Being your class Valedictorian is a great honor and achievement. Giving a speech that lives up to your achievement is a challenge. Important things to remember about giving a graduation speech is that it doesn’t have to be long to be memorable, it should honor the school and its officials and it should connect with your fellow students in an inspiring way. Check back once in awhile as I’ll be adding another example of a valedictorian speech as soon as I can! Start of example of a valedictorian speech Principal Stevens, Trustees, Faculty members, family, friends and fellow graduates, oday is a day to be thankful and to be inspired.
First we have much to be thankful for. Here at Peterson School we have received a great education thanks to our fine administration and teachers. We are prepared to move on and to take on whatever challenges come next in our lives. Fellow graduates, I want you to know what a great gift being as prepared as we are is because that cannot be said for all schools. Here we have had a high degree of academic excellence and whether you intend to continue your education or not, you will benefit from what you learned here. We can lso be thankful for our families.
These past four years have presented us with a lot of ups and downs and it is good to know that we had our families in our corner, supporting us along the way. Thanks Mom and Dad. I would not be here today without you. Finally, we can be thankful for each other. The friendships that we have made here will last a lifetime and in the same way we have helped each other to, in some ways survive these 4 years here and in other ways succeed in these years at Peterson, I hope we will continue to be there for each other and to support each other in future endeavors.