Graduation is such a huge day. Be it college, high school or kindergarten, it’s a big deal for whoever is graduating. Not to mention the families involved.
Seeing your daughter or son completing school or college is one of a parents proudest days. And often the whole family is there to offer their support and congratulations.
Sometimes you might want to express those
congratulations and support in a more special and fitting way. Something more than just the usual best wishes. Using a poem or graduation verse is a great way to really sum up the importance of graduating and how big a milestone it is.
These graduation poems are the perfect way to wish someone congratulations for successfully completing their schooling or degree. You can skip to your preferred topic using the links below or just scroll through them to find the perfect poem for graduation.
Short Inspirational Funny For Pre School For Kindergarten For High School For College For a Daughter For a Son For Friends Famous Congratulations Graduation Poems Graduation Day
Graduation Day is the climax of a dream.
A parental dream that began when a child is born, And their hope come true it would seem, A triumph held after periods of forlorn, A feeling of pride and euphoria years away For a daughter or son – Graduation Day. It is a peak of success for the graduate, Not only for the graduate but parents too. A joyful event after many years they had to wait, Realizing the glorious thrill of a dream come true, A genuine smile accompanied by a deep sigh, Often a handkerchief in hand as the class goes by. Graduation is a deserving, hard earned goal With mortarboard and gown as foretold, A gratifying service of the mind and soul In a simple and beautiful sheepskin told That the graduate fulfilled the educational rule. At last, for the mother and father, a dream come true. Graduation Day! Graduation Ticket
You took the time to study;
You’re a graduate; that’s great! The work you did was worth it; It’s time to celebrate!
Your degree is just the ticket
For a future of success. We’re glad for you and wish you Every happiness. True Greatness
The cap, the gown, the robe, the crown,
The titles of today – Like mist before the morning sun, Will surely pass away.
Conceal your learning while you may,
Nor list to emulation; Let others seek the road to fame, Strive not for reputation.
The hill is long and hard to climb
That leads you to success; True greatness, after all, is just A test of usefulness. SEE MORE: Thank You Messages for Friends and Family on Graduation Short
These concise and short graduation poems quickly express your feelings about the graduate and are ideal to go in a card or share on Facebook.
Very well done, dear (graduate’s name) You’re special through & through. You’ve had success with flying colors I’m so very proud of you. You were once a helpless baby, But, even then I knew, You had strength and determination, To always see you through. Hail to the graduate! Looking great and feeling fit! Oh, so proud and full of it! This day belongs to you. Graduation ought not be an end, Replacing what within we might achieve. After all, the good that we intend does much to serve the good that we receive You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself Any direction you choose. Your diploma is the first big step, For knowledge is the special key To winning what you want in life And being who you want to be. If you’ll always be a student, You’ll find the secrets to success And travel on the golden road To peace and happiness. Your achievement is awesome, You’ve worked hard and you’ve passed the test We love you so, and we want you to know, We think you’re the very best! We couldn’t be prouder, (graduate’s name), of you; We wish you success in all you do. Remember one thing we want you to know: Our love is with you wherever you go. Pursue your goals, yet keep your loved ones close, As you utilize your talent and ambition. Let your friends and family give you their support, And you’ll master every challenging transition. And always, (graduate’s name), know you can achieve The things you really want, if you believe. Graduations Cause some sensations That could to your eyes bring a tear But memories sweet Just can’t compete With the joy that you’re now out of here. That’s how you’d like to turn the page If you’re ever allowed to cross the stage And collect the diploma which turns out to be fake The real one is mailed later if good grades you make If graduation is such a big deal Why is the ceremony such a mind-numbing ordeal? Inspirational
These inspiring words of wisdom cover most types of graduations and are a great way to wish someone success and happiness as they graduate to the next exciting chapter of their lives.
If there were ever a time to dare,
To make a difference To embark on something worth doing It is now. Not for any grand cause, necessarily – But for something that tugs at your heart Something that is worth your aspiration Something that is your dream. You owe it to yourself To make your days count. Have fun. Dig deep. Stretch.
Know, though, That things worth doing Seldom come easy, There will be times when you want to Turn around Pack it up and call it quits Those times tell you That you are pushing yourself And that you are not afraid to learn by trying.
