Congratulations Class of 2020

Congratulations Class of 2020 | Are you a 2020 graduate from either high school or college? If so, congratulations class of 2020! You did it. You accomplished something wonderful and I am joining your family to say, "Well done!" Now comes the fun part...| #homeschoolblogpost #collegegraduation #graduates2020 #2020homeschool #homeschool2020 #homeschoolgraduates #highschoolgrads2020 #highschoolgraduates2020 #collegegraduates2020

Yahoo! Congrats Class of 2020

Contest details below – Starts May 9 and ends on June 6th! 

*My own daughter, Anne is graduating from college with almost a 4.0 (and we just got word that she received the Summa Cum Laude distinction!)… and she is missing her college graduation! I started thinking about ALL of you who are missing out as well. So, I decided to honor all of the high school AND college graduates with a chance to win a gift card and to post your pictures on our Facebook Group and Pages for extra points.

Are you a 2020 graduate from either high school or college? If so, congratulations class of 2020! You did it. You accomplished something wonderful and I am joining your family to say, “Well done!” Now comes the fun part, all the decisions that must be made. They are pretty similar in some ways and different in others!

The ways the graduating class of 2020 is the same:

High School and College

  1. The decision about higher education – high schoolers decide if they are going on to college and college students decide if they are going to graduate school. For some of you this may have changed since January, and maybe several times.
  2. Work – are you getting a job while in school?
  3. You’ve completed your studies and now are looking for a job.
  4. May take a gap year before beginning further education.

The ways the graduating class of 2020 are different:

  1. College students may be able to get higher-paying positions even for the same job.
  2. High school students in the workforce are usually entry-level positions.
  3. College students may have more experience for a job position.
  4. Many college graduates go on to higher education rather than stopping.

I am sure there are many more similarities and differences but the biggest thing you both have in common is that it is a starting place for something more and amazing. This is your ONE life to live – how will you live it? Will you make great choices, will you regret some choices you’ve made, will you learn from your mistakes? Yes. Yes. and Yes. A life that is well-lived has it’s windy roads and bumpy trails. It isn’t a straight path but filled with right and left turns sometimes on the path least traveled. What will be your mark? Your legacy?

Most of us don’t sit around and contemplate the meaning of life, but one person that I admire did! Mother Teresa a little nun that made a huge difference in the lives of people who could never pay her back in any way, said this, “Life is an opportunity, benefit from it. Life is a beauty, admire it. Life is bliss, taste it. Life is a dream, realize it.

And to help you to dream big – I’m offering you a chance to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card – just for you! I couldn’t let your college graduation go on without at least some type of gift, and what better than something you can use for your future! Best wishes for a blessed graduation day, with family!

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  1. Marie P Popkin says

    My deaf blind daughter only began school at age 11 in the 5 th grade once she received eye surgery and hearing aids after being saved from poverty in Haiti. She was 38 pounds and grossly malnourished. Yet she persevered through it all to graduate 4/4/2020 and although she speaks a combination of English with ASL. She worked hard on her speech in English so all her hearing guests could understand. We are so proud of Marie C Popkin who will soon enter the Helen Keller National Center for the Deaf/Blind in NY to further her training.

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