Durable classroom lockers are still the classic student storage solution
Students can use a variety of supplies, equipment, books and technology throughout a school day. Add to that sports gear, a packed lunch, outerwear and other personal items and the number of belongings can be staggering. School lockers can be a big help for students to safely manage everything they need each day. Typically located in hallways and common areas, school lockers can be configured in a variety of ways to fit any layout with units from one to six tiers. The most common type found in most schools are those made of steel. These lockers have vents for airflow to keep them from getting musty or stale. Other features include shelves, coat rods and hooks to help students keep stored items organized and easy to find. In addition to steel, school lockers can also be constructed of heavy-duty plastic or wood. They can come equipped with clear doors and even have antimicrobial finishes to resist bacteria, mold, yeast and mildew. The locking mechanism can be built-in, or a simple combination lock can be used. Many school locker styles are available in several colors like forest green, marine blue and red, plus the more traditional dove gray and putty colors. For added convenience, touch up paint can be purchased to keep your lockers looking their best, year after year.