Graduation Guide for High School Seniors
Plan and prepare for all of the exciting upcoming events surrounding your high school graduation.
From parties and presents to commencement ceremonies and college prep, Fastweb covers everything you need to plan an unforgettable high school graduation and beyond. Check out the following topics, which encompass important senior year moments, like prom and graduation, to help you plan and prep for everything to come. Plus, we’ve included some college prep articles to help you prepare for your upcoming transition.
Seniors will remember the important events of senior year of high school, like prom, commencement and their graduation party, for years to come. Read these to ensure yours is as unforgettable as it should be. • Your Ultimate Prom Prep List • Planning Your High School Graduation Party • Graduation Party Planning Ideas • Save Money on Graduation Expenses
Whether you’re a graduate yourself or are just going to tons of parties during graduation season, we’ve created a couple lists with amazing gift ideas for college students within all price ranges. • Gift Ideas for the Graduate • 21 Cool Items All College Students Can Use
Once you’ve graduated from high school you’re off to an exciting new endeavor: college! Start planning now so that you’re comfortable with your transition. • Second Semester Senior? How to Maximize Your Last Few Months of High School • Countdown to College: A Summer To-Do List • Prepping for College Over the Summer • How to Make Friends before Getting to Campus • Student Advice on Freshman Year • Finishing the College Process • Resources to Help You Find a College Roommate • Making College Housing Decisions • 3 Ways to Transition into College Study Habits Now
Paying for School
If you’re going to school, you’re going to need to pay for it as well (unfortunately). Apply for these scholarships, which graduating high school seniors and entering college freshman are eligible for and take on tips that’ll help you spend your graduation money in the right places. • Get a Part-Time Job • Spending Your Graduation Money Wisely