Good morning, seniors and faculty. Today, I have the honor of addressing one of the most unique, talented, and resilient classes ever to attend Newfield High School. I hope that the advice I have to offer you today will enlighten you as well as your successors. Now, since graduation is a congratulatory occasion, before I get started, there are people who must be acknowledged and to whom respect is due.
Mrs. Schonhoff has been a never ending support system during the entire duration of my high school career, it doesn’t matter if it was a school or personal problem, she’s always there with advice, a sarcastic comment, or a hug. She not only has helped me to be a better writer, but she has helped me to become the person that I am today. She taught me it was okay to laugh at myself and not to stress about every single detail in life or school. After spending at least some time in her classroom for the past four years, I can wholeheartedly say she is more than just an English teacher and she has made an everlasting impact on my life. It’s going to be so strange not being able to go to her classroom whenever I need a pick me up.
Ms. Sadler is one of the smartest, sweetest women I’ve ever met in high school. I’ve never been a fan of English but when I took her class she showed me that’s there’s more than just reading books. She’s always made me feel like I was in a safe place when walking into her classroom. The impact that she has had on my life will always follow me everywhere I go in life. She taught me that no
Sophia Thompson has been doing well in school and is currently getting ready for classes to switch on Friday the twenty eighth two thousand seventeen. Sophia Thompson has been on a trip to North and South Carolina to
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
She received straight A’s except in one music class where she got a B. She enjoyed school once again, if you remember she always did well in school and found it comforting. In the year it took her to get her certificate she received more credits then she did attending Seattle University in four years. In 2004 she received training in The Riggs Method of phonics based spelling. She described this as the only other thing that made as much since to her as women having equal rights. She lobbied for the Riggs Method to be used in Oregon school system up until she moved here a year ago.
This year, June, I will become the first person in my family to graduate with an academic honors diploma. In June I will attend one of the best schools nationwide, Seton Hall University. Despite these accomplishments, I’m proud of the time I’ve dedicated to my community and extracurricular events. I’m proud of the placements and the letter I've received for Speech and Debate, the influential positions I’ve gained in Student Council, and my presidency of BPA. Ultimately, I’m proud that I destroyed the barriers of statistics and the perception that an apple doesn’t fall too far from a tree.
First of all, it was a pleasure talking and discussing the measures available for the commencement requirements. However, thorough student advisory analogy, on your part has enabled me the opportunity to be a participant of May 14, 1016, graduation ceremony. Moreover, I'm registered for the summer of 2016 (INDS and Math-115).
Trinicia Graham Watson graduated from University of Texas of the Permian Basin in 2011 with an English Degree along with an EC-6 Certification. She taught her first year at Noel Elementary
Wow. We finally made it. For some, it has been a year, three years, six years, or maybe even ten years in McGivney. Throughout these years, we have created many special moments together as a family. Good morning/afternoon/evening to all parents, teachers, priests and of course, the graduating class of 2017. Today, we celebrate our successes and lessons learned which have brought us to this very moment. I would like to take the time to appreciate the people who have helped to get us into places where we all are today as individuals, filled with wisdom, strength, and pride.
Good evening, parents, staff and graduates, and welcome to Roberta Bondar Public School’s 2016 grade 8's graduating ceremony. I'd like to thank you all for being here on this special and important day. Speaking of special days, can you believe we're finally here? Today is the day all the grade 8’s have been waiting for since the day we got here. Whether that was in grade 6 like me or kindergarten or maybe even this year. Today's the day we can all walk out of here older and smarter than we were since we got here. Today’s Tuesday and on Thursday of this week, we are all going to walk out of here and on different paths.
Ladies and gentlemen, good evening. First I would like to thank the presence of all. Here we are today, honored to celebrate with you the end of high school and the beginning of a new stage, the college.
Good evening, everyone. Now is the time for me to come in front of these 400 students in identical caps and gowns and tell them to go out and be individuals. Looks like I have my work cut out for me. Seriously, though, consider what we've gone through. 13 years of schooling, 18 years of growing up! And reflecting back on these years, what do we have to show for it? We have our memories. Some of you may know the old saying, "Knowledge is not what the pupil remembers but what he cannot forget." What will remain in our minds after tonight? What memories will become those valuable gems of unforgettable knowledge?