FUN FACT: American made products don't get stuck on cargo ships.
Made in USA v. Made Anywhere Else
Just imagine if there was a company located in the United States that provided schools and colleges with academic recognition products also made in the United States. Wouldn't that be great? Well, there is such a company that cares more about the economy of this nation than the big name conglomerates that provide honor cords and stoles made in such places as China, Vietnam, Mexico and elsewhere.
We are a U.S. based supplier of student recognition products designed specifically for academic ceremonies such as graduations, convocations and honor society inductions. Our commitment to the schools and colleges we serve is to provide their graduates with products made in the United States. That's because it is the right thing to do for you and for your graduates.
The important role of class officers.
You entered the political arena at your school. You campaigned hard, presented your plans, gained the support of your peers and were elected as a class officer for the Class of 2023. Now what?
You now join in rank class officers of over 26,000 public and private high schools in the United States, all with matching or similar goals and responsibilities. Each team of class officers has one common enemy --- procrastination.
Set a realistic timetable to reach your goals and stick to that timetable. When is homecoming? When is the senior prom and where will it be held? What traditions unique to your school are expected at your graduation ceremony?
Let's start with some job descriptions. Most schools (read more)
Select from over 100 color combinations of honor and grad cords all made in the United States
Bright gold satin with HONOR embroidered or screened in black. All crafted in the United States.
Select from a wide variety of popular class officer titles screened in black on bright gold satin. Made in USA.
Select from a wide array of rich colors of satin and add your own design and lettering. Made in the USA.
Some Answers to Common Questions
The more you know about the protocol and long-standing traditions that surround the high school and college graduation ceremony, the better your ceremony will be. Our staff is comprised of lone-time and proven experts in the field of academic ceremony protocol. A simple understanding of the meaning and purpose behind the attire, recognition cords and stoles as well as the order of events will help you develop and orchestrate a commencement ceremony with memorable and lasting effects.
Below are some articles developed by our staff to help you with your planning: