About Tribal Schoolhouse Font
If you liked Tribal and you're a teacher, you'll probably love Tribal Schoolhouse...maybe even if you don't teach. For a full history of the font, check out "Tribal" by SWMCA. This is the first of a series of "schoolhouse" fonts to be introduced. The schoolhouse line is SWMCA fonts modified to how the alphabet is taught in elementary schools (USA) but designed to keep many of the characteristics of the original font. Any or all of the following characters will be subject to modification from the original in manuscript schoolhouse fonts: A,E,F,G,I,J,M.N,T,U,W,Y, a,e,f,g,q,r,t,u,w,y,z,3,4,6, and 9. Additional ones may also be modified if needed. Teachers work hard and often have to buy materials and supplies from their own measley paychecks. They really aren't paid or respected enough, but care for our kids so much that many would risk their own life to protect the kids as illustrated in the Sandy Hook massacre. To them and other educators our there this is the first of the "schoolhouse" fonts. Schoolhouse (at least those produced by SWMCA) fonts are always freeware, even for commercial usage (so they can be used freely in both public and private schools). As for the Tribal font itself, a "Tribal 2" is coming. It's like the original but addresses spacing, kerning, and punctuation problems with the original. The schoolhouse version to SWMCA's knowledge does not have these issues. No promises, but a cursive Tribal is also planned if the bugs can be worked out. IMPORTANT NOTE: The square root sign replaces the registered trademark symbol on schoolhouse fonts.