Ethical Strength&Moral Courage

Knighting Ceremonies

The knighting ceremony is our unique student reward component.

Unlike a traditional assembly program, a knighting ceremony is led by one of our knights in authentic medieval armor, who confers beautiful medallions upon students who excel in objectives set forth in The Code curriculum.

Older student awardees are "knighted" with the traditional shoulder-dubbing with a sword, and all students being recognized in the ceremony receive medallions.

Parents of awardees are invited to attend these school-wide events, which serve as a great way to enhance our curriculum usage. We will help plan your ceremonies to yield maximum effect.

Schools may schedule knighting ceremonies as often as they like throughout the year. Most, however, choose to plan them strategically at monthly, quarterly, biannual, or even annual intervals to stimulate student motivation. At an elementary school, for example, knighting ceremony events consist of two consecutive mini-events lasting for a total of ninety minutes: one thirty-minute ceremony for grades K-2; one thirty-minute break for audience transition; and a second 30-minute ceremony for grades 3-5.

COST: $500 per knighting ceremony event; $2.80 per student medallion. (Allow two weeks to process medallion orders.)

Knights of The Guild

P.O. Box 1190

The Code Curriculum

Ethical Strength & Moral Courage

Spring Branch, TX 78070

Client Services

Saskia Herbst

General Management

Amber Parr