Honorable, the principle of SDN 1 Bla-bla.
Unforgettable, all teachers and my friends we love.
Standing over here, I would like to give a graduation speech and give my greatest thanks to God the Almighty, who has been giving me and you His Mercies and Blessing.
We stand here today on the Precipice of the future. It's not a distant reality anymore. It begins here. It begins today.
We began Elementary school as children. But we're leaving here as teenagers. We have completed basic education that will serve as the platform we use to launch ourselves into our futures.Some of us will go on the same Junior high School, others will go to the difference one, but each of us will travel our own path.
No matter where we go or what we do, there are challenges ahead of us. What I'm asking from each of you, and from myself, is to meet those challenges straight on with your head held high and your heart wide open. It's not enough to simply try to get by in life. That doesn't move the world forward. You must try to excel in everything you do; strive for excellence in every task, large or small.
Much like these meetings, what we've accomplished over our brief years at SDN 1 Bla-bla cannot all be measured by a grade point average, it cannot be entirely conveyed with a transcript, and it cannot be summarized in a diploma - career passport or not. For in addition to our quality education from the classroom, we've received an education in life from each other. Solid, irreplaceable friendships with our peers and, yes, even with our teachers and coaches have been forged through hard work, devotion, good times and bad, and most importantly, pride for a school that we should all be grateful to call our Alma mater.
To our principal, vice principal and all the office staff, thank you for keeping things running smoothly so our teachers could concentrate on us. We're better off for it.
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