Graduation is a time to recognize the amazing successes and achievements of your students. Spanish honor societies are special groups for those students who excel in Spanish studies during their high school years, and these groups often reward their members with a red and gold double tied honor cord, which consists of one red honor cord and one gold honor cord tied together, to wear during their commencement ceremonies. Some organizations choose to wear only one of the colors, or to pair the cords with a stole, so be sure to check with your chapter to see how they prefer to have you wear the honor cord.
In order to qualify for Spanish honor societies, students usually must meet several requirements, such as reaching and holding a high grade point average, and attending a certain number of higher level Spanish or Portuguese classes during their high school education. Spanish honor societies also encourage their members to participate in school and community service projects, and to apply themselves toward higher learning in other academic subjects beyond Spanish or Portuguese. Reward your best students taking Spanish or Portuguese with a red and gold honor cord, and you will be offering them a place in the tradition of honor and education. Spanish honor societies welcome students from all over the country to participate in their chapters and continue to inspire their peers to develop their language and academic skills.
Our red and gold graduation cords are made from sturdy, all synthetic material, so your graduates can treasure their commencement keepsakes for years to come. When paired with the traditional black robes of graduation, Spanish honor society Graduation cords pop with color, and reflect the excitement you and your graduates all feel for the future. Including our red and gold honor cords in your graduation ceremony will provide a reminder of the importance of diversity in the academic world, and will inspire your students and their families to continue to educate themselves.
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