The Dublin Jerome High School, Dublin’s newest high school, wanted to embrace the city’s Irish heritage to nourish the students’ curious appetite in the Celtic name. They designed the scripting of a traditional Celtic knot with wide cloth banners, which symbolized the student body and its relationship with the Dublin community and its Irish heritage.
Students and members of the community walked and held the banners overhead while donning the school colors of white, gold, and green. When the banners were reversed, the colors of white, red, yellow, and black appeared to symbolize humanity. The Dublin Foundation rallied around the school to help present this celebration of history to the students and the community of Dublin.