Collection: Honor, Valedictorian, Salutatorian Graduation Stoles
Honor, Valedictorian, and Salutatorian graduation stoles are special stoles worn by students during graduation ceremonies to distinguish them from their peers.
Honor stoles are typically worn by students who have achieved high academic honors, such as being a member of the honor society or maintaining a high GPA.
Valedictorian stoles are worn by the student with the highest GPA in the graduating class and typically deliver the valedictory speech during the graduation ceremony.
Salutatorian stoles are worn by the student with the second-highest GPA in the graduating class and may deliver a speech during the graduation ceremony.
These sashes can be made of high-quality material, such as satin or silk, and may feature the school's colors and emblem, or the student's specific academic achievements and honors.