Despite changes in technology or disruptions like Covid, one thing remains constant – high school kids love being involved. Some 7,937,491 participants across the US participated in some form of athletics during the 2018-2019 school year.
If it’s not athletics, then it’s music groups and clubs they feel passionate about. High school is a time for throwing yourself into those activities to make friends and make memories.
There’s also something to be said about being recognized as being part of a group. Many schools use chenille patches on letterman jackets to recognize participation. The letterman jacket has a storied history and one that remains just as important today to students.
Read on to learn how your school can recognize students with chenille patches in a whole variety of ways.