Because with an idea, Determination and the right tools, You can do great things. Let your instincts, your intellect And let your heart guide you.
Believe in the incredible power Of the human mind Of doing something that makes a difference Of working hard Of laughing and hoping Of lasting friends Of all the things that will cross your path
The start of something new Brings the hope of something great. Anything is possible There is only one you And you will pass this way but once. Do it right. Nothing To Fear
There’s nothing to fear –
you’re as good as the best, As strong as the mightiest, too. You can win in every battle or test; For there’s no one just like you. There’s only one you in the world today; So nobody else, you see, Can do your work in as fine a way: You’re the only you there’ll be! So face the world, and all life is yours To conquer and love and live: And you’ll find the happiness that endures In just the measure you give; There’s nothing too good for you to possess, Nor heights where you cannot go: Your power is more than belief or guess – It is something you have to know. There is nothing to fear – you can and you will. For you are the invincible you. Set your foot on the highest hill – There’s nothing you cannot do. Never Stop Learning
On this, your graduation day all stand and give cheer
to honor you for all the work you’ve done to get you here. As we rise and give applause be sure you don’t forget that learning is not over as your future plans are met. May you always be a listener and learn from all you meet always keep a student’s spirit and your life will be complete. Don’t Forget
Forget about the days
when it’s been cloudy, but don’t forget your hours in the sun. Forget about the times you’ve been defeated, but don’t forget the victories you’ve won. Forget about mistakes that you can’t change now, but don’t forget the lessons that you’ve learned. Forget about misfortunes you’ve encountered, but don’t forget the times your luck has turned. Forget about the days when you’ve been lonely, but don’t forget the friendly smiles you’ve seen. Forget about plans that didn’t seem to work out right, but don’t forget to always have a dream. Be the Best of Whatever You Are
Be the Best of Whatever You Are
If you can’t be a pine on the top of the hill Be a scrub in the valley – but be The best little scrub by the side of the rill; Be a bush if you can’t be a tree. If you can’t be a bush be a bit of the grass, And some highway some happier make; If you can’t be a muskie then just be a bass – But the liveliest bass in the lake! We can’t all be captains, we’ve got to be crew, There’s something for all of us here. There’s big work to do and there’s lesser to do, And the task we must do is the near. If you can’t be a highway then just be a trail, If you can’t be the sun be a star; It isn’t by size that you win or you fail – Be the best of whatever you are! Funny Graduation Poems
Sometimes you want to poke a bit of fun at a graduate or joke about their future. Try one of these funny graduation poems to give them a laugh on their big day.
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My Mother Thinks I’m a Doctor
My mother thinks I’m a doctor
I just don’t have the guts To tell her I spent all my college doe On beer, wine, women and such
So after I faked my graduation
Said I was moving to the South To help the less fortunate among us Another lie I let slip out
I’m now in the south of Florida
Where some may call me a bum Living in a citrus grove along the coast Not answering to anyone
It’s really not such a bad life
This do nothing life I’ve made I hear my Moms proud of me at afternoon tea Telling the girls of all the lives I save
I do my share of dumpster diving
That’s where I got the idea Behind a real doctors office one day With some of their stationary I nabbed
I did a little doctoring
After all I do play one in Moms mind Doesn’t look to lame where I inserted my name Then wrote my Mom about the kids and the wife
I’ve created such an elaborate charade
It’s now gotten all out of hand As I panhandle my way up and down The Sunshine states surf and sand
Mom now says she wants to visit
Can’t wait to meet the wife and kids Don’t know how I let it get this crazy And how it all lead up to this
Now I’m scrambling to find a vacant house and a woman
With a couple of kids that look just like me That can go along with a ruse for a week in mid-June Since I told her that’s when I’d be free
I’m thinking I should of studied in college
Instead of being this mind numbing huckster Telling lie after deepening lie Just so my Mother would think I’m a doctor Day after Grad
The day after you grad. You get home not knowing what to do.
Looking through the newspaper. A butcher, a baker, a Hamburg maker. No plans at all but just had to call. Mickey Ds or the cow king. They say jobs are good. I walk the floor I just can’t do it no more. Dam I want to go back to school Preschool Graduation
Finishing preschool is a big milestone for a child and also for the parents. Use these graduation rhymes regarding preschool to celebrate your child’s achievements.
