To congratulate a graduate on his or her accomplishment, a simple message such as "Happy graduation! Many wishes that you see your dreams come true" works well. Another option is "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Congratulations on graduating."Continue Reading
When expressing sentiments concerning graduation, there are no right or wrong words, as long as they are heartfelt and sincere. Wishes for the next stage of the graduate's life are also appropriate to include.
A humorous way to wish a graduate congratulations is "Remember what years at college have taught you: Sleep is overrated. You don't have to read everything. You can survive on Ramen noodles and coffee, but not for long. Anything is possible with your hard work."Learn more about Graduation
As of 2014, the youngest person to graduate from high school is Michael Kearney. He graduated from high school at the age of six. He graduated from college at the age of ten and holds the record of youngest college graduate as well.Full Answer >
Cleveland Metro News reports that most people feel that it is appropriate to give between $50 and $100 to a high school or college graduate as a gift. Of the 1,200 people surveyed, only 6 percent stated that it was not important to present the graduate with a gift.Full Answer >
Most graduation honor cords are worn around the back of the neck and down the front, like a stole. Some cords are worn on one shoulder instead.Full Answer >
There are several different ways to congratulate graduates or wish them well in a graduation card, notes Hallmark.com. Some simple words of congratulation include "Congratulations and BRAVO!" and the more formal "Congratulations on your well-deserved success." Words of encouragement are also appropriate to write in graduation cards and examples include "I'm sure today will be only the first of many proud, successful moments for you," and the more casual "You're going to be a star! Congratulations!"Full Answer >