K12 T-Shirt Design Ideas And Clipart
Put the cool in your school with custom K12 t-shirts! As you can see from the customer photos below, custom class t-shirts are the perfect way to show your school spirit and promote the clubs and teams closest to your heart. CustomInk makes it easy to design the perfect tees online in just a few clicks. Simply pick a product and add text, add art or upload a photo. For ideas and inspiration, check out our K-12 design ideas.
"Every year each section in the band creates their own unique section shirt. Since we all love the saxophone we only found it suitable to create a blunt shirt that shows this. Custom Ink was the perfect place to create these shirts. It was fast, fun, easy to do, and the staff was very helpful."
Millard West PitCrew by MillardWestPitCrew - almost 5 years ago
"This is a photo of all the pit crew for our band and the 15 foot cage that we put on our shirts. Its at Millard West High School in Omaha, NE and we move instruments, and in this case, a cage on to the field for our band competitions. I really enjoyed working with the customink team and how nice they were to hand draw our picture"
WHS Varsity Pumpkin Throwers by Anna-Chrisman - almost 5 years ago
Ms. Johnson's Gators by GatorMom - almost 5 years ago
You Do The Math. by EnglishDepartment - almost 5 years ago
English Teachers. You Do The Math. by EnglishDepartment - almost 5 years ago
TWCP Clarinets 2009 by AnnieAvary - almost 5 years ago
"This photo is in the opening set of our marching band show, which is what our t-shirt is based off of. Matt was always in the wrong spot and did the wrong thing at the wrong time, so the directors would always say "Matt Inman. You are WRONG." We made it into a joke and put it on the first shirts our section has ever made. CustomInk was awesome!!!!"
Syosset HS ACT 2009, "Lockdown" by Lockdown - almost 5 years ago
NYU Class of 2023 by ThirdGraders - almost 5 years ago
"I'm a third grade teacher to 20 wonderful students. I teach in Huntington Park, CA which is a low-socioeconomic area. The school is for underprivileged children who have been falling through the cracks in the public school system. It is very unfortunate because the current statistics say that only 7% of these children will have the ability to go to college. The mission of the Aspire School District and the school that I am working in is to expose the students to different colleges while teaching them the regular curriculum and encouraging them to work hard and make their way to college. In doing so, each teacher is required to choose a school for her class to learn about throughout the school year. There is research that states that at the end of 6th grade if you ask a child what they will do after high school, if they say college there is about an 80% chance they will really go. If they say "I don't know" or something other than college, the chance they will go to college is very low. By teaching students about college at an early age and making kids excited and motivated to go, their chance of going will increase! Every Friday the kids are encouraged to wear college t-shirts, especially those from the school their teacher has chosen to "adopt" for the year. Because I'm teaching in an area where most families don't have much money, most of the kids can't afford to buy their own shirts. I don't want any kid to be left out, so I need to raise money so all of the kids can have a shirt. Here are my students with their brand new shirts, printed by Custom Ink!"