Graduation is an exciting time... both an ending and a beginning filled with warm memories of the past, and immense dreams for the future. Should we reminisce on the past four years, or instead focus on the next stage in this journey called life? We’ve been impatiently waiting for this day for many years, and now, we just want to hit pause. We want to slow it down, and enjoy the last fleeting moments before we graduate. Our lives will be forever altered after we toss our caps into the air.
Graduates, until this moment, our lives have been a sequence of carefully organized and orchestrated events, predetermined by the completion of each grade, logically leading to the next. This very moment marks the commencement of a journey over a boundless road on which our transportation is ambition and our fuel is passion. Passion, what, with such great force,
Dear administrators, teachers, parents, beloved friends, ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the 8th grade graduation. It’s a pleasure to be standing in front of you today on this beautiful day to express the happiness we all feel.
Attending a Midwestern University Commencement ceremony provides both a sense of history and accomplishment, beginning with bagpipers leading the procession of graduates; continuing with the traditional music, speeches and conferral of degrees; and concluding with the faculty lining the auditorium lobby and applauding the
As I stand before you all at the end of our senior year, giving this speech, let’s reminisce in some of our memorable pasts. Looking back, we’ve made many great memories in the midst of earning an
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It was May 25, 2018 at 7:47 in a steaming hot gymnasium when the name Anthony Joseph Sansalone was getting called from the loud speaker, the sixth to last person to receive their diploma I begun shaking the hands of all the board members and everything that I had known from the last 13 years at the same school was over and a new chapter of my life was stating to begin. A few seconds after receiving my diploma the Class President guided us to changing of our tassels from right to left then commencement was over and I was walking out with my future roommate at BGSU, Vincent Zhang, we looked at each other knowing that our high school career was descending and our college careers were lifting off together. High school was tuff for me due to the fact that I have know what I wanted to do since I was a freshman, I want to become an animator and work for an Academy Award winning company such as
The time went on and March got closer, my time had finally come, A DATE!! March 24, 2014, that is the day I would graduate. More phone calls with my best friend ensured me that I
Bernard Harris was asked to deliver a commencement speech at WPI Graduation in 2015 for the graduates of Wocrester Poolytechnic Univeristy. From start to finish, Benards speech was well organized, backed by strong and exciting message to the graduates on how continue their way into the world after graduation. Humor is what carried the center stage in speech delivery, and the audience enjoyed the funny comments within the speech that were made by Bernard. He also tells the graduates of how respected they are and that everyone is proud of the graduates of 2015, and that he soley, was simply pleased with them: “To the graduates of 2015, I will just simply say that I’m very proud of you. I know that your parents are proud of you. The family
“It is my great pleasure this fresh and glorious morning to welcome you to Yama Middle School’s 100th Commencement. Class of 2016, you have long anticipated this day, some with eagerness, some with anxiety, some with a complicated mix emotions---but whatever you are feeling here today, you deserve to hold a keen sense of pride. You’ve made it!” President Yu proclaims.
Before I start my speech I’d like to congratulate my fellow classmates on graduating. I would also like to thank everyone who came to be here for me today & who have supported me along the way. Lastly, I would like to thank my teacher Mrs. Navarro for being such a great educator, but more than that, a friend.