A true classic, the varsity jacket communicates achievement, skill, and prestige all at once. It’s an obvious choice for displaying hard-earned chenille patches, pins, medals—and the varsity letter, of course. But what if a jacket is not exactly your student’s style, or if you live somewhere warm, where a jacket won’t get much use? Or perhaps you have one stuffed in the back of a closet and you haven’t seen it for years? Fear not, waste not—students have a few different ways to display the accolades they’ve received, whether in sports, music, academics, school clubs, or all of the above! Here are three of our favorite options.
Reminiscent of the banners displayed in schools, our custom recognition banners for individual students are a great way for students and graduates to remember their school achievements and even showcase those accomplishments at graduation open houses. Constructed of high-grade felt and trimmed in a contrasting border color, these colorful banners are 18 x 24 inches, providing plenty of space for all the patches, pins, and medals that a student has received. They include a dowel rod and cord, making them especially easy to exhibit. Both parents and students like this option as a budget-friendly alternative to varsity jackets. Also, the lightweight material makes moving or storing these banners a breeze.