Katz Yeshiva High School
Branding a Franchise System: A Katz Yeshiva High School Case Study
After receiving a significant donation, Katz Yeshiva High School of South Florida, originally located within a Synagogue, moved to a newly constructed campus. With their new school campus, they wanted to develop a new brand identity to better reflect their organization.
After producing all of the ADA signage for the classrooms, offices and common spaces, FASTSIGNS® worked with the school to provide an interior and exterior branding design concept. Custom signs and graphics including accent wall murals and inspirational quotes were installed in every room and common areas on the campus.
One colorful mural was created for the main donor wall and included dimensional letters and donation plaques. The plaques were fashioned in the shape of butterflies with butterfly vinyl “shadows.” These “shadows” encourage parents and visitors to donate so the shadows can be replaced with the dimensional pieces.
Wall graphics featuring the Katz Yeshiva High School name and logo are displayed throughout the school. Directional signs and directories were placed to help students, faculty and visitors navigate the campus. Gender silhouette decals were created for the bathroom and locker room doors. Floor graphics were added to the gym and basketball court.
Exterior signage included a new monument sign, school logos placed near entrances and parking signage to guide faculty and visitors. Dimensional letters were added to the building and the gym with the school’s name.
The campus’s new colorful branding provides students and faculty
with an inspiring environment to learn and grow.
*All signs and graphics were produced in house by FASTSIGNS® of Boca Raton, FL.