part of the high school experience, and CustomInk makes it easy for you to express your school spirit! Memorialize your school play with fun drama t-shirts, celebrate your graduating class with custom class t-shirts, or borrow some of our graduation party ideas for an extra-special graduation blast! Check out the photos of our customers below for some high school t-shirt inspiration!
"We organized a surprise birthday party for my high school's new principal, Dr. Parry Graham. We got over 300 orders from students and teachers, so I think it's safe to say it'll be a birthday he'll never forget! It couldn't have been possible without CustomInk's quick, simple, and painless customer service and ordering process. "
Draughn Diamond Girls! by Kealia Reynolds - over 1 year ago
"I made the shirts for girls who had boyfriends or friends on the baseball team. We wear our shirts to almost every game they play. This particular game was played on Saturday, April 6, 2013. Our school, Draughn High School, played against Hibriten High School in a non-conference game over Spring Break. I have had the best experience working with CustomInk! I loved the whole entire process and can't wait to order more shirts from this company!"
Hip Hop Astronauts by Helix HS Air Bands, "Astronauts" - over 1 year ago
"These T-shirts were made for a high school air band contest, the theme was, "Space." The preforming group consists of both girls and guys. This picture is of the guys in the group, it shows the front and the back of the T-shirt's design. Customink made it easy to turn high school teenagers into flying high astronauts! Thank you Customink! (btw, they took first place!)"
What would your track coach do? by Laura - over 1 year ago
"Our track coach is always picking on us runners. Truthfully, we kinda look forward to it each day. But to get even for all the jokes and pranks he's pulled on us, we created a shirt that really reflects our thoughts about him. A few sneaky pictures, an hour or two of orginzation, and a few dollars later, we created the perfect shirt thanks to CustomInk. Taken in his classroom, the picture features the "old man" himself (in the middle), along with his team. So, WWRD? - what would Rogers Do?- well, simply, nothing!"
CCHA YA Galley Book Review Club by CCHS YA Galley Club - over 1 year ago
"CCHS YA Galley is a group of teens that collects and reads advanced copies of young adult novels, and reviews them for publishers. We have a blog and Twitter feed we use to share our reviews. We were accepted as official readers for YALSA the young adult wing of the American Library Association) as official reviewers for the Teens Top Ten, the national competition to choose the top 10 titles of the year. We have a strong group dynamic, and our club hoodies bring us together. We love them! And we love working with CustomInk!"
AP Spanish Class Dobson High School by Spanish AP Class Dobson High School - over 1 year ago
Spanish AP Class Dobson High School by Spanish AP Class Dobson High School - over 1 year ago
Road to Doha by Ms. Abney - over 1 year ago
"This is our club right after finishing broadcasting a webcast and panel discussion called Trash Travels that was viewed by students around the world! We are students at Washington Latin PCS in D.C., in an environmentalism and international studies program called Road to Doha in which students videoconference and collaborate in the US, Qatar, and Brazil. Because our webcast was about plastic pollution in the oceans, we chose Anvil sustainable shirts made from 50% recycled water bottles! They are good for the planet, super soft, and durable. We were behind schedule when we ordered, but the shirts arrived in only 5 days and we had them for the big day. We all love them!"
Twitt Squad on Top by TWITT SQUAD - over 1 year ago
"My team (Twitt Squad) wore our shirts for West Allis Central's very own March Madness tournament on March 22nd. The shirts were not only some of the flashiest, but were a great way to get our own personal twitter accounts more publicity. Each shirt had our @ name and the amount of tweets that we have in place of a traditional number. We gained a total of 56 followers as a team after the competition and had a lot of fun. As you can see in the photo, Twitt Squad always comes out on top. I am pictured second from the left in the top row. @treblackblack, if you were wondering :)"