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Ceremony FAQs





What does the Ceremony cost?

There is no registration fee for the National Blue Ribbon Schools awards ceremony; however, schools are responsible for the costs of travel and lodging.

CHECK BACK NEXT FALL FOR INFORMATION ABOUT the 2020 NATIONAL BLUE RIBBON SCHOOLS CEREMONY.






What happens during the awards ceremony?

In addition to presentations, networking, and small group discussions, awardees will attend a special awards luncheon. Following the luncheon, school representatives will go onstage, school by school, to be greeted by Program Director Aba Kumi and receive the National Blue Ribbon School flag and an engraved plaque as symbols of their success. A ceremony agenda will be sent out prior to the event.


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