How to Show School Pride


There are many ways to show your school pride, and it's fun, especially when you are attending a school event. In addition, teachers tend to look more favorably upon students who go out of their way to show school pride.

Things You'll Need

  • Clothing and accessories with school colors
  • Window paint (optional)
  • Items with school colors or logo
  • Wear school colors. There are many different ways to incorporate your school colors into your wardrobe. Shirts, hats, shoelaces, jewelry and jackets are all great ways you can add your school colors to your outfit. Girls can wear barrettes and other hair accessories in school colors. Show your school pride through your clothes anywhere you go, not just school events.

  • Show your school pride on your car if you have one. Buy a personalized license plate bracket. You can also use paint made for use on windows to write phrases and pictures on your car windows. If you do this, however, make sure that you don't obstruct your line of vision.

  • Decorate your locker and backpack if you have them. You can buy patches and key chains for your backpack. Make your own posters for your locker if your school allows that. Everyone will know which locker is yours and you will be able to show your school pride to anyone who walks by. Purchase items such as cups, shirts and pens with your school colors and logo on them. Use them when possible.

  • Be active in your school. Nothing says that you are proud of your school more than participating in school organized sports or other extra curricular activities and striving to excel at what you do.

  • Throw pre- or post-game parties for schoolmates. Make them safe but fun, and find ways to celebrate your school pride. Decorate if you want, have games or watch a movie. Above all, do it in the name of celebrating your school.

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