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Shann02
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That special time of year is vastly approaching! Soon the graduating class of 2002 will have their time to shine.

Who's graduation within the next month or so?

I AM!!!! May 28th!!! My last day of school is the 22nd because exempted most of my exams! I am so excited.

I can soon kiss high school GOOD-BYE!!


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Oh, yes, thank God. I'm graduating June 10th.

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DarkChild717
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I *could* graduate this year, but I am short about 1.5 PE credits. I would be graduating a year early, too. Dang those PE credits.
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I am graduating this year too. my last school day (well, exam, regulars day i'm done sooner) is june 21. and the dance (bal?) is june 25.

[This message has been edited by misscat (edited 05-14-2002).]


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Cate
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Congrats to all that are graduating soon!

I don't graduate until, lets see, *counts fingers* 2007. Phew, thats a long time.


(sidenote, I haven't posted at Scarleteen for a longggg time. But those who do remember me, are probably thinking, wasn't she older? Now please don't hate me, becuase I'll cry. I lied about my age before, becuase I was a dork. I'm sorry, very very very sorry. Please forgive me for lying. But as of right now, I am 13, so you all know. I love you all, so don't hate me. Sorry.)

~*Cate*~


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May 31st! Whoo-hoo! Graduation the 7th!

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I am graduating from the nation's leading public university on Friday.

I told my friends i was buying presents for them. My friend Wayne said, "Anything that can be bought for money, I can get. anything I want, I can't buy." He went on to suggest that in lieu of getting him a grad gift (everyone's getting Cal Berkeley shot glasses and a vial of liquor -- we're of legal drinking age), that I just spend the $$$ on my fave charity.

Which leads me to start the Wayne fund at Scarleteen. Anybody who was gonna send me any sort of grad gift, send the dollar amount to ST instead. I will be sending "Wayne's" gift to ST as well.

Anybody else who wants to do likewise is welcome to it.

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I'll be graduating from the University of London with an English Literature degree in July
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BruinDan
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quote:
Originally posted by Cate:
I lied about my age before, becuase I was a dork. I'm sorry, very very very sorry. Please forgive me for lying. But as of right now, I am 13, so you all know.

It's ok...we knew all along.

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I don't graduate until, lets see, *counts fingers* 2007. Phew, thats a long time.

2007?! Good heavens...I'll be pushin' 30!

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I'll be finished all my classes by the end of next month, but I won't graduate until next December. It's some weird quirk in the university that I'm at, which is Concordia, here in Montreal.

Now, Dzuunmod the anglophone (albeit bilingual) has to turn the trick of finding work in this primarily French-speaking city.

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Right here :Waves hands in the air like crazy: I will be graduating on June 30!!!!!!!!! I cant wait.

Also, my Prom is June 25, I sooo excited!

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May 29th is my last day, and my graduation is June 2nd....I'm sooooooo happy, but back to reality come fall, when i start college, more math, more english, more science, and more FINALS and they'll be about 10X harder!! but 0h well, it'll be over sooner or later!!!

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Daydreamer24
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I'm graduating...


...in 2005! Oh well, I'm excited that I get to spend 4 more years with my friends and get to have 4 more years of fun before I have to be serious. Weee!
So happy our last day of school is May 31, though

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Shann02
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Is any one going to colle? No better yet, this will be a great new topic idea! Post-Graduation Plans!!!
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Yay for me! I graduate May 31!! My college plans are way behind. I haven't even applied anywhere yet or for any scholarships or anything. But anyway, I plan on going to a local community college and becoming a nurse.
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I just got my Master's in math! I've decided I don't like math enough to stay in the PhD program here. Instead, I am going to wonderful Santa Cruz, CA to enroll in the computer science PhD program... Aaah, I have visions of life in heaven: loooong beaches, forests, hills, canyons, a non-anal university and a world-famous, super-nice and funny advisor...

Yaaaaaaay!!!!


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College?

I'm already in college, and I haven't even graduated from the High School. When I walk next year, I'll also have my associate of arts, and hopefully have been accepted to Cornish College for the Arts. My next problem is how I will afford it...


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i was graduated last year, now i'n in univ. It's a little harder than high school. But now you are getting a professional. you are doing and studying what you want to be. so good luck on your graduation and study all you can in the university, because there is not enough time like in high school, don't loose your time, it's so valious. and because it's your future.

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Shann02
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YES!!!!!! I have done it!
I received my high shool diploma on tuesday!!! It was the most amazing feeling I have ever experienced! I was so happy and excited! I felt like I was a movie star. People cheering for me and calling my name as I walked across the stage to receive my diploma cover (we get the diploma immediately after the ceremony). It was great!!!

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I *WISH* I were graduating this year. I'm ready to move on. I graduate June 2003.

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