Writing in a graduation card doesn't take a P.H.D., but it can feel challenging. Usually there is some sort of message already in the card, but figuring out what to add is difficult. Use the following examples to help you come up with something smart.
Graduation is a time of celebration, so messages should be congratulatory and hopeful. It is also appropriate to give a little advice or inspiration if you would like. Make your card stand out by offering some unique words. Giving the graduate something challenging to think about will help him or her refocus energy on the next positive step. Write something funny to give the graduate something to help relieve stress.
Congratulations on your graduation! We know you have worked hard, and we look forward to seeing you reap the benefits.
The cap and gown are just a symbol of the useful education you will wear for the rest of your life.
Graduation is an exciting time to think about possibilities and look for opportunities. We hope you are able to find both. Congratulations!
Congratulations on your graduation! You have earned your title as graduate.
Congratulations graduate! We hope that this is just the beginning of many new titles you will acquire throughout your life.
Education is one of the most understated assets someone can possess. Don’t stop learning now. Keep learning the rest of your life. Then you will graduate life with honors.
Today marks the end of one goal and the beginning of many more.
Congratulations! It’s exciting to know you are graduating and growing as a person. We hope you continue to grow and challenge yourself.
Graduation doesn't mark the end of goals and challenges. The education you have is a tool to meet the real world challenges you will face, which are much greater than any found in a classroom.
Now your real education begins!
I hope you find that a large percentage of what you've learned is useful in your career.
Keep working hard and strive for excellence, and you will surely be successful.
The diploma, like money, is merely paper. Both are valuable for what they represent and allow you to do.
Proud is the emotion I'm feeling as I think about your accomplishments and character. Your graduation is only one of many things that come to mind.
No one can take away what you have accomplished. Education is a life-long goal. You have achieved a milestone in that life-long goal!
"School's out forever!" -Alice Cooper
I'm looking forward to you having more free time to spend with me.
You have chosen and proven yourself worthy to join the well educated. Keep choosing your associations wisely.
I'm happy to hear that your credits finally added up to the correct number.
You've worked hard to get to where you are now. Never forget the time and energy it took to make it. Use this accomplishment as a catalyst for even more amazing accomplishments.
I am finally getting confirmation for what I've thought for many years. You are really smart!
Funny Graduation Card Messages
Being educated means you know what you know and what you don't know. Being willing to admit that you don't know everything is wisdom.
You now hold an extremely valuable piece of paper. Just remember that even money is valuable paper, and it has it's limitations. But money sure does make things easier.
Look out real world! Here comes a graduate who is ready to stir things up a bit!
Now that you have spent all that money on your education, let's see if you are smart enough to figure out how to pay it all back.
You graduated! You are now a member of the real world. Now get a job.
Now that you are finished with the easiest part of your life, I'll need to wish you luck. Congratulations graduate!
Nothing can stop you now! You have a ticket to your dreams come true. Except, I hope your weird and scary dreams don't come true. Congrats!
Graduation is only the beginning of new challenges. Hopefully your education will serve you well.
I lost a bet. You graduated.
You can fix my grammar. 'Ain't that what graduates are for?'
Who would have thought that in just 6 years you'd graduate. That was faster than I expected.