Brand focused design, printing, and marketing
for schools!

What We Do


Custom designed course catalogs, school handbooks, admissions booklets, calendars, brochures, flyers, postcards, stationery, and more!


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We offer full printing services for all types of marketing collateral and custom stationary needs.


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From hang tag parking permits to magnets and decals, we offer a diverse array of school products for your event, recruitment, sporting, and school spirit needs.


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Custom Course Catalogs

Need some professional help with your course catalog?
Each course catalog is unique and branded to your school's colors and style.
You provide the content and we'll provide the custom professional design.

You were flexible and very responsive whenever we had a question or concern. You were very gracious with your time and always open to needs!

Maureen Quiles-Rosa Simon Gratz Mastery Charter was truly an amazing company to work with. They went above and beyond any of my expectations in helping to create and produce our Virtual Presentations. The team was always accessible and the portal was very easy to manage in uploading material. I would highly recommend

David Shover Millersburg High School

Valerie is wonderful to work with and very responsive to all of our design and printing needs. I highly recommend her and have referred her to others many times already. Call her with an idea and she will make it a reality. Valerie also finds you the best price and works within your budget. I highly recommend her work!

Jason Peel Milford High School

We are happy to say that our entire experience was exceptional from the first phone call expressing our interest in seeing the final product in hand. The quality of the product is excellent, and we are proud to give it to our students as a keepsake of their high school experience. Valerie was so helpful, thorough, and professional. We will definitely be using again in the future.

Mark Hoyt Union High School

“The product was great! But the attention that I received from Valerie was the BEST I have ever received from any retail company. She needs to be paid more 🙂 Seriously she was available day and night and always willing to help.”

Tonya Haynes Mastery Hardy High School



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