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Greetings!!! Honorable ¬¬¬¬___(Guest speaker)____, Mr/Mrs __(Principal)__, Faculty and Administration, honored guests, friends and classmates, welcome to the 2015 ___Rodriguez National High School Commencement Ceremony__. I am deeply honored for having been given this opportunity of speaking to you today. Being up here in front of the school body makes those nights of endless assignments and sleep deprivation all worth it. I cannot help but remember the first days of our stay here; we were as young and carefree as we can be, curious as how high school life feels like. We made new friends that now became our ‘tropas’ /barkadas whom we share most of the happiest and embarrassing moments we had. Our teachers came to be mentors, friends and second parents to us. (Insert your most memorable experience in your school) I never dreamt of achieving this far. I was then least concerned about academics but enjoyed doing sports and leading the band. I sometimes made absences usually because I got lazy; I have still projects to make, and many more excuses. But one day came the turning point of my high school life, I (what made you the new Jerome ) … I was surprised that I can achieve more than I expect of me and proved that doing your best and leaving to God the rest would mean success. Not just me, but all of us, batch 2015 made our earnest endeavors of completing our secondary education not only to make us qualified to study for college but to prepare us for the simple to the toughest challenges we may come across during college and even in our future chosen careers. Today is the day of achievement, a time of celebration for concluding the 4 long years of intellectual struggles. And yes! Our handworks paid off and we are closer than ever in reaching our dreams. But this success is not ours alone. The persons who helped us and stood by us in our high school journey deserve as much recognition, if not more. Above all, to our Almighty God I give my utmost thanks and praise for giving us his wisdom and strength to keeping us throughout our stay in Rodriguez National High School. I owe my life to my family. Especially to my father, Daniel Decena and my mother, Mary Decena words cannot express my gratitude for the nurturing love, care, patience and guidance you gave to each one of us. Thank you for being with me at my worst and not giving up on me. I want to apologize for being a hard-headed son and now I am growing up to understand more and think more mature. Thank you for everything and I do love you so much. I would also like to thank my siblings, my ate, Krystalene for being one of my inspirations to study hard and do my best. To John and Kaye for being my ‘kalaro at kaaway’. They helped me enjoy even if I have lots of school works to do and cheering me up when times are rough. To my uncles, aunties and cousins for their love and words of wisdom. They helped me in countless ways. Like most families here this morning, my family sacrificed as much as most families have. I know we did our best and some even better than our best but what matters more is that we are all champions. Because of this we all want today is to recognize their undying efforts and hard work to provide us good education have borne fruits. Their motivation gears us to achieve even more. Hence, I congratulate all parents here in our midst. Without you we will not be wearing our togas and receiving our diplomas. In this graduation ceremony, we express our deepest thanks to those who acknowledged our potentials (in academics and extra-curricular activities) and gave us opportunities to hone our talents and skills. To our mentors, thank you for the gift of knowledge you imparted molding us holistically as a person. We owe you our success today for your dedication in teaching and guidance for we are now equipped to take the higher step in our education. And certainly to our Alma Mater. We have been shaped by you and now we stand ready to take on the world with all its challenges. We will carry with us not only the book learning but also the life lessons that you taught us. Last but not the least, I would like to extend earnest gratitude to my friends, classmates and colleagues for showing the other side of high school life. We found lasting friendships and enjoyed get-togethers which spiced up our teenage days. We have been through the good and hardest times but the best is yet to come. Countless opportunities and challenges await us. And what will become of us depends on our choice. Our future lies in our hands. I hope that we will make right choices not afraid of going all out. For if we pour the best of our efforts to something we are determined to achieve or we are passionate to have, we will succeed. I’ll quote words from a movie I like best, “Follow excellence and success will chase you.” Thank you all for coming here today and for listening to me. Rather a final goodbye, I would like to wish the best of luck for us, my fellow graduates. Once again, thank you all and good morning.

Tagalog salutatory address in highschool

Last Update: 2015-03-17
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