What You Say In A Note Or Letter To Someone Who’s Graduating
The sample letter below can be printed and sent on its own, or you can fold it within a pre-written card. Either way, I recommend that you print your letter on expensive paper.
(The best way to do this is to purchase a package of parchment paper or watermarked bond paper, and keep it for printing your special letters and notes.)
Here’s an example of a note or letter to someone who’s graduating:
I was delighted to learn that you are graduating from (name of school) in June (or soon).
My heartiest congratulations!
Graduation is an exciting time because it represents a very real achievement.
It’s also a time when you can begin to contemplate the opportunities that lie before you. Doing what was necessary to reach this goal has prepared you to reach the next one.
I am confident that you will do this successfully. And I do want to stay in touch.
With fond regards,
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