How to Create a School Logo?

Learn how to create an impactful school logo that symbolizes education, growth, and community, ensuring your institution stands out.

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Language classes are most profitable to advertise, including in the design framing from the flags of countries whose languages ​are taught or a hieroglyph, as in East Side School, where they study the East. English is best highlighted in logo elements of the flag UK or USA. If you need to identify a music class, it’s natural that you should pay attention to the use of the treble clef, especially if it can be “beaten” in the title. Art schools, by tradition, depict a palette and brush on their coat of arms.

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A high school logo may be universal or embody a specific school community. Take the most expensive schools in the world for example: Institut Le Rosey and College Beau Soleil. In terms of school sports teams, more often than not you will see warm colors (red, yellow, orange) that create a motivation to move, or black and white. In this case, fast and strong animals are depicted – for example, the logo of the famous hockey team Princeton Tigers.

Beau Soleil Logo
Princeton High School Logo
Carmel Catholic High School Logo
Colorado High School Charter Logo
Industrial Junior High School Logo
Lincoln High School Logo
Eastside Christian School Logo

How to choose the right elements?

When designing a school logo, one should think about its form. Traditionally it is an oval or a circle, but why stick to the established forms, if you can use an octagon or any other shape that will be in harmony with the rest of the elements.

British International School Logo
Mount Carmel School Logo
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Pensatola Catholic High School Logo

As for images, typically a high school logo includes a book, a graduation hat, a laureate wreath, a tree, or animal silhouettes symbolizing wisdom, bravery, fairness, and other moral qualities. Cold colors (blue, green) are a priority; sometimes warm colors (red, yellow) or black-and-white are good options.

McHenry High School Warriors Logo
Ridgewood High School Logo
Saint Jeromes Academy Logo
Princeton School  Logo

How to choose the right colors?

Think about the importance of colors, it’s better if their brightness does not distract attention from the semantic load. Try to use dull blue, beige, and white with red inclusions.

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