The only bad thing was choosing which style frame!!! I was incredibly impressed with the frame--the quality and styles to choose from. I was floored at how fast it arrived and that it came with acid free tape and all the tools and directions to hang it on the wall. This is the first of my four girls to graduate college and if I'm not totally broke, I will be coming back.
Amy C., PA

Category: Graduation

Graduation

Artwork Captures College Buildings in Diploma Frames, and it's Personal

Hartwick College Campus Cameo Diploma Frame
When I’ve visited my sons’ colleges, Hartwick College in Oneonta, New York, and Beloit College in Beloit, Wisconsin, I noticed that certain campus buildings stood out to me. Maybe you have experienced this too. 

Buildings that look like they’ve been part of a campus for a long time have a lot of character and an interesting past.

Share your Proudest Moment with Church Hill Classics

Written by: Tyler Dickinson, Marketing Intern

Proud Moment LogoProud moments are invaluable. Capturing these moments in a photo is a great way to cherish them for the years to come. Do you have a special moment that you are proud of? Share it with us in this year’s Frame My Proudest Moment Contest! The contest is open to everyone! From May 21 - August 5, 2015, submit your photo with a brief description about why this moment is special to you.

Celebrating Our Graduates! Way to go!!

Graduation

When May and June come round, so does the anticipation and excitement for graduation.  Whether you're a fifth grader transitioning to middle school, or a high school senior or college student preparing to accept your diploma, you know that family and friends are proud and rooting for you! Photos show up on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media.

Drum Roll for the Top Ten Graduation Gift Ideas!

Top 10 listsWritten by Anita R. Holtz, Marketing Department

While I was growing up in the Philadelphia suburb of Levittown, Pennsylvania during the late 1950s, our 17” black and white television was an important member of the family.  The Dick Clark Show on Saturday nights was a must (my sister and I outnumbered my father for channel selection).  The show featured the “Top Ten” records from ten to one for the upcoming week.  While I didn’t always agree with the Number One choice, the reverse order’s anticipation, a clever gimmick, was what I remember.

Homeschooled and Proud of it!

Guest blog by Bridgette Pasquarella

“Where did you go to school?”


That question. That simple question that most people can answer easily is much more complicated for me. When I say I was “homeschooled,” I brace myself for what comes next. Sometimes I just shoot out answers before they even have the chance to ask. Yes, my mother was my teacher. Yes I went to school in my pajamas. Yes I had homework.  Yes I know what 2+2 is. And yes, I have friends!

Are you ready for graduation?

Attention, seniors! If you’re graduating in May, the countdown has begun. We know from experience that you’ve already got a lot on your plate -- applying for jobs, reaching out to all your networking contacts, doing your best to stave off senioritis. Unfortunately, this only intensifies as graduation weekend closes in. Do yourself a favor and get ready for the parties, family gatherings and pre-graduation to-do’s now. Otherwise, you’ll be pulling your hair out trying to squeeze it all in during those first two weeks of May. And you’ve got exams to worry about then.
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