Category: Graduation

High School Graduation Checklist

Monday, May 16, 2022
6 Powerful Graduation Quotes from Famous Speakers What To Do Before You Pick Up Your Diploma

Seniors, graduation is right around the corner! As you prepare for your finals and AP exams, check out this graduation checklist to make sure you’ll be all ready for the big day!

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6 Colleges with Unique Graduation Traditions

Sunday, May 1, 2022

6 Colleges with Unique Graduation TraditionsCelebrate with These Festive Commencement Ceremonies

Much like the students who apply each year, no colleges or universities are the same. In addition to varying locations, course requirements and campus environments, many colleges have their own unique graduation traditions.

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4 Ways to Celebrate Your Graduation Virtually

Friday, May 29, 2020

happy, smiling and cheerful.Get Creative to Make the Most of Your Graduation Experience

Most high school seniors envision graduation ceremonies complete with keynote speakers, photo opps in their caps and gowns, and parties with all of their friends. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused the vast majority of seniors to alter their plans in order to accommodate social distancing and safer at home guidelines. 

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6 Powerful Quotes from Famous Commencement Day Speakers

Friday, May 17, 2019

6 Powerful Graduation Quotes from Famous SpeakersInspirational Graduation Day Quotes from Your Favorite Celebrities

Between walking across the stage, celebrating with friends, and receiving your diploma, sometimes it’s hard to remember the words of wisdom a commencement speaker shares on graduation day. However, it may be easier to take note of an important quote if it comes from your favorite author, actress, or comedian.

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Unusual Graduation Traditions

Monday, May 13, 2013
Wellesley grads prepare their hoopsUnique Ways Colleges Say Goodbye to Students

As the semester comes to a close, college seniors everywhere are saying goodbye to the schools that have been their home for the past four years. While graduates typically commemorate the event with caps, gowns, commencement speeches, and a march set to “Pomp and Circumstance,” some colleges have been known to incorporate some less conventional traditions.

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