Be a part of the Palm Beach Central legacy and leave your mark on Palm Beach Central High School’s campus with a personalized engraved brick. This engraved brick fundraiser will generate funds for National Honor Society’s community service project, Dance Marathon. The profits from the sale of these bricks will be donated to the Children’s Miracle Network. These profits will change kids’ health and change the future by raising the critical funds needed for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. We are passionate about making a difference for kids and families in our local communities. Be a part of Bronco history by purchasing a customized engraved brick (or bricks!) to be displayed in the planter around the Bronco statue in the courtyard of our school. Your personalized brick can display to the public what means most to you about Palm Beach Central High. You can show off your Bronco involvement on campus, your success within our sports and/or extracurricular programs, leave a mark of your legacy, or advertise your business that continues to support the Palm Beach Central Broncos.
Some ideas of why you would purchase a brick:
-Celebrate your graduation and graduating class (we love alumni spirit!)
-Celebrate your student(s)
-Celebrate your friends by creating a message to leave your mark on campus
-Advertise your business and let our community know you support PBCHS
-Leave an inspirational message for our students to read
There are three levels of engraved bricks to choose from:
1. Customized brick 4x8 Brick with up to 3 lines of your personalized message
2. Customized brick 4x8 Brick with up to 3 lines of your personalized message and the Palm Beach Central Bronco logo
3. Customized brick 4x8 Brick with up to 3 lines of your personalized message and your customized logo
Show your Bronco spirit and cement your legacy here at PBCHS! All bricks will be placed in the planter around the Bronco statue in the courtyard of our school for students, staff and the community to see your lasting tribute and business advertisements.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Erin Tozzi or John Dalman