I know numbers, I know shapes I know purple stands for grapes I know red, white and blue I know green and yellow too! I’ve made friends and know how to share What is wrong and what is fair I know what policeman and mailman do Nurses and fireman too! I know rhymes, I know sounds I’ve had ups and I’ve had downs I’ve been quiet and times I’ve wiggled I’ve sat still and sometimes giggled We’ve worked all year for this degree There now aren’t you proud of ME! So it’s with happy memories We send them out the door With great hope and expectations For what next year holds in store. You’ve been taught to color inside the lines, But don’t forget to use your beautiful minds. You’ve been taught to fit in with all, But don’t forget, to always stand tall. You’ve been taught to love all others, But don’t you ever forget to love yourself.
Congratulations and good luck!
We loved preschool
It was pretty cool Teacher is amazing The best at teaching We like ABC We like 123 We can wash our hands, We can tie our laces We love singing songs We love playing games Now, we are graduating A little sad to be leaving But ready for the next task Kindergarten will be a blast. In tune to “Mary had a Little Lamb”
(graduate’s name) had a little cap
it was as black as suit she pushed it down upon her head and boy, she was so cute.
She went to graduation day
To pick up her diploma She put it in her pocket and proudly took it home with her. In tune to “Twinkle, twinkle Little Star”
Twinkle, twinkle little Grad
What a wonderful time we’ve had.
In the school we’ve learned a lot.
To cross our T’s and I’s with a dot.
Twinkle, twinkle little Grad,
What a wonderful time we’ve had. The Small One
You may be a small one
But you are a mighty atom Running around preschool Living life to the full
Your enthusiasm infects everyone
I love your sense of fun You tackle every challenge Fearless and strong
I forget for a while
That you are fragile A little energy wave Easily hurt but brave
It may seem like yesterday
That preschool first day The smallest child around Walking into the school ground
But now you’ve learned
Some very important lessons Amazing things to discover And how to play with others
You can wash your hands
Draw great shapes Color inside the lines And getting there on time
You’ve done it all
You’ve had a ball And now its time to Celebrate being a graduate
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Saying Goodnight Happy Families Doing Everything Off to Preschool Learning Rules New Friends Clothing Trends Learning Letters Learning Numbers Creative Display Nature Display Laughing Loud Being Proud Singing Songs Exciting Stories Team Games School Snacks Keeping Pets School Fetes Painted Faces Treasured Memories Little Dove
Ellie, gentle like a dove
You have all of our love You light up our lives Every moment we treasure
The sadness is still real
From when you started preschool The tears I was hiding But your were widely smiling
Over the year
You’ve had no fears Teacher says you’re caring Kind and good at sharing
You’ve grown wonderfully
Knowledgeable, loving and funny Ready for the next phase You will make the grade
Ready for graduation
Excited by your celebration Confident in your ability Looking forward to the ceremony
I am so proud of you
Of everything you do My daughter the graduate Now its time to celebrate For a Preschool Teacher The Best Teacher
The best preschool teacher
The kids surely love you You calmed their early fears And made them full of cheer
They respect you clearly
The kids listen intently To everything you say Loving every day
This has been a great year
Never a tear The kids developing Always fun and learning
You’ve brought them to graduation
With love and dedication By working hard on their behalf The best teacher the kids could have Kindergarten Graduation So Tall
I was so small
You were so tall Starting school was difficult You helped me through it Each year I‘ve grown The seeds of success you‘ve sown The challenges got tougher But you helped me get better I look back at all you‘ve done And I know I‘m the lucky one The best is yet to come And I say bring it on I‘m ready to leave home Strengthened by your love One thing is quite curious A point not too serious Now I‘m so tall And you’re so small I love you! High School Graduation
Graduating high school is one of the biggest moments in our lives. So a poem that reflects the magnitude of such a big occasion is required, and hopefully these poems will do just that.
Off To College
You’re off to college all too soon
No more curfew, no more rules You’re the boss, you call the tune Living life to the full.
