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School Spirit Lab Media Backdrops are the perfect way to promote your school, team or organizations during highly visible events, college signing days, press conferences, media interviews and photo shoots.
St. Rita of Cascia High School is located in Chicago, Illinois and one of our long-time customers. Over the past few years we have done wall graphics, acrylic displays, murals, helmet decals and more! For this project, their goal was to display their core values in the hallway of their main entrance. Displaying this important message in their main entrance sets a tone for all who visit the school.
Century Junior High School is located in Orland Park, a southwest suburb of Chicago. Over the last year we have worked on multiple projects with Century, including a large mural covering stage doors in their gymnasium. Century loved how their first mural turned out, so they reached out to the School Spirit Lab for help designing another one. This time they wanted to cover up the other side of the stage in the cafeteria. Make sure you check out the before and after pictures!
Core Values Wall
The Athletic Department of Hoffman Estates High School showcases their mission statement and core values with a unique mixed media wall display. This past summer, the Athletic Director of Hoffman turned to us with just a word document of their mission and values, and allowed our designer to have creative reign on how to display these important messages outside of their athletic office.
York High School in Elmhurst, Illinois celebrates its Centennial this year and collaborated with us to showcase 100 years of York through collaged posters. We worked diligently with the school and Alumni Association to create historical posters for each decade; showcasing what life was like at York in each decade.
The grand reveal of our largest windscreen project to date recently went up at James B. Conant High School in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. The Conant Cougars now proudly display 7,854 square feet of windscreen at their stadium. Wrapping around their entire track, and spanning across their bleachers and parking lot fence. A few sections of the windscreens were even broken up into separate panels so that the gates were still accessible. This vast amount of windscreen was broken up into a total of 57 pieces. The visitors’ side of the Conant track had the longest single stretch of windscreen measuring 536 feet!
Oswego High School has been a longtime, loyal customer of ours. This past summer their Athletic Director contacted us to walk through his field house facility. He wanted some ideas on how to fill the space with more pride and school spirit before the students returned in the fall. He told us how hard all of his athletes work and would love to reward their efforts with a more enjoyable space. Our design team accomplished this by creating large graphics for the walls, pillars and doors that incorporated their logo, school colors and motivational quotes. Installation took two days with two installers. This installation also included record board updates, graphics and record boards in their wrestling gym, large wall graphics in their auxiliary gym, updates to their football stadium, hallway graphics and softball fields.