Elder High School unveiled its new specialty Ohio license plate during an all-school assembly on April 30, 2021.
Joined by Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) Registrar Charlie Norman and Ohio House Representative Cindy Abrams, Principal Kurt Ruffing unveiled the specialty plate immediately following an all-school Mass celebrating the end of the school year.
The new plate will be available on May 6, 2021. Proceeds raised through the sale of the plate will provide tuition assistance and support arts, enrichment, and athletics at Elder High School.
“The Ohio BMV is proud to offer more than 376 specialty license plates,” said Ohio BMV Registrar Charlie Norman. “A specialty plate is a fun way for Ohioans to be able to showcase their support for their favorite organizations and causes.”
“The Elder community plays a large role in the Greater Cincinnati area,” said Ohio House Representative Cindy Abrams. “They strive to not only be educators for young men academically, but also challenge students to “strive for the higher things” in all aspects of life. This plate will honor and support the Elder community.”
“Grads and friends of Elder High School are always looking for new ways to promote their school spirit not just in Cincinnati, but throughout Ohio,” said Elder High School Principal Kurt Ruffing. “We’re pleased that the proceeds from the sale of these plates will directly benefit the students of Elder through supplementing our tuition assistance program, our robust arts and enrichment classes, clubs, and organizations, and our many athletic teams.”
To purchase this or any other specialty license plate, please visit the BMV website at BMV.Ohio.gov, or any Deputy Registrar License Agency.