What To Do List Before Your Pick Up Your Diploma
Seniors, graduation is right around the corner! As you prepare for you finals and AP exams, check out this graduation checklist to make sure you’ll be all ready for the big day!
Pick up your cap and gown
Before you get your diploma, make sure you have these key pieces of apparel. Some schools even allow you to decorate your hat to show your personality, let spectators know your future plans, and help your family spot you in the sea of fellow graduates.
Take Plenty of Pictures
As school winds down, take pictures with friends and family to capture great memories. Fill frames or make a scrapbook to bring with you to college in the fall!
Thank Your Teachers
Through tough courses, exams, recommendations, and more your teachers have been there for you. Make sure you write them a special thank you to show your appreciation for helping you get to this momentous occasion.
Make Sure All Your Assignments Are Turned In
This may seem like a given, but in the whirl of graduation excitement some last minute assignments may be momentarily forgotten. While the end is in sight, make sure you tie up any loose ends and finish all your classes strong.
Send Thank You Notes for Gifts
Graduation is a special occasion, and friends and family may recognize your accomplishment with graduation gifts. Make sure you thank those who are thinking of you this time of year.
Participate in Senior Traditions
In your final weeks of senior year, go out with a bang! Senior traditions are a great way end your high school experience. Leave a positive mark on your school, and set an example for underclassmen who look up to you and are looking forward to their own senior years!
Send Graduation Announcements
Let your friends and family know the good news! Send out graduation announcements to tell those you love what you have accomplished.
Enjoy yourself during this special time. Celebrate finishing high school and starting the next chapter in your life with friends and family. There is a lot too look forward to!
Good luck with finals and congratulations to the class of 2013!