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In addition to the graduation gown, stole and cap there is also the graduation hood.
The graduation hood comes in three sizes to help distinguish the college graduate’s degree, with the smaller hood signifying a bachelor’s degree, the medium-sized hood representing a master’s degree and the large-sized hood representing a doctoral degree.
While some may feel that kindergarten graduations might be making a mountain out of a mole hill, let’s not be too quick to rush to judge.
A cynic may also say that school plays are just as useless since the work will never be seen on Broadway, but the fact is, celebrations like these can help a child become more comfortable in front of crowds and they can help build a child’s confidence.
Because if they did we’ve got a few suggestions to help make it the best graduation party ever.Keep Reading
Like a fingerprint, your grad cap is uniquely you. Some people like to be “traditional” and leave theirs blank, and there’s nothing wrong with that. But, if you want to stand out, we have some tips for you!Keep Reading
It’s time for graduation!
And that means it’s time for the traditional cap and gown. Question is since you can’t JUST wear a cap and gown to graduation (don’t even try that), what’s the appropriate garb to be worn underneath?
Here are some things you need to know about sending out your graduation announcements that will help you save time and give you an A+ in graduation etiquette.Keep Reading
Everything you need to know about college graduation announcement etiquette.Keep Reading
Ring ceremonies can vary from one school to the next but a classic ceremony includes inspirational speeches from staff/teachers and then the distribution of the rings.Keep Reading
Don’t just guess what your ring might look like. Instead, see it for yourself with our new customizable ring catalog. This way, you can browse the catalog and see all the many ring options, but with your choice of metal and stone selected.Keep Reading
Giovanni Montalvo didn’t get his yearbook portrait taken his senior year at Cinco Ranch High School. Or his junior, or sophomore or freshman year. He can’t really remember why. He was still interviewed for his senior yearbook and even made a video, “My Life Through Yearbooks,” (above) which has more …Keep Reading