Class Ring

A class ring (also known as a graduation, graduate, senior, or grad ring) is a ring worn by students and alumni in the United States and Canada to commemorate their graduation, generally for a high school, college, or university.

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Maryvale Preparatory School - School Traditions - Class Ring
... Students have the option of getting their school ring in silver, gold, or white gold with a square garnet stone ... have their names or initials engraved on the inside of the ring ... The Maryvale ring is received in December of junior year, in conjunction with the holy day of the Immaculate Conception of Mary ...
Texas Tech University Traditions - Miscellaneous - Texas Tech Class Ring
... While the class ring had occasionally used a universal design, by the late 20th century various styles were available ... In 1999, the university reverted to a single ring design for the university's graduates ... The new Official Texas Tech Alumni Association Class Ring symbolically captures the essence of Texas Tech with the prominent Double T logo surrounded by the school’s full ...
MIT Class Ring
... Massachusetts Institute of Technology's class ring, often called the Brass Rat, is redesigned each year by a committee of MIT students ... The class ring has three main sections the bezel, containing MIT's mascot, the beaver the MIT seal (seal shank) and the class year (class shank) ... reasons the beaver was chosen as mascot (and therefore for the front bezel of the ring) because it is an American animal, and considered to be the engineer of the animal ...
Class Ring - How To Wear
... indicates the following protocol for wearing of a class ring For as long as the wearer is in school, the insignia should face the wearer to remind him/her of the goal of graduation ... Upon graduation, the class ring gains the status of a "badge of honor" similar to a diploma, with the effect that graduation entitles the wearer to display the insignia facing outward ... for this practice is the rationale that the ring also symbolizes the graduate him/herself During the wearer's time in school, s/he focuses on self-development and goals specific to the insular ...
United States Military Academy Class Ring
... Military Academy first began the practice of wearing class rings in 1835 ... The United States Military Academy class ring has traditionally been worn on the left hand, but most recent graduates choose to wear it on their right hand, which is likely in ... While at West Point, the ring is worn so that the class crest is worn to the inside and closest to one's heart ...

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