At the start you will feel shaky
Many nights you’ll feel alone Some days will be pretty hazy These times will make you think of home
But all this will be forgotten
The difficult times don’t last long Your new life will certainly blossom The greatest times will be going
The hard work will be severe
The courses intellectually challenging But you will rise up and persevere And surely you will end up winning
The fun will start and never bore
You’ll meet lifelong friends, the party never ends You’ll laugh like never before And sleep till late, only to start again
Be certain about your future direction
You’ll succeed and be a star all right A strong person, ready for any occasion Go to it with all your might. Excitement
When Graduation Day comes
Enjoy the sense of excitement Think of what life has been, is And future accomplishments
The excitement of the challenges
Failures, upset and adversity Hard work, perseverance, some success Winning through determinedly
The excitement of Graduation
Seems simply to lend The thrill of knowing You did it in the end
The excitement of family and friends
Sharing good and bad times Their love and support never ends In your life they are the gems
The excitement of celebrating
At the last great party Friends, laughter, fun, dancing Before saying goodbye
The excitement of the future
College, relationships, jobs and cities Imagining how it will occur Anticipating much more success
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The excitement of Graduation
Should be greatly savored Life may never again Feel as truly favored. College Graduation
Graduating from college is the final step in education and the last hurdle before the “real world”. These are some poems to congratulate the graduate on such a momentous day.
Make It Last
Sometimes life offers a moment
A time of pure enjoyment The hard work is done Sleepless nights are gone
Only once does graduation day come
Bring on the parties and fun Do today just as you choose Don’t miss it with a snooze
Put away you worries
Put away your fears Think only of your success Let this day be the best
Make the day last a while
Help friends and family smile Thank everyone and give gifts Remember those who lifted your spirits
Be by yourself for a while
Bask in your glory with pride Enjoy simply feeling satisfied Sit back with a big smile
Don’t hold back, really celebrate
Join every party and stay up late Squeeze out every last ounce of fun Have laughs and group hugs by the ton
Go to bed with nothing left to play
Don’t wish you had made more of today By then tomorrow is nearly here Have no regrets, wake up free
Have an exhilirating time at graduation
Make it a day of celebration A day you will remember for a while In later years you will still smile For Daughter Young woman, my daughter, my joy and my heart, You’ve reached the end only to find a new start. The world sees the young woman with her charm and her smile, but behind the woman, I will always see the child. You did it!
Well here we are my daughter dear
The day awaited for many a year All the turmoil, tears and triumph All wrapped up in a graduate gown. You tried so hard to win this battle and no one knows how hard that was. From teenage years you have had to struggle with illness always hanging in the balance. The others seemed so strong and cheery wanting to party,drink and be merry. But for you the listless body was weary and many a night you cried in agony. Yet your heart was willing to see it through and with gritted teeth kept going on. The lectures you missed were so many with days in bed followed by night oil burning. You did your best despite body shaking! Day and night you laboured on ‘Will I be alright’ your mantra cried to worried Mum and anxious Father. ‘Yes of course my daughter dear’ Our stock reply; but did we know was this a delay or maybe the end? You saw it through, I don’t know how but here we are and we are so proud. Today is Yours, you’ve earned the glory God bless you darling daughter. On Your Graduation Day
It’s graduation day,
And now it’s time to cheer, There are so many memories, That you hold so very dear.
But now you’re off to college,
New challenges are awaiting you, That shouldn’t be a problem, Because I know you’ll see them through.
So good luck to you in your endeavors,
We’ll support everything that you do, Just know in your heart, That we’ll always love you. La Graduacion de Amandita
So here you are,
at the end of this one road. Another stage awaits your presence, your breath your contribution
And you will leave,
of that I’m certain just like I did when my life was uncertain
To share you with the world
I know that I must since you are full of gifts and a noble heart
But my lovely daughter
it’s what life is about to give in good meassure thinking not of what we have
There were tears,despair,
foreign lands It all went into memories to be retrieved when you want
I wish you much laughter
not many good byes I wish you good friends and true loving lovers I wish you to love
I wish you the music
the red sunsets you love My love is forever your mother, your guide Dear Daughter
You have made it to this place of great anticipation and expectation What has brought you here is a desire to learn, to live, and to express yourself in this life We have watched in awe as you have developed into an independent young woman with the skills needed to meet your goals and the compassion and love of humanity to make a difference in others’ lives. Thank you for being you Thank you for making us proud parents Thank you for knowing who you are and being true to yourself This is your time to fly; to enjoy life and experience God’s goodness You are loved more than words could describe… Contratulations! One Foot Forward
The day has come to spread your wings.
