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PHOTOS: What Should Waterford High School's Signs Look Like?

The School Building Committee must pick two of ten different designs, all laid out in the photos below. What two do you like?

The School Building Committee has a decision to make.

The committee is looking to put two signs on the new addition to Waterford High School that say Waterford High School. The question is the style and the color.

JCJ Architecture came up with three different styles for one sign and two different styles for another, with both blue lettering and brass lettering. The committee has to select one of the six options for the front of the school and one of the four different options for the brick side of the school (photos of all of them are attached above).

Waterford High School Principal Don Macrino said he favored the brass lettering, saying it was a more classical look that would fit better the building better. However, School Building Committee Chairman Alan Wilensky said he preferred the blue lettering.

The committee did not take vote on which design it wanted yet.

What style do you like most? And do you prefer the blue lettering or the bronze lettering?

Andrea Kanfer October 20, 2012 at 01:57 AM
Blue on two lines at the peak seems to be the best design.
Daniella Ruiz October 20, 2012 at 10:37 AM
yes, agreed, same width for the two lines. excellent suggestion!
Douglas Brooks October 20, 2012 at 04:17 PM
Number 3 Blue, one line at the peak
Rick Beaney October 20, 2012 at 09:20 PM
Number 1: Waterford and High School on 2 lines at peak in Lancer blue with White background.
Daniella Ruiz October 22, 2012 at 07:43 AM
and one other thing, make sure they get installed level and not askew as the photo demonstrates.

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