Custom T-Shirts For Your School

Our customers really shine in their custom school t-shirts from CustomInk.com! Whether they’re for a daycare, senior class, a math club, a cheerleading squad, or a drama production, custom t-shirts are a great way to commemorate your school’s groups and events. Take a look at our customers’ photos for inspiration, or visit our school t-shirts page to get started on your own design!

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Sole2Soul goes to Haiti!! by Amy Gowan - over 1 year ago

Sole2 Soul Goes To Haiti!! T-Shirt Photo

"Sole2Soul just returned from it first trip to Haiti a couple of weeks ago! Seven team members took 426 pairs of new shoes to orphans and impoverished children in the city of Saint Marc, Haiti. We spent 9 days traveling to different orphanages and schools giving many children their very first pair of brand new shoes. What an experience and joy to give to these children that have so little. Custom Ink was amazing to work with!! From the customer service rep to the design team, we could not have asked for a better company to work with. They deliver what the say they will, when they say they will. Plans are in the works for our next trip and we will proudly be wearing our Custom Ink shirts on our next adventure! Sole2Soul is changing lives one step at a time!!!"

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Golden Eagles Flying High by Staunton River High School National Honor Society - over 1 year ago

Golden Eagles Flying High T-Shirt Photo

"The photo shows a small number of our members wearing the t-shirts that the president designed using CustomInk. The design, ordering and delivery were all quick, easy and we are thrilled with the t-shirts!!"

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The Energy Team by Robinson Power - over 1 year ago

The Energy Team T-Shirt Photo

"As teachers we feel that many of the t-shirts our students wear have a negative message. We wanted to create a shirt with a positive slogan to empower our students. By creating positive energy and a focus on the importance of their education our students will aspire to succeed. Creating this shirt was a spontaneous moment and the site made it so easy to turn my idea into reality. From idea to creation was quick and easy and customer support walked me through the ordering process."

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Lots Of Attitude! by Archery Team 8th Graders - over 1 year ago

Lots Of Attitude! T-Shirt Photo

"Our school archery team recently wore their shirts to the state tournament. We can home ranked 15th! For a small school and our first effort, we are so proud. Our CustomInk shirts looked fabulous! Here's our 8th graders showing their archery team attitudes!!"

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Art-a-palooza! by (ACE) Arts Coalition of Eudora - over 1 year ago

Art A Palooza! T-Shirt Photo

"ACE (Arts Coalition of Eudora) is an all volunteer group that provides art classes to the students of Eudora Elementary School in Eudora, Kansas. Today we hosted our first annual Art-a-palooza and had tons of hands-on activities for students at this free event. One of our activities was to help a local celebrated artist, Tina Murano, construct a glass tile mosaic of our school mascot that will hang at the school. We wear our shirts for "art classes" at the school and for special events. My volunteers have told me countless times how much they love these shirts. The quality is amazing and the ease of working with Custom Ink was remarkable. We would love to order again-maybe some youth shirts!"

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What would your track coach do? by Laura - over 1 year ago

What Would Your Track Coach Do? T-Shirt Photo

"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!"

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Palm Beach County Walk for Autism 2013 by Wellington Landings Middle School - over 1 year ago

Palm Beach County Walk For Autism 2013 T-Shirt Photo

"Even though it was a very cold south FL morning:-), my school team and I walked in the Palm Beach County Walk for Autism on March 3, 2013 to help raise money for autism. We had a blast in our amazing CustomInk tshirts!!!!!!!! Thank you for everything you did to help us create the perfect shirt for the autism walk!!!!!!!"

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Wonder Women by Maddie - over 1 year ago

Wonder Women  T-Shirt Photo

"On March 22-23 my friends and I participated in Relay for Life which Is a walk for cancer where you stay up all night. Our school raised over $200,00 for the American Cancer Society. I love customink and I've used them for last years relay for life and many other events. Thank you!"

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Road to Doha by Ms. Abney - over 1 year ago

Road To Doha T-Shirt Photo

"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!"

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Marshall Elementary Track Team Shirts by Track Team - over 1 year ago

Marshall Elementary Track Team Shirts T-Shirt Photo

"We ordered new shirts for the Marshall Track Team. This photo was from our regional track meet. The shirts gave the team a more positive, "team" feeling and several of the children are moving up to the City meet in April to show off their shirts again! "

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