Welcome to the District Brand Standards webpage. At the January 12, 2016, Grandview Heights Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Andy Culp offered a presentation on the newly created Brand Identity Standards and unveiled the district's new logos, colors, and typefaces as part of the overall Continuous Improvement Plan.
"We will begin a steady transition into using the new brand identity standards. You will be seeing a new look coming to our district website, community newsletter, and in our district communications," said Culp.
A GHS Brand Guidelines book has been created to support implementation and proper use of the brand identity standards. The guidebook is attached below. Readers can view the many logo, color, and typeface options available when representing Grandview Heights Schools in academic and athletic endeavors. A sample of the district's digital academic logos are attached below. Please see page 1.4 "A GLOSSARY OF TERMS" in the guidebook for definitions and helpful information in determining what type of logo will fit your purposes. All logos in the guidebook are available by contacting the following:
For more information about the academic brand identity standards, usage, and logos, contact Hayley Head, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent, at [email protected]
For more information about the athletic brand identity standards, usage, and logos, contact Karen Feast, Athletic Secretary, [email protected]
All use of logos must be approved by the district contact and a proof may be requested.
In addition, Grandview Heights Schools Social Media Commenting Guidelines are attached to the right.