Custom T-Shirts for middle school
Our mighty middle school vb team by T-Cats - over 1 year ago
Beauty is a Beast Cast by MMS - over 1 year ago
"This is a picture of our Middle School's fall play. This is only our second show, and these kids rocked! The show was last weekend, and it was incredible. I love that they were exposed to and developed a love for the art of theater. This is my second time working with CustomInk for Drama Club, and it was wonderful. Even this time, with the fear of delayed orders with Sandy, we received our shirts before the show. Thank you for making this so easy!"
Fight luekemia by Kaylee's fighters - almost 2 years ago
Group Photo by EMS Friends for Acceptance - about 2 years ago
Showing School Spirit by KIPP Cheerleading - over 2 years ago
Lego Robotics - Friendly Competition by Steven Zimmerman - over 2 years ago
"This is a photo of our school's two FLL Lego Robotics teams, the Legosaders and the Robosaders, posing in a friendly group shot before the state qualifying competition on Saturday where they will be forced to meet as rivals. They love their shirts (both designs created by the students) and it really adds to their team pride and unity."
"HotWired is the only all-girl team in our middle school robotics program. The girls wore their awesome team tshirts (designed on CustomInk.com by one of the girls) to the robotics tournament on Dec. 17th. Their robot was strong and smartly designed - just like their tshirts! CustomInk was great to work with and delivered a high quality tshirt with great graphics in less than a week!"
2011 Soda Challenge Winners by No Soda No Problem - almost 3 years ago
Tough Enough to Wear Pink by Young Entrepreneurs Program - almost 3 years ago
"This photo is from the local Dubois Rodeo in August 2011 on "Tough Enough to Wear Pink" night, in a show of support for breast cancer research. Students in Dubois Youth Activities, Young Entrepreneurs Program (YEP red shirts) make and sell popcorn, cotton candy, smoothies, and other concessions each Friday during the summer at the local rodeo. These middle school youth learn small business skills, how to use a cash register, how to market their products, and how to provide quality customer service. The goal of the program is to provide youth with educational and occupational learning experiences to help prepare them for the 21st century workforce. Profits from sales are split between the students and the Young Entrepreneurs Program, making it partially self-sustaining. "