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February 29, 2016
INDIANAPOLIS – (February 23, 2016) – Students at three Indianapolis high schools were recently visited by former NFL player and motivational speaker, CL “Shep” Shepherd, who shared the struggles of his upbringing and how his decision to “go against the flow” led him to seek a life of success rather …
January 25, 2016
INDIANAPOLIS – Jan. 21, 2016 – Herff Jones announced its support of TC Howe High School in Indianapolis through the donation of cheerleading uniforms after the cheer team received criticism about outdated, mismatched uniforms worn on a WTHR television appearance last October.The school lacked a consistent cheerleading program until Ashley …
May 15, 2015
The elements of a championship ring should symbolize and celebrate the team’s memorable accomplishment. The Pawtucket Red Sox formed a ring committee when they won Minor League Baseball’s International League Championship (aka Governors’ Cup). Their goal? To create the perfect keepsake. They wanted the finished product to embody the hard-fought 2014 title that they …
February 18, 2015
Varsity Brands has announced the search for America’s Most Spirited High School, a nationwide initiative that will end on National School Spirit Day on September 25, 2015, with one school winning a $25,000 grant. National Association of Secondary Principals Conference is taking place in San Diego, California, and is expecting more than 1,500 high school principals and assistant principals.
September 16, 2014
Boxer Charles “The Hatchet” Brewer finally got what he deserved: a ring from the International Boxing Federation for defending his super middleweight title three times in the 1990s.
September 4, 2014
Students with higher levels of school spirit perform better academically, are more civically engaged, and are happier in general than their less-spirited peers, according to research released today by Varsity Brands.