Adding Small Shelves to a School Locker?

Any ideas on how to put small shelves in a school locker?

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August 19, 20110 found this helpful

You used to be able to buy plastic shelf units specifially for lockers. The school lockers that I have seen have one shelf near the top, and if you need more storage space, you could use a couple heavy duty magnet type hooks and put a tote bag on each of them. Really all a person needs in their locker is their jacket, school books, etc. You don't need a bunch of personal belongings in them.

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March 28, 20170 found this helpful

You cannot fit a jacket in with school books once you get into highschool I have 6 text books and binders and folders for all 8 classes a jacket wont fit

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August 22, 20110 found this helpful

Yes, you can buy small shelves that will fit or you can make them. To make them get light weight boards and cut them as high as you want your shelves. Then cut wood to fit across your locker. Place a board on each side of the inside of the locker then one on top and across.

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Keep doing this until you have the shelves as high as you want. The beauty of these shelves is that they can be taken down at the end of the school year. No nails or screws or glue.

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August 22, 20110 found this helpful

If you can't find any shelves that will fit, you could get some small tension rods, put two horizontally where you want the shelf and lay a piece of wood on them. You could add as many as will fit and remove them very easily. And you can rearrange as needed.

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