What Is a Baccalaureate Service?


A Baccalaureate service is a traditional celebration which honours a graduating senior class from a college or high school. The celebration involves a series of speeches given to the graduating class, often by key students, faculty, or other important figures.
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A Baccalaureate service is a farewell sermon to a graduating class, usually
Although public schools may not sponsor religious baccalaureate ceremonies, parents, faith groups, and other community organizations are free to sponsor such services for students
I don't mean to rain on your parade, but, is your school a faith-based institution? If not, then any scripture would be inappropriate. Congratulations on graduating. Good luck.
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A baccalaureate service is program or service that is held to pay homage to a graduating class (at the college or even high school level). At times, this is a religious service, especially in the case when it is an institution connected to the Catholic Church. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baccalaureate_service
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