Art honor society graduation cords, in the primary colors of red, yellow, and blue, are worn at graduation to recognize membership in various art programs, organizations, and honor societies. These honor cords are in the primary colors to represent the colors of art and all the colors that can be created using just these three basic colors.
At this time Honor Cords for the art honor societies in these three colors are only available from Honors Graduation in triple cord form. However, we do offer a variety of cords and color options and students or administrators are free to choose the colors that work best for their schools or students.
There are various levels of the art societies, that, when combined, cover students in high school, middle school, and college. There are even junior societies for middle school students, that is for students grade 7-9. Either way, the art honor society graduation honor cord use is determined by the school from which students will be graduating, and graduates are encouraged to check with their school before making any purchases or decisions about graduation cord use at commencement.
Currently there are tens of thousands of students in art honor socieites nationwide.