We all had faith you’d get there. Venture out into the world with hope and love and care. Chart your course carefully with guidance from above. Go forth and shine and show a little love. new adventures… a brand new start. just remember to protect your heart. you’ve accomplished so much. and now you can go… put one foot forward. and let your dreams flow. Sitting Here on Bended Knee
Sitting here on bended knee,
Praying for the child inside of me. Already thinking of her goals and dreams, And what kind of person she will grow up to be.
Getting ready for delivery day,
Another few days seems so far away. Finally,the big day is here, Excitement and anticipation turn into fear.
She is born and I hear her first cry.
Seventeen years later, how time has flown by. Her childhood years have come to an end. She’s a senior in high school, And my very best friend.
Through thick and through thin,
Through laughter and fights, I stand by this child and pray every night, That her life will be prosperous, And her deams will come true. Because daughter, your my everything and I deeply love you.
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Sitting here on bended knee,
Praying for the child that once grew inside of me. For Son Seeing You Through
Time went by so quickly,
A fine young man you’ve grown to be. You’ve reached the end of this life’s chapter A bright future awaits you hereafter.
DREAM BIG. TRUST. BELIEVE. BE CONFIDENT.
You can do better than your best New adventures, a brand new start Find your place among the stars! CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATE (PERSON’S NAME). You make us very proud! For Friends Goodbye Dear Friend And Graduate!
Goodbye, dear friend and graduate!
Our golden time is over now, Our time of nothing more than time, Days of simply being friends. But I will always treasure how Your love for me slipped into mine, Embracing me where courage ends. Graduation is a time For feeling very proud, For thinking lots of lovely thoughts And saying them out loud…’ Graduation Day
The more I look back on all the happy times
the easier it is for me to realize that friends are much more then hellos and goodbye it all comes down to what you have inside. Yes, some are good singers and some are athletic but that doesn’t matter (are you starting to get it?) all that is important is the feeling inside if your white or black or green or blue eyed. For me to sit and say “I wont miss this old place” is wrong and untrue (can’t you tell in my face?) all the friends and teachers meant so much to me I don’t know any place that I’d rather be. “Those were the days”, I’d here my parents say. cherish there years…each and everyday The people you’ll meet and the places you’ll go and the hurt once that’s gone is more then you’ll know. All my friends will be leaving and I’ll still be here All my friends I’ll be losing is my greatest fear Promise you wont forget me as you go away, promise you’ll be back to see me someday! When Will I See You Again
Suddenly it is graduation day
For that we long have waited No more hard work night and day I do feel very excited
The intensity of the past few years
Has been matched by our fun as friends Despite work, stress and a few tears We have stayed loyal to the end
We have laughed together
Lived in the same apartment Studied hard together Even played in the same quartet
But suddenly I realize in horror
I am going to Detroit And you are going to Florida We will be thousands of miles apart
Our new jobs will keep us busy
Our new lives will be hectic also We will settle down and be happy Family will come along too
So when will we meet again
Some reunion in 20 years It all seems so far away Perhaps I need to accept my fears
I hope we keep up each day
It will be good to hear your news But most of all I do pray We meet in person soon Famous Graduation Poems
Many famous authors, writers and more have written poems about graduating. Use their famous words to let someone know how proud of them you are.
