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K-12 T-Shirt Design Ideas & Templates
Design custom t-shirts for your K-12 group at CustomInk! Whether you're looking for band t-shirts, youth t-shirts, field day t-shirts, daycare t-shirts or custom hoodies.
CustomInk has everything you need to create the perfect design. Check out the customer photos below for K-12 ideas and inspiration or head on over to our list of senior class quotes and slogans!
LMS Paws For The Cause by LMSLions - about 4 years ago
"This was our schools 2009 Madison Alabama Relay for Life Team photo supporting the American Cancer Society. Our team walked to celebrate our "Family of survivors" and remember those who had cancer and no longer with us. Working with CustomInk was GREAT!!! The shirts were wonderful and we won 1st place in the Madison Relay for Life T-shirt design contest."
Grinnell Wheatland 2009 JH Track and Field Team by GW-JH-Track-Team - about 4 years ago
"This picture is of the 2009 Grinnell/Wheatland JH Track Team. In this photo, we are attending our 2nd track meet of the season. Our track team purchased shirts from you this year, and the kids and parents absolutely love them! The shirts have also apparently brought us luck, because we won our first track meet! Also, on the day this photo was taken, our boys received 1st place and the girls received 3rd! Working with CustomInk has been not only easy but also helpful. They quickly answered ALL of my questions, and I plan on being a CustomInk supporter in many of the future sports that I coach! Thanks again, CustomInk!"
Teck_Squad by Teck_Squad - about 4 years ago
A Midsummer NIght's Dream by Eliza - about 4 years ago
"The students of Providence Christian Academy took a week off of school to put on shakspeares A Midsumer Nights Dream. They all enjoyed there color coded tshirts.I'm sure some would have prefered them to the costumes they had to wear. This is our group picture in front of the sign the friday of the performance"
2nd place Regionals Science Olympiad by MatoacaMiddle_clark - about 4 years ago
"The first year any team from Chesterfield county has participated in Science Olympiad. We all chose the color together, and came up with a neat design on the back, that we got right off of the clipart provided. We chose to write science olympiad in greek letters and put a 2009 on the back with the atom nuclei in for the double zeros. Many people commented on the design and the picture was placed up on the Randolph Macon Science Olympiad website. Very cool!"
Senior Prom "Lucky to be with you" by Joyce - about 4 years ago
Fun on a Ferry by SP-BBallers - about 4 years ago
The Play's the Thing.... Hamlet -Act II Scene 2 by ForgeDRAMA - about 4 years ago
"Members of the DRAMA 3 & 4 class at Colonial Forge High rocked their t-shirts on the day of their Hamlet performance! Each year we do a Shakespeare show which is directed by a student. This year we did Hamlet AND Taming of the Shrew! CustomInk really did help us make the shirts customized- and as always they turned out GREAT!"
Sweatshirts that stand out by Juniper - about 4 years ago
"The Living Village is composed of six houses. Our house is called "Juniper". The word house is intentionally used because it connotes a warm, intimate family setting (the word dormitory describes a more institutional setting). Each house is designed to accommodate up to sixteen students (eight males, eight females) in two separate sleeping quarters. In addition to the sleeping quarters, each house has a common room, a laundry room, and a small workroom which all residents are welcome to use. A student¹s immediate living area (with bed, desk, and wardrobe) has a tackable surface and a bulletin board for personal posters and pictures. All houses have wireless internet access and at least two computers for student use. Houseparents live in apartments attached to each house. The culture of each house varies according to the personalities of the houseparent(s) and students; however, members of each house strive to create a family atmosphere in which students feel safe, emotionally nourished and comfortable sharing the issues they encounter throughout the day. The family atmosphere is enhanced because students work together on house chores, cooking special meals (otherwise students eat in the Lodge), house activities, house meetings, house retreats, and intramurals. Students have ongoing conversations, both formal and casual, with their houseparent(s) and peers. Within each house there are opportunities to learn from different cultures and experiences. Houseparents, all of whom are Eagle Rock staff, have a variety of responsibilities. These include the following: * Provide guidance to students within the house using 8 + 5 = 10 as a foundation. * Maintain contact with students families. * Provide daily opportunities for students to check-in. * Create an atmosphere that encourages student voice and shared decision- making. * Coordinate an adult support team, consisting of 4 to 6 ERS colleagues. Residential life increases the capacity of staff and students to form close relationships with each other. These relationships help students attend to dynamics that can enhance personal and academic growth. The residential setting offers a safe communal environment for developing life skills and communication skills, working in teams, developing mediation and conflict resolution skills, and understanding different cultures. It also provides many opportunities for leadership. All of this is within the context of the ERS value system of 8 + 5 = 10."