Official School Logos
The Convent & Stuart Hall logo represents the visual identity of the organization and should be consistent across all mediums. Please contact a member of the Communications Office within the Advancement Department if you have questions about the logo or any aspect of the school's visual identity.
Use of the School's Marks on Commercial Goods
The school’s name, logo and the Society of the Sacred Heart seal may not be used in any medium other than approved school programs. The use of any marks in conjunction with an outside vendor or firm must be reviewed and approved by the school’s Communications Office. Student and parent groups that wish to use the school’s marks on commercial goods (i.e., T-shirts, hats, etc.) must also secure such approval. The school’s gear store is the exclusive online vendor of Convent & Stuart Hall-branded merchandise.
The History of Our Logo
The official Convent & Stuart Hall logo is the cornerstone of the school’s visual identity. The logo has two elements: a logo icon that consists of a rampant lion inside a ribbon heart and an adjacent nameplate that includes the full school name. Several logo styles have been approved to allow for greater flexibility. Please note that the following logos may not be distorted or altered in any way; colors should match approved PMS codes, and always use original art in a high-resolution format. All variations of the logo include treatments for white and colored backgrounds. Please note: The rampant lion must remain white at all times.
(In grey call-out box) Web-only versions of the preferred (style 1) and vertical logos (style 2) are available to download in jpg and png file formats from this page. All other styles must be approved for use. For approval and a print/publish-ready source file, please contact the school’s Communications Office. Please do not distribute any of the images below.
Style 1: Preferred Logo
As the most recognized brand element, this is the primary mark for the school and should be used in most cases.
Style 2: Vertical Logo
Use secondary logos only when the primary logo does not fit spacing needs. The vertical format works best on projects that have a horizontal or square orientation.
Style 3: Alternate Logo
Any use of the four-color logo must be approved by the Communications Office. This variation becomes a three-color logo on dark backgrounds.
Style 4: Alternate Logo
Any use of the three-color logo must be approved by the Communications Office.
Style 5: Alternate Logo
Any use of the two-color logo must be approved by the Communications Office. It is only approved for use on white backgrounds.
Style 6: Alternate Logo
Any use of the one-color logo must be approved by the Communications Office.
Logos No Longer in Use
Retired logos and unsupported marks dilute the school’s brand and create confusion. Use of any retired mark is prohibited.
Unacceptable Logo Treatments
Altering the logo can cause confusion and affect the integrity of the school’s brand. Altering, obscuring or pulling apart the logo in any way is not permitted.
The following logos are only to be used on school uniforms.
Society of the Sacred Heart Seal
The Society of the Sacred Heart seal is strictly reserved for official documents and diplomas.
Questions and File Requests
If you have questions about these guidelines or need to request a logo file, please email email@example.com.