Good graduation letter examples for a daughter are on the Magazine.loyola.edu and Smithvillechurch.org websites. These letters recommend parents express pride in their daughter's accomplishments, hope for their daughter's future and offer guidelines for future success.Continue Reading
The Loyola letter begins with the writer expressing that this is the most important letter he has written to his daughter and then reminisces about the day she was born. Next, it highlights how important she has been to their family as she grew into young adulthood. The letter acknowledges the impossibility of cataloging all of her achievements and instead highlights her qualities the parents are proud of, such as being kind and compassionate.
The middle of the letter is comprised of five general rules for better living. These range from focusing on career goals that play to her personal strengths to maintaining a proper balance between work and life. The letter ends by reiterating the love and pride the parents feel on her graduation day.
The Smithville Church letter follows this same format but also expresses pride in the daughter's religious faith. This includes the parents highlighting their pride in the times she has missed certain events to attend to her religious studies and worship services. The letter ends by expressing the sadness the parents feel at their daughter leaving the house for college, but the simultaneous pride they feel because she is now prepared to be an adult.Learn more about Graduation