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.
Getting ready for the Battle of the Books! by Eastbluff's Awesome Readers! - 7 months ago
"This group of 4th and 5th graders come to school early every Wednesday all year long to participate in our BOB (Battle of the Books) club. The goal is to read and understand 20 books selected for a "Battle" competition in March. The books are amazing - all different genres - from historical fiction to fantasy to science fiction. This year they read about a family fleeing Afghanistan, a boy growing up with a facial deformity, and the making of the atomic bomb, just to name a few. They are bright, brilliant, open-minded kids! We are excited to see how much they are learning! We worked with Custom Ink last year, and since I'd gotten such high-quality and fast service, choosing you again was a no-brainer. We had so many kids doing BOB this year, we had to hold a mock competition before selecting the kids to go on to the March competition. We wanted them to have cool shirts that evoked a college sports team, and that's exactly what we got! We look forward to working with Custom Ink again next month for our team T-shirts!"
ECHHS Alley Cats by ECHHS Alley Cats - 7 months ago
Winter Carnival with the Juniors by Winter Carnival with the Juniors - 7 months ago
Scrabble Team by Melanie D. - 7 months ago
Frosted in Fashion 2014 by fif models - 7 months ago
"This year the Glenbard West High school fashion club hosted their third annual Frosted in Fashion Charity event. Frosted in fashion is a fashion show and silent auction event in which all proceeds go to the Glen Ellyn Children's Resource Center, an after school tutoring program to low income refugee kids. This year's show was a tremendous success! We raised over $6,000! Here is a photo of some of our models rockin' their fif2014 custom ink tshirts! "
Can I get my extra credit now?? by AP Human Geography - 7 months ago
Norton Park Reading Eagles by Reading Eagles - 7 months ago
"CustomInk made it possible for Norton Park's 4th and 5th grade Reading Eagles to show their school spirit and love for reading at the Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl in GA. 28 Elementary schools competed on January 17 and although we placed 10th-our sweatshirts were on everyone's mind!! I wish you could see the back! Thank you CustomInk and Justin M. for making this happen for us (rush order). The kids have literally worn them EVERYDAY since they have gotten them! They are that warm, comfortable, and perfect!"
If we can't save Garmisch, we will sure as heck AVENGE it! by FBLA Vicenza High School - 7 months ago
"FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) is a student organization at Vicenza High School on a military base located in Vicenza, Italy. As a club, we learn professional business skills such as professional dress, resume writing, business ethics, etc. and participate in competitions against students around Europe each year at the Student Leadership Conference in Garmisch, Germany. Our slogan comes from the fact that it is because of our large chapter size and success at the conference that we literally "saved" or were able to even hold a conference last year. Since our charter year in 2010, we have always used Custom Ink to order our t-shirts and absolutely love the service. We have worked with customer service before one on one and they worked hard to make sure our deadline was met and that we had only the best quality products. The service is impeccable, the quality outstanding, and the final product exceeds our expectation."
Bu Duty by Team Exceptional - 7 months ago
"This outstanding group of people are members of the Special Education Department at The English High School in Jamaica Plain, MA. They are charged with teaching, caring, and support students with significant disabilities. These individuals work their tails off to ensure our babies receive the best education possible. At times, they are hit, kicked, and yelled at by students. They clean up throw up, change diapers, and feed students. When the rest of the school has gone home, this group of people are there waiting until the last bus. They don't complain, work long hours and do whatever it takes to get the job done. The entire team is awesome."