You May Count That Day
If you sit down at set of sun
And count the acts that you have done, And, counting, find One self-denying deed, one word That eased the heart of him who heard – One glance most kind, That fell like sunshine where it went – Then you may count that day well spent. But if, through all the livelong day, You’ve cheered no heart, by yea or nay – If, through it all You’ve nothing done that you can trace That brought the sunshine to one face – No act most small That helped some soul and nothing cost – Then count that day as worse than lost. My Uncle Terwilliger on the Art of Eating Popovers
My uncle ordered popovers
from the restaurant’s bill of fare. And, when they were served, he regarded them with a penetrating stare… Then he spoke great Words of Wisdom as he sat there on that chair: “To eat these things,” said my uncle, “you must exercise great care. You may swallow down what’s solid… BUT… you must spit out the air!” And… as you partake of the world’s bill of fare, that’s darned good advice to follow. Do a lot of spitting out the hot air. And be careful what you swallow. My Heart Leaps Up
My heart leaps up when I behold
A rainbow in the sky: So was it when my life began; So is it now I am a man; So be it when I shall grow old, Or let me die! The Child is father of the Man; And I could wish my days to be Bound each to each by natural piety. All the World’s a Stage
All the world’s a stage,
And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts, His acts being seven ages. At first, the infant, Mewling and puking in the nurse’s arms. Then the whining schoolboy, with his satchel And shining morning face, creeping like snail Unwillingly to school. And then the lover, Sighing like furnace, with a woeful ballad Made to his mistress’ eyebrow. Then a soldier, Full of strange oaths and bearded like the bard, Jealous in honor, sudden and quick in quarrel, Seeking the bubble reputation Even in the cannon’s mouth. And then the justice, In fair round belly with good capon lined, With eyes severe and beard of formal cut, Full of wise saws and modern instances; And so he plays his part. The sixth age shifts Into the lean and slippered pantaloon, With spectacles on nose and pouch on side; His youthful hose, well saved, a world too wide For his shrunk shank, and his big manly voice, Turning again toward childish treble, pipes And whistles in his sound. Last scene of all, That ends this strange eventful history, Is second childishness and mere oblivion, Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything. Congratulating
Use these poems to wish a graduate congratulations for completing school or college and the big achievement it is.
The World is Your Oyster
Despite all that late night drinking
And dossing round in bed The World is now your oyster So go and knock ’em dead Cos, despite yourself, you’ve done it You clearly got it right Now you’ve got your diploma Your future’s looking bright Heartiest Congratulations on Graduating Cherish the Memory
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To those I love and hold so dear,
To the friends I cherish and family I revere: To all who came and shared the day To everyone that sent their love and wishes my way: Thank you for sharing with me this joyous occasion; Thank you for the sweet words of touching inspiration; Thank you for the memories, for I cling to them tight, and for the laughter and smiles on that warm summers night…
Short Graduation Quotes “Be bold, be courageous, be your best.” ... “There is no script. ... “Wherever you go, go with all your heart.” ... “Follow your fear.” ... “If opportunity doesn't knock, build a door.” ... “Failure is the condiment that gives success its flavor.” ... “We know what we are, but know not what we may be.”
33 Graduation Poems to Inspire Students Ongoing by Jenny Xie. ... If by Rudyard Kipling. ... It Couldn't Be Done by Edgar Guest. ... Up-Hill by Christina Rossetti. ... The School Where I Studied by Yehuda Amichai. ... Always Be a Student by Joanna Fuchs. ... The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost. ... There was a child went forth by Walt Whitman.
Wishes and Congratulations Congratulations on graduating and here's to your next adventure! You're a class act! Best of luck on your new beginnings! You did it, Graduate! ... We're so proud of you, and honored to celebrate graduation day with you! You are a star in the making! ... Caps off to you, Graduate!
Congratulations “Congratulations and BRAVO!” “This calls for celebrating! Congratulations!” “You did it! Congrats!” “Caps off to you, Graduate! Well done!” “What a proud day! We just couldn't be happier for you!” “What an impressive achievement!” “Happy Graduation Day!” “Good looks, brains, heart and now a diploma too?
100 Inspirational Quotes "When you have a dream, you've got to grab it and never let go." ... "Nothing is impossible. ... "There is nothing impossible to they who will try." ... "The bad news is time flies. ... "Life has got all those twists and turns. ... "Keep your face always toward the sunshine, and shadows will fall behind you."
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15 Extraordinary Ways to Say Congratulations! Time to take a bow! ¡Felicitaciones! Félicitations! ... Yahoo! Yippee! ... “Today is your day. You're off to great places. ... You met your dreams and aspirations. ... Now's the time for festive fun – to celebrate your job well done! Go, future rockstar! Hats off to you!
Congratulations Messages Congratulations! We're so very proud of you! Your hard work and perseverance have paid off. Congratulations! Congratulations on your well-deserved success! You're an inspiration! Warmest congratulations on your achievement! Wishing you even more success in the future.
Enjoy what is ahead of you and best of luck! Congratulations, Class of 2021! As you cherish the fruits of your hard work, I wish that success keeps following you in everything that you do. Dream new dreams, embark on who you are, embrace life with passion, and keep reaching for the stars.
The amounts can range depending on your relationship, but ranges include:
Friends and siblings: $20-75. Parents: $100 or more. Grandparents: $50-100 or more.
Words of Wisdom About Life “True fulfillment comes from helping others.” – Anonymous. “True success, true happiness lies in freedom and fulfillment.” – Dada Vaswani. “People want riches; they need fulfillment.” – Robert Conklin. “Success without fulfillment is the ultimate failure.” – Tony Robbins.
Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. –Martin Luther King Jr.
Accept my warmest thankful wishes for attending and making my graduation day special and a memorable one. Your thoughtfulness is a gift I will forever treasure. A simple thanks may not be enough, but I'm still sending this note to express my heartfelt gratitude. Thank you so much for being a part of my graduation day.
Start Your Speech with an Introduction Most introductions acknowledge the occasion, offer thanks, and lead into the main idea. Shutterfly suggests these as openings. “Thank you [person who introduced you]. And thank you to the students, teachers, parents, and staff who made these four years everything that they were.”
Thank you, Lord. I want to thank God. Without Him, I would not be where I am today: a better person, a better wife, a better mom, and a better daughter. God has helped me through many of my struggles, answered many of my prayers, and is still showing me that I am not done yet.
“Where God guides, he provides.” – Isaiah 58:11. “They will soar on wings like eagles.” – Isaiah. “He will make your paths straight.” – Proverbs 3:6. “Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.” – Psalm 119:105.
Congratulations on your momentous achievement! Wishing you all the success, happiness, and opportunities the world has to offer. We love you, and couldn't be more proud! You amaze us every day with how smart, caring, and wonderful you've grown to be.
A gift of
$25 is perfectly fine, and $50 would be very generous, but that would probably be the upper limit. Parents bear most of the responsibility for giving monetary graduation gifts. Parents should plan to give their son or daughter $100 to $200 or more.
sincerely and strongly felt.
To start, though, here are some different, longer ways to wish someone good luck. Sending you good vibes and positive energy. Good luck in this and all future endeavors. I wish you all the best with this new and exciting adventure. Wishing you the very best in your new adventure. I'm rooting for you always!
I asked several people about this, and all of them said, `No'. But according to the Oxford Collocations Dictionary,
it is all right to say, `heartfelt congratulations'. You should remember, however, the word `heartfelt' meaning `sincere' is used when we are deeply stirred or moved by something.
Answer: It is an
adjective. A congratulatory message
expresses congratulations. He sent Kim a congratulatory letter.
Examples of congratulation in a Sentence
Let me offer you my congratulations for being elected. Please send her my congratulations. I sent her a letter of congratulations. These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word 'congratulation.
The best way to reply to a congratulations letter or message is to
thank the person who wrote to you and let them know how much their acknowledgment of your achievement means to you. Be sure to maintain friendly and professional language. For example, “I felt honored to work with you. Thank you!”
Consider the range of
$10-$300. Acquaintances and friends: $10-20. Children of family friends: $20-50. Relatives (sibling, niece): $50-100. Children from (grand)parents: $100-300.
$50-125 Gift Range. In this price range you start getting into some really nice high school graduation gifts grandparents can give. Not to downplay how great previously mentioned gifts are. These ones just might be on the graduates wish list.
As a parent, seeing your child graduate should be one of the most joyous and memorable experiences of your adult life. ... Customized Diploma Frame. ... Personalized Wallet. ... Graduation Gift Basket. ... Scrapbook of Childhood Memories. ... A New Suitcase. ... Self-Care Gifts. ... Monthly Subscription Box.
Enjoy what is ahead of you and best of luck! Congratulations, Class of 2021! As you cherish the fruits of your hard work, I wish that success keeps following you in everything that you do. Dream new dreams, embark on who you are, embrace life with passion, and keep reaching for the stars.
Memorable Yearbook Quotes “You can't move forward without saying goodbye to the past.” “If you follow your dreams, you are capable of anything.” “Your future is only as good as the work you put into it.” “The saddest thing in life is wasted talent.” “I've learned from the bad times and was humbled by the good.