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As a student, we were always motivated by our good grades and excellent performance, which is why we always strived to perform at our best to gain the approval of our parents and teachers. And since we've experienced how that was like, we should learn to appreciate the hard work of today's students by rewarding them with a certificate. If you need to make one, we have a collection of high-quality Student Appreciation Certificate Templates. These are available and easily editable. We guarantee you ease and comfort in making your appreciation certificates when you use our templates. Don't waste any of your time, download a template now to get started!
From the name itself, this student certificate is intended to express appreciation to a student for their stellar academic performance. A student's achievement may come from either a grade, winning a quiz bowl, or a well-made project. As simple as it may seem, this printable certificate will show how much of the student's work has been appreciated by their teachers.
Since appreciation certificates can help improve the student's performance and increase their morale, it is crucial to recognize their efforts if you want an improved output. We all have received an appreciation output at least once in our lives. Did you notice how the material is worthy of keeping and putting up on the wall? Below, we have compiled the best tips in making an appreciation certificate. Feel free to read them below.
It pays to have a draft of your simple certificate first. Start by visualizing your certificate and sketching your vision into a pen and paper. Add embellishments to the certificate to add life to it. And while you're at it, ask for the name of the school heads whose signatures are needed for the certificate.
Once you are satisfied with your draft, you may now proceed to make the actual certificate. While it's always best to do things by hand, it's also better to make use of editing programs or word processors to ensure quality in the layout. Just make sure not to pressure yourself too much. If you don't know how or where to start, there are various sample certificates that you can always refer to.
Even though certificates have a formal nature, you are allowed to add decorative elements here and there to enhance the design. Use decorative fonts to make your modern certificate catchier and more attention-grabbing. However, make sure to choose fonts that are readable and limit your number of font types to two or three because too many of it will give an off-putting impression to your reader.
Aside from fonts, you can also beautify your editable certificate by adding relevant images, symbols, shapes, or other graphical elements. Just like the use of decorative fonts, you should be mindful of the elements you use because too much of it will only clutter the layout. Give your certificate a good amount of white space to keep the layout neat and professional.
The basic content of your certificate should include the name of the school, the recipient, and the school officials who will be signing it. And since this is considered a formal document, it is pertinent that you check for accuracy in the details, especially the names. Proofread the content before printing your basic certificate. If necessary, you may ask another person to review your certificate with you.
Once everything has been finalized, you are now ready to print the certificate. The most ideal type of paper to use for printing certificates is parchment paper, just make sure to use durable ones. Always invest in high-quality stationery because award certificates are meant to be placed on the wall or on a shelf for everyone to see, it should stand the test of time. And of course, don't forget to have the people whose names are on the certificate affix their signatures.