The Putney School

The Putney School is a coeducational boarding and high school founded in 1935 by educational pioneer, Carmelita Hinton. The school aims for a unique education of student agency and sustainability. It is located in Vermont, Putney.

This project is a personal branding project specifically for the school soccer team. They were champions of RVAL Boys Soccer for three consecutive seasons from 2010 to 2012. Player names are omitted on jersey since they are expected to be returned for next season.

Redesign of the School emblem

Monumental tree from previous emblem is kept in new emblem as it suits student engagement and sustainability community. Four leaves represent a continuous thrive throughout four seasons and diversity.