Join Date: Nov 2004
Location: Toronto, Canada
- I don't think anyone in the audience is going to expect a flawless broadway performance. they just want to see their kid look happy.
- the funnest part should be going through the same trials with the rest of your graduating class. even if you don't know them, they will for sure know you're all looking ridiculous together. Go into the day with as much sense of humour as possible. Without a sense of humour the ceremony will seem twice as long.
-the entire walking up on the stage and receiving the diploma shouldn't take more than 30 seconds....as long as you're not giving a speech.
-at the graduation, you'll be spending more time sitting down and listening to people speak more than anything else. as ironic as it sounds, going up on the stage to receive the diploma and doing the group performance will actually be the most interesting part of the entire ceremony.
"I might be great tomorrow, but hopeless